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Volume 14, issue 2, 2021

Regional foundations of energy transitions pp. 219-233 Downloads
Lars Coenen, Teis Hansen, Amy Glasmeier and Robert Hassink
Variegated capitalism, territoriality and the renewable energy transition: the case of the offshore wind industry in the Northeastern USA pp. 235-252 Downloads
William Westgard-Cruice and Yuko Aoyama
Greening the cloud: oligopoly-driven institutional transformations of the US electricity grid for commercial and industrial power purchases pp. 253-282 Downloads
Jerry Patchell and Roger Hayter
Understanding the uneven geography of urban energy transitions: insights from Edmonton, Canada pp. 283-299 Downloads
Neelakshi Joshi and Sandeep Agrawal
Territorial and institutional obduracy in regional transition: politicising the case of Flanders’ energy distribution system pp. 301-320 Downloads
Griet Juwet and Laura Deruytter
Frugal innovation in energy transitions: insights from solar energy cases in Brazil pp. 321-340 Downloads
Hans-Christian Busch
Aligning industry interests with urban priorities to foster energy transitions: insights from two Chinese cities pp. 341-359 Downloads
Ping Huang and Zhen Yu
Energy political ecologies in the South Pacific: the politics of energy transitions in Vanuatu pp. 361-378 Downloads
Paul G Munro

Volume 14, issue 1, 2021

Rethinking the political economy of place: challenges of productivity and inclusion pp. 3-24 Downloads
Emil Evenhuis, Neil Lee, Ron Martin and Peter Tyler
Regional income disparities, monopoly and finance pp. 25-49 Downloads
Maryann Feldman, Frederick Guy and Simona Iammarino
Productivity divergence: state policy, corporate capture and labour power in the USA pp. 51-68 Downloads
Mildred E Warner and Yuanshuo Xu
Labour market polarisation as a localised process: evidence from Sweden pp. 69-91 Downloads
Martin Henning and Rikard H Eriksson
The political economy of places from a Sustainable Human Development perspective: the case of Emilia-Romagna pp. 93-116 Downloads
Patrizio Bianchi, Mario Biggeri and Andrea Ferrannini
Diversity in leading and laggard regions: living standards, residual income and regional policy pp. 117-139 Downloads
Luca Calafati, Julie Froud, Colin Haslam, Sukhdev Johal and Karel Williams
Understanding inclusive growth at local level: changing patterns and types of neighbourhood disadvantage in three English city-regions pp. 141-156 Downloads
Ceri Hughes and Ruth Lupton
Uneven geographies of economic recovery and the stickiness of individual displacement pp. 157-178 Downloads
Vassilis Monastiriotis, Ian R Gordon and Ioannis Laliotis
Scalar postpolitics, inclusive growth and inclusive economies: challenging the Greater Manchester agglomeration model pp. 179-195 Downloads
Iain Deas, Graham Haughton and Kevin Ward
The political economy of and practical policies for inclusive growth—a case study of Scotland pp. 197-215 Downloads
Donald Houston, Georgiana Varna and Iain Docherty

Volume 13, issue 3

Theorising in urban and regional studies: negotiating generalisation and particularity pp. 425-442 Downloads
Kevin R Cox and Emil Evenhuis
The strange case of urban theory pp. 443-459 Downloads
Clive Barnett
From a comparative gesture to structured comparison: an analysis of air pollution control in Beijing and Delhi pp. 461-473 Downloads
Xuefei Ren
Context sensitivity and economic-geographic (re)theorising pp. 475-490 Downloads
Huiwen Gong and Robert Hassink
Towards an epistemology for conjunctural inter-urban comparison pp. 491-508 Downloads
Helga Leitner and Eric Sheppard
The ordinariness of struggle and exclusion: a view from across the north–south urban ‘divide’ pp. 509-526 Downloads
Nancy Ettlinger and Debangana Bose
Jiehebu or suburb? Towards a translational turn in urban studies pp. 527-542 Downloads
Yimin Zhao
Space, particularity and the socialisation of production pp. 543-558 Downloads
Ibrahim Gundogdu
Urbanising climate justice: constructing scales and politicising difference pp. 559-574 Downloads
Kian Goh
Stuck inside the urban with the dialectical blues again: abstraction and generality in urban theory pp. 575-592 Downloads
Jean-Paul D Addie
Do individual cities matter? Negotiating the particular pp. 593-603 Downloads
Robert A Beauregard

