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Helena Leino

Tenure track -professori, Ympäristöpolitiikka
Tampereen yliopisto
Sähköpostiosoitehelena.leino [at] tuni.fi

Osaamisalueiden kuvaus

Sustainable urbanisation, land use planning, citizen participation, knowledge brokering, knowledge co-creation in urban development, action research, practice based policy analysis


Politics of Nature and the Environment (PONTE) https://research.tuni.fi/ponte/

Merkittävimmät julkaisut

Leino H. & Åkerman M.(2021) The Politics of Making Finland an Experimental State. Critical Policy Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/19460171.2021.1985549

Leino, H. & Puumala E. (2021) What can co-creation do for the citizens? Applying co-creation for promotion of participation in cities. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399654420957337

Raento, P., Leino, H. & Laine M. (2020) A Great [Nordic] City is Full of Stories! Persuasive techniques in urban development videos. European Planning Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2020.1856347

Laine, M, Leino H, Santaoja M (2018) Building Citizens’ Trust in Urban Infill: a Dynamic Approach. Journal of Planning Education and Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X18817089

Jokinen, Ari, Leino Helena, Bäcklund Pia, Laine Markus (2018) Strategic planning harnessing urban policy mobilities: The gradual development of local sustainability fix. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning https://doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2018.1454828

Leino Helena, Santaoja Minna, Laine Markus. (2018). Researchers as knowledge brokers: translating knowledge or co-producing legitimacy? An urban infill case from Finland. International Planning Studies, 23:2, 119-129.

Bäcklund Pia, Häikiö Liisa, Leino Helena, Kanninen Vesa. (2018). Bypassing publicity and transparency for getting things done: between informal and formal planning practices in Finland. Planning Practice & Research 33(3), 309-325

Wallin Antti, Leino Helena, Jokinen Ari, Laine Markus, Tuomisaari Johanna, Bäcklund Pia (2018) A Polyphonic Story of Urban Densification. Urban Planning 3(3), 40-51.

Leino, Helena & Ilari Karppi & Ari Jokinen (2017) It’s all about the birds! The irreversible transformation of place, Planning Theory 16:2, 133-149

Häikiö, Liisa & Helena Leino (2014) Tulkinnan mahti – Johdatus tulkitsevaan politiikka-analyysiin. Tampere University Press, Tampere. [Introduction to the interpretive policy analysis.]

Leino, Helena (2013) The Locality of Boundary Practices. In: Mäntysalo, Raine, Balducci, Alessandro (eds.) Urban Planning as a Trading Zone. Urban and Landscape Perspectives, vol 13. Drodrecht: Springer, 111-124. 

Leino, Helena (2012) Boundary Interaction in Emerging Scenes: Two Participatory Planning Cases from Finland. Planning Theory and Practice 13 (3), 383–396. 

Leino Helena & Markus Laine (2012) Do matters of concern matter? Bringing issues back to participation. Planning Theory 11 (1), 89–103. 

Leino Helena & Juha Peltomaa (2012) Situated knowledge – situated legitimacy: consequences of citizen participation in local environmental governance. Policy and Society 31 (2), 159–168.