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Volume 16, issue 2, 2023

The power of platforms—precarity and place pp. 245-256 Downloads
Anna Davies, Betsy Donald and Mia Gray
FinTech platform regulation: regulating with/against platforms in the UK and China pp. 257-268 Downloads
Paul Langley and Andrew Leyshon
Platforming populism: the services transition, precarious urbanization, and digital platforms in the rise of illiberal populism in the Philippines pp. 269-288 Downloads
Jerik Cruz and Emille de la Cruz
Towards ‘bogus employment?’ The contradictory outcomes of ride-hailing regulation in Berlin, Lisbon and Paris pp. 289-301 Downloads
Valentin Niebler, Giorgio Pirina, Michelangelo Secchi and Franco Tomassoni
Delivering difference: ‘Unbelonging’ among US platform parcel delivery workers pp. 303-318 Downloads
Hannah Johnston, Yana Mommadova, Steven Vallas and Juliet Schor
Placing the platform economy: the emerging, developing and upgrading of Taobao villages as a platform-based place making phenomenon in China pp. 319-334 Downloads
Han Chu, Robert Hassink, Dixiang Xie and Xiaohui Hu
When local business faded away: the uneven impact of Airbnb on the geography of economic activities pp. 335-348 Downloads
Alberto Hidalgo, Massimo Riccaboni and Francisco J Velazquez
Digitalisation of Indian smart cities: post-Covid-19 approaches to data, recognition and health monitoring pp. 349-359 Downloads
Sneha Krishnan
Surveillance and the power of platforms pp. 361-365 Downloads
David Lyon
Platforms, blockchains and the challenges of decentralization pp. 367-372 Downloads
Matthew Zook

Volume 15, issue 3, 2022

The post-Covid city (Mobility, environment, and inequalities in the post-Covid city) pp. 447-457 Downloads
Michael Batty, Judith Clifton, Peter Tyler and Li Wan
Mobility, environment and inequalities in the post-COVID city (Trade-offs between short-term mortality attributable to NO2 and O3 changes during the COVID-19 lockdown across major Spanish cities) pp. 459-475 Downloads
Daniel Albalate, Germà Bel and Albert Gragera
The impact of COVID-19 on bike-sharing travel pattern and flow structure: evidence from Wuhan (Exploring bike-sharing travel patterns and trip purposes using smart card data and online point of interests) pp. 477-494 Downloads
XQiumeng Li and Weipan Xu
Impacts and implications for the post-COVID city: the case of Toronto (COVID-19: lessons for an Urban(izing) World) pp. 495-513 Downloads
Shauna Brail and Mark Kleinman
Pandemic polycentricity? Mobility and migration patterns across New York over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic (Rural to urban long-distance commuting in Sweden: trends, characteristics and pathways) pp. 515-535 Downloads
Laura Schmahmann, Ate Poorthuis and Karen Chapple
Inside out: human mobility big data show how COVID-19 changed the urban network structure in the Seoul Metropolitan Area (Information technology and urban form) pp. 537-550 Downloads
Young-Long Kim and Bogang Jun
The economic resilience of a city: the effect of relatedness on the survival of amenity shops during the COVID-19 pandemic (A tutorial on multilevel survival analysis: methods, models and applications) pp. 551-573 Downloads
Bogang Jun, C Jara-Figueroa and Donghyeon Yu
Planning for resilient central-city shopping districts in the post-Covid era: an explanatory case study of the Hoddle Grid in Melbourne (Social and ecological resilience: are they related?) pp. 575-596 Downloads
Fujie Rao, Sun Sheng Han and Ran Pan
The future of the corporate office? Emerging trends in the post-Covid city (Planners as market actors: rethinking state-market relations in land and property) pp. 597-614 Downloads
Stefania Fiorentino, Nicola Livingstone, Pat McAllister and Howard Cooke
‘Covid-19 opened the pandora box’ of the creative city: creative and cultural workers against precarity in Milan (A heterodox re-reading of creative work: the diverse economies of Danish visual artists) pp. 615-634 Downloads
Jessica Tanghetti, Roberta Comunian and Tamsyn Dent
Cities, innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems: assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic (The rise of urban tech: how innovations for cities come from cities) pp. 635-661 Downloads
Robert Huggins and Piers Thompson
Urban-regional disparities in mental health signals in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic: a study via Twitter data and machine learning models (An integrated blueprint for digital mental health services amidst COVID-19) pp. 663-682 Downloads
Siqin Wang, 6Mengxi Zhang, Xiao Huang, Tao Hu, Zhenlong Li and Qian Chayn Sun
Estimating the social and spatial impacts of Covid mitigation strategies in United Kingdom regions: synthetic data and dashboards (Developing a sustainable exit strategy for COVID-19: health, economic and public policy implications) pp. 683-702 Downloads
Rosalind Wallace, Rachel Franklin, Susan Grant-Muller, Alison Heppenstall and Victoria Houlden
Covid-19 and heterogeneous restrictions: possible consequences for EU cities (Analysis of mobility trends during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic: exploring the impacts of global aviation and travel in selected cities) pp. 703-723 Downloads
Matteo Migheli
A tale of two recoveries: uncovering the imbalance between state-driven production and private consumption in post-pandemic Wuhan, China (Evaluation of local leaders in China) pp. 725-746 Downloads
Ziming Li, Xiangming Chen and Lei Wang
Reflections on the post-Covid city (Does working from home work? Evidence from a Chinese Experiment) pp. 747-755 Downloads
Edward L Glaeser
COVID-19 vaccines: a geographic, social and policy view of vaccination efforts in Ontario, Canada (Racial equity in the fight against COVID-19: a qualitative study examining the importance of collecting race-based data in the Canadian context) pp. 757-770 Downloads
Isaac I Bogoch and Sheliza Halani