Volume 13, issue 1, 2020

When machines think for us: the consequences for work and place pp. 3-23 Downloads
Judith Clifton, Amy Glasmeier and Mia Gray
The wrong kind of AI? Artificial intelligence and the future of labour demand pp. 25-35 Downloads
Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo
Artificial intelligence, tech corporate governance and the public interest regulatory response pp. 37-54 Downloads
Alan Dignam
The platform economy: restructuring the space of capitalist accumulation pp. 55-76 Downloads
Martin Kenney and John Zysman
Robots, skill demand and manufacturing in US regional labour markets pp. 77-97 Downloads
Nancey Green Leigh, Benjamin Kraft and Heonyeong Lee
Redeployment or robocalypse? Workers and automation in Ohio manufacturing SMEs pp. 99-115 Downloads
Anna Waldman-Brown
No automation please, we’re British: technology and the prospects for work pp. 117-134 Downloads
David Spencer and Gary Slater
Artificial intelligence in the legal sector: pressures and challenges of transformation pp. 135-152 Downloads
Chay Brooks, Cristian Gherhes and Tim Vorley
Are machines stealing our jobs? pp. 153-173 Downloads
Andrea Gentili, Fabiano Compagnucci, Mauro Gallegati and Enzo Valentini
OK Computer: the creation and integration of AI in Europe pp. 175-192 Downloads
Bernardo S Buarque, Ronald Davies, Ryan Hynes and Dieter Kogler
Erratum to: Industrial Policy in China: The Planned Growth of Specialised Towns in Guangdong Province pp. 193-193 Downloads
Elisa Barbieri, Marco R Di Tommaso, Chiara Pollio and Lauretta Rubini

Volume 12, issue 3, 2019

Industrial policy back on the agenda: putting industrial policy in its place? pp. 319-326 Downloads
David Bailey, Amy Glasmeier and Philip R Tomlinson
Industrial policy, place and democracy pp. 327-345 Downloads
David Bailey, Dan Coffey, Maria Gavris and Carole Thornley
Entrepreneurial ecosystems and public policy in action: a critique of the latest industrial policy blockbuster pp. 347-368 Downloads
Ross Brown and Suzanne Mawson
Opportunities and risks of localised industrial policy: the case of “maker-entrepreneurial ecosystems” in the USA pp. 369-384 Downloads
Greg Schrock and Laura Wolf-Powers
A developmental network city? Double embeddedness in New York pp. 385-399 Downloads
Michael Indergaard
Industrial Policy in China: The Planned Growth of Specialised Towns in Guangdong Province pp. 401-422 Downloads
Elisa Barbieri, Marco R Di Tommaso, Chiara Pollio and Lauretta Rubini
Do Enterprise Zones have a role to play in delivering a place-based industrial strategy? pp. 423-443 Downloads
Christopher A Hooton and Peter Tyler
Industrial strategy and the UK regions: sectorally narrow and spatially blind pp. 445-466 Downloads
Steve Fothergill, Tony Gore and Peter Wells

Volume 12, issue 1, 2019

The New Silk Roads: an introduction to China’s Belt and Road Initiative pp. 3-16 Downloads
Steven Brakman, Peter Frankopan, Harry Garretsen and Charles Marrewijk
The wider economic benefits of transport corridors: a policy framework and illustrative application to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor pp. 17-44 Downloads
Martin Melecký, Mark Roberts and Siddharth Sharma
The Eurasian Land Bridge: linking regional value chains along the New Silk Road pp. 45-56 Downloads
Richard Pomfret
Iron Silk Roads: the geopolitics of past and present initiatives for the revival of Eurasian trade through overland transport corridors pp. 57-75 Downloads
Irene (E) Anastasiadou
The Belt and Road Initiative’s effect on supply-chain trade: evidence from structural gravity equations pp. 77-104 Downloads
Tristan Kohl
Product relatedness and export specialisation in China’s regions: a perspective of global–local interactions pp. 105-126 Downloads
Xiyan Mao and Canfei He
The New Silk Road: implications for higher education in China and the West? pp. 127-144 Downloads
William Kirby and Marijk Van der Wende
Chinese perspectives on the Belt and Road Initiative pp. 145-167 Downloads
Michael Dunford and Weidong Liu
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