Sidewalk City: Re-mapping Public Space in Ho Chi Minh City. University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Learning to be Capitalists: Entrepreneurs in Vietnam’s Transition Economy. Oxford University Press, 2008.
Refereed Journal Articles
“Critical Cartography 2.0: Moving from “Participatory Mapping” to Authored Visualizations of Power and People,” Landscape and Urban Planning, 142(2015): 215-225.
with Katherine Foo, Emily Gallagher, and Ian Bishop, “Critical Approaches to Landscape Visualization” Landscape and Urban Planning, 142(2015): 80-84.
“Introducing the Mixed-use Sidewalk: Vending and Property Rights in Public Space,” Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(3):1-14, 2012.
“Seeds of Reform: Lessons from Vietnam about Informality and Institutional Change,” International Economic Journal, 26(3):375-390, 2012.
“Unimaginable Change: future directions for institutional reform in planning practice and research” Journal of the American Planning Association, 77(4):328-337, 2011.
“Real Rights to the City: Cases of property rights changes towards equity in eastern Asia,” Urban Studies, 48(3):459-69, 2011.
“Talking Back: the role of narratives in Vietnam’s recent land compensation changes,” Urban Studies, 48(3):493-508, 2011.
“Takings in the Twenty-first Century: comparisons of urban land development controversies in the US, China, and Vietnam,” Cityscape, 11(1):19-32, 2009.
Translated into Vietnamese, Dũng đô thị, (Vietnamese Journal of Urbanism), July 2012.
“North versus South: the impact of social norms in the market pricing of private property rights in Vietnam,” World Development, 35(12):2079-95, 2007.
“A Market Without the ‘Right’ Property Rights: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s newly emerged private real estate market,” Economics of Transition, 12(2):275-305, 2004.
(with Peng Gong and Desheng Liu), “Change Detection from SPOT-Panchromatic Imagery at the Urban-Rural Fringe of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam,” Geographic Information Sciences, 10(1):42-8, 2004.
Chapters in Books
“Smarter than Smart Cities: GIS and spatial analysis for socio-economic applications that recover humanistic media and visualization,” in Kai Cao and Elisabete A. Silva eds., Comprehensive Geographic Information Systems, Volume 3, Waltham, MA: Elsevier, 2017, pp. 360-370.
“A History of Messiness: Order and Resilience on the Sidewalks of Ho Chi Minh City,” in Jeff Hou and Manish Chalana, eds. Messy Urbanism: Understanding the “Other” Cities of Asia. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2016, pp. 22-39.
“Unimaginable Change: future directions for institutional reform in planning practice and research,” in Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning. Oxford University Press, 2012, reprinted from above.
“Redefining Property Rights for International Development: the case of Vietnam,” in Property Rights and Land Policies. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, pp.175-8, 2009.
“The Role of Property Rights’ Reforms in Warsaw’s Housing Market,” The Urban Mosaic of Post-socialist Europe, edited by S. Tsenkova and Z. Nedovic-Budic. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 213-30, 2006.
(with Dowall, David E. and Samuel Sherer), “Land Management Reforms in Transition Economies: Lessons for Korean Unification,” in Jeong-Sik Lee, et al (eds.), Land Reform Process in the Post-Communist Countries. Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 1996.
Acolin, A., & Kim, A. M. (2017). Seeing Informal Settlements: the policy implications of different techniques to identify urban growth patterns from satellite imagery using the case of informal construction in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.Los Angeles: SLAB Working Paper Series 2017:1.
Harten, J., Kim, A., & Brazier, C. (2018). Hidden Informality in Urban China: A Mixed Method Approach to Shanghai’s Market for Overcrowded Housing(No. SLAB Working Paper 2018:2). Los Angeles: SLAB, Spatial Analysis Lab@USC.
Lu, B., & Kim, A. (2018). Excavating the Subterranean City: the living conditions, livelihood strategies, and governance of Beijing’s underground housing population(SLAB Working Paper, 2018:3). Los Angeles: SLAB: the Spatial Analysis Lab@USC.
with Francois Bar and Hernan Galperin, “Mapping digital exclusion in Los Angeles County,” Connected Cities and Inclusive Growth Policy Brief 1, July 2017, http://arnicusc.org/publications/mapping-digital-exclusion-in-los-angeles-county/
with Francois Bar and Hernan Galperin, “Home Broadband in Los Angeles County,” Connected Cities and Inclusive Growth Policy Brief 1, December 2016, http://arnicusc.org/publications/c2ig-policy-brief-1/
Kim, A. M., & Kang, K. H. A. (submitted 2018). Making Our Mark on the City: Names, Signs, and Community Cognitive Maps to Plan an Ethnically Inclusive Los Angeles. Submitted to the Journal of the American Planning Association.
Kim, A. M., & Crisman, J. (forthcoming 2018.). Property Outlaws in the Southland: The Potentials and Limits of Guerrilla Urbanism in the Cases of Arts Gentrification in Boyle Heights and Street Vending Decriminalization in Los Angeles. Urban Design International.
Kim, A. M. (forthcoming 2019). The New Geographies and Spatialities of Informality. In T. Banerjee & A. Loukaitou-Sideris (Eds.), Urban Design Companion: a Sequel. New York: Routledge.