Volume 15, issue 2, 2022

Globalisation in reverse? Reconfiguring the geographies of value chains and production networks (Does Covid-19 Spark the End of Globalisation?) pp. 165-181 Downloads
Huiwen Gong, Robert Hassink, Christopher Foster, Martin Hess and Harry Garretsen
Offshore, re-shore, re-offshore: what happened to global manufacturing location between 2007 and 2014? (The gravity model) pp. 183-206 Downloads
Xiang Gao, Geoffrey Hewings and Cuihong Yang
The network effect of deglobalisation on European regions (De-globalisation? Global value chain in the post-COVID-19 age) pp. 207-235 Downloads
Raffaele Giammetti, Luca Papi, Désirée Teobaldelli and Davide Ticchi
Reshoring by small firms: dual sourcing strategies and local subcontracting in value chains (The importance of being a capable supplier: Italian industrial firms in global value chains) pp. 237-259 Downloads
Jacopo Canello, Giulio Buciuni and Gary Gereffi
From globalising to regionalising to reshoring value chains? The case of Japan’s semiconductor industry (Reorienting the drivers of development: alternative paradigms) pp. 261-277 Downloads
Natsuki Kamakura
Strategic coupling and institutional innovation in times of upheavals: the industrial chain chief model in Zhejiang, China (Institutional change in economic geography) pp. 279-303 Downloads
Huiwen Gong, Robert Hassink and Cassandra C Wang
Navigating through the storm: conservancies as local institutions for regional resilience in Zambezi, Namibia (From domestic to regional to global: Factory Africa and factory Latin America?: Chapter 3) pp. 305-322 Downloads
Carolin Hulke, Linus Kalvelage, Jim Kairu, Javier Revilla Diez and Lucas Rutina
Localization of global networks: new mandates for MNEs in Toronto’s innovation economy (Why software is eating the world) pp. 323-342 Downloads
David A Wolfe, Richard J DiFrancesco and Steven C Denney
Regionalisation or domesticalisation? Configurations of China’s emerging domestic market-driven industrial robot production networks (Shifting regional dynamics of global value chains: implications for economic and social upgrading in African horticulture) pp. 343-365 Downloads
Tianlan Fu and Yeqing Cheng
Regional assets and network switching: shifting geographies of ownership, control and capital in UK offshore oil (Temporality and the evolution of GPNs: remaking BHP’s Pilbara iron ore network) pp. 367-388 Downloads
Gavin Bridge and Alexander Dodge
The global division of labour as enduring archipelago: thinking through the spatiality of ‘globalisation in reverse’ (Uneven and combined state capitalism) pp. 389-406 Downloads
Michiel van Meeteren and Jana Kleibert
Tasks, occupations and slowbalisation: on the limits of fragmentation (Global value chains) pp. 407-436 Downloads
Steven Brakman and Charles Marrewijk
Regional value chains in the Global South: governance implications for producers and workers? (Trans-scalar embeddedness and governance deficits in global production networks: crisis in South African fruit) pp. 437-443 Downloads
Stephanie Barrientos

Volume 15, issue 1, 2022

Rethinking spatial policy in an era of multiple crises (An institutional perspective on regional economic development) pp. 3-21 Downloads
Ron Martin, Flavia Martinelli and Judith Clifton
Uneven development: convergence, divergence and politics (Competitive austerity’ and the impasse of capitalist employment policy) pp. 23-38 Downloads
Kevin R Cox
Reframing urban and regional ‘development’ for ‘left behind’ places (The shadow of the Pithead: understanding social and political attitudes in former coal mining communities in the UK) pp. 39-56 Downloads
Danny MacKinnon, Louise Kempton, Peter O’Brien, Emma Ormerod, Andy Pike and John Tomaney
Reframing spatial policy through targeting diagnostic tools: potential and deprivation (An agenda for a reformed cohesion policy: a place-based approach to meeting European Union challenges and expectations) pp. 57-74 Downloads
Christopher A Hooton
Financialisation, regional economic development and the coronavirus crisis: a time for spatial monetary policy? (The financialization of home and the mortgage market crisis) pp. 75-92 Downloads
Martin Sokol and Leonardo Pataccini
Can social housing help to integrate divided cities? (Segregation and the urban rich; enclaves, networks and mobilities) pp. 93-116 Downloads
Ivan Turok, Andreas Scheba and Justin Visagie
Reacting to the 2008 crisis: Competitiveness performances of Southern Italy and CEE regions (European cohesion policy in Italy: empirical evidence and interpretations) pp. 117-139 Downloads
Paola De Vivo and Caterina Rinaldi
Creative strategies for spatial policy making in Brazilian ‘new left regionalism’: fighting inequalities and COVID-19 in the north-east region (A experiência de cooperação interestadual no Brasil: formas de atuação e seus desafios) pp. 141-159 Downloads
Hipólita Siqueira and Carlos Brandão
Corrigendum to: Geographies of Discontent: Sources, Manifestations and Consequences pp. 161-161 Downloads
A De Ruyter, R Martin and P Tyler

Volume 14, issue 3, 2021

Geographies of discontent: sources, manifestations and consequences pp. 381-393 Downloads
A De Ruyter, R Martin and P Tyler
Of losers and laggards: the interplay of material conditions and individual perceptions in the shaping of EU discontent pp. 395-415 Downloads
Jorge Diaz-Lanchas, Aleksandra Sojka and Filippo Di Pietro
Discontent with democracy in Latin America pp. 417-438 Downloads
Joselin Segovia, Nicola Pontarollo and Mercy Orellana
Politics of discontent in Spain: the case of Vox and the Catalonian independence movement pp. 439-456 Downloads
Arantza Gomez Arana
Golfing with Trump. Social capital, decline, inequality, and the rise of populism in the US pp. 457-481 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, Neil Lee and Cornelius Lipp
Where do angry birds tweet? Income inequality and online hate in Italy pp. 483-506 Downloads
Daria Denti and Alessandra Faggian
Beyond remain vs. leave: understand changing voter perceptions and attitudes towards Populism—evidence from Scotland and the West Midlands pp. 507-527 Downloads
Alex de Ruyter, David Hearne, Syed Mansoob Murshed, Geoff Whittam and Dennis Aguma
Places that matter: Australia’s crisis intervention framework and voter response pp. 529-544 Downloads
Sally Weller
The UK ‘geography of discontent’: narratives, Brexit and inter-regional ‘levelling up’ pp. 545-564 Downloads
Philip McCann and Raquel Ortega-Argiles
The urban-rural polarisation of political disenchantment: an investigation of social and political attitudes in 30 European countries pp. 565-582 Downloads
Michael Kenny and Davide Luca
Regional hierarchies of discontent: an accessibility approach pp. 583-599 Downloads
Johan Larsson, Özge Öner and Franziska Sielker
The Stockholm Syndrome: the view of the capital by the “Places Left Behind” pp. 601-617 Downloads
Jonna Rickardsson, Charlotta Mellander and Lina Bjerke
Discontent and its geographies pp. 619-624 Downloads
Richard Florida
Regional policy narratives and the ‘geographies of discontent’ pp. 625-629 Downloads
Joaquim Oliveira Martins
Recognising the geography of discontent in the USA: “Building Back Better” by countering regional divergence pp. 631-639 Downloads
Mark Muro

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, Ronald 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 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
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