City Futures Research Centre Arts, Design and Architecture

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Claire Daniel

Area of study: Doctor of Philosophy 

Research topic:
 Current and future use of digital technology by the urban planning profession


Supervisors: Professor Chris Pettit, Professor Lyria Bennet Moses, Professor Elizabeth Wentz (ASU)

Twitter: @ClaireCities 



Daniel, C., Pettit, C., 2022. Charting the past and possible futures of planning support systems: Results of a citation network analysis. Environ. Plan. B Urban Anal. City Sci. 239980832110728.

Daniel, C., Pettit, C., 2021. Digital disruption and planning – use of data and digital technology by professional planners, and perceptions of change to planning work. Aust. Plan. 1–15.

Daniel, C., 2020. Automated monitoring of planning policy: an overview of the journey from theory to practice, in: Handbook of Planning Support Science. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 161–177.

Daniel, C., 2017. Towards the Development of a Monitoring System for Planning Policy, in: Geertman, S., Allan, A., Pettit, C., Stillwell, J. (Eds.), Planning Support Science for Smarter Urban Futures, Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 23–45.

Daniel, C., Morrison, T.H., Phinn, S., 2016. The governance of private residential land in cities and spatial effects on tree cover. Environ. Sci. Policy 62, 79–89.