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Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society

2007 - 2018

Current editor(s): Susan Christopherson, Betsy Donald, Harry Garretsen, Meric Gertler, Amy Glasmeier, Mia Gray, Michael Kitson, Linda Lobao, Ron Martin, Linda McDowell, Jonathan Michie and Peter Tyler

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Volume 11, issue 2, 2018

Regional industrial transformations in the interconnected global economy pp. 227-240 Downloads
Päivi Oinas, Michaela Trippl and Maria Höyssä
From success to failure, the disappearance of clusters: a study of a Norwegian boat-building cluster pp. 241-255 Downloads
Arne Isaksen
Unrelated knowledge combinations: the unexplored potential for regional industrial path development pp. 257-274 Downloads
Markus Grillitsch, Bjørn Asheim and Michaela Trippl
Biotech by bricolage? Agency, institutional relatedness and new path development in peripheral regions pp. 275-295 Downloads
Luis Carvalho and Mário Vale
Modularisation and spatial dynamics in the wind turbine industry: the example of firm relocations to Hamburg pp. 297-315 Downloads
Max-Peter Menzel and J Markus Adrian
The evolution of entrepreneurial ecosystems and the critical role of migrants. A Phase-Model based on a Study of IT startups in the Greater Tel Aviv Area pp. 317-333 Downloads
Susann Schäfer and Sebastian Henn
Policy and collective action in place pp. 335-351 Downloads
Maryann Feldman and Nichola Lowe
Beyond clusters? Field configuration and regional platforming: the Aviation Valley initiative in the Polish Podkarpackie region pp. 353-372 Downloads
Lech Suwala and Grzegorz Micek
The export of Germany’s “secret of success” dual technical VET: MNCs and multiscalar stakeholders changing the skill formation system in Mexico pp. 373-386 Downloads
Judith Wiemann and Martina Fuchs

Volume 11, issue 1, 2018

Globalisation at a critical conjuncture? pp. 3-16 Downloads
Ron Martin, Peter Tyler, Michael Storper, Emil Evenhuis and Amy Glasmeier
Globalisation, uneven development and the North–South ‘big switch’ pp. 17-33 Downloads
Rory Horner, Seth Schindler, Daniel Haberly and Yuko Aoyama
Globalisation redux: can China’s inside-out strategy catalyse economic development and integration across its Asian borderlands and beyond? pp. 35-58 Downloads
Xiangming Chen
On the brink of deglobalisation…again pp. 59-72 Downloads
Peter Bergeijk
The victims of neoliberal globalisation and the rise of the populist vote: a comparative analysis of three recent electoral decisions pp. 73-94 Downloads
Jürgen Essletzbichler, Franziska Disslbacher and Mathias Moser
In what sense left behind by globalisation? Looking for a less reductionist geography of the populist surge in Europe pp. 95-113 Downloads
Ian R Gordon
Electoral Systems, Regional Resentment and the Surprising Success of Anglo-American Populism pp. 115-141 Downloads
Jason S Spicer
Immobility and the Brexit vote pp. 143-163 Downloads
Neil Lee, Katy Morris and Thomas Kemeny
Brexit and the relevance of regional personality traits: more psychological Openness could have swung the regional vote pp. 165-175 Downloads
Harry Garretsen, Janka I Stoker, Dimitrios Soudis, Ron L Martin and Peter Jason Rentfrow
Commentary Unpacking the possibilities of deglobalisation pp. 177-187 Downloads
Finbarr Livesey
CommentaryThe revenge of the places that don’t matter (and what to do about it) pp. 189-209 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose
In Memoriam: Susan Christopherson (1947–2016) pp. 211-219 Downloads
Meric S Gertler, Morgan Thomas and Amy Glasmeier

Volume 10, issue 3, 2017

Cities in transition: problems, processes and policies pp. 383-390 Downloads
Peter Sunley, Ron Martin and Peter Tyler
Revisiting ‘the city as a growth machine’ pp. 391-405 Downloads
Kevin R Cox
The grounded city: from competitivