Healthy, inclusive, and sustainable metropolises: New strategies for transdisciplinary dialogues in Munich, Germany

Vol. 3 No. 2: November 2023 | Pages : 39-56

DOI: 10.47679/jchs.202347   Reader : 50 times PDF Download : 31 times

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Keywords

  • social and health inequalities
  • urban neighborhoods
  • health promotion
  • socio-spatial inequalities
  • Quintuple-Helix-Approach,
  • co-creation

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Alicia Davis

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

Nicolas Kretschmann

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

Nadja Planötscher

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

Christian Janssen

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

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Submitted : 25 October 2023
Revised : 25 October 2023
Published : 20 November 2023

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Davis, A., Kretschmann, N., Planötscher, N., & Janssen, C. (2023). Healthy, inclusive, and sustainable metropolises: New strategies for transdisciplinary dialogues in Munich, Germany. Journal of Current Health Sciences, 3(2), 39–56. https://doi.org/10.47679/jchs.202347

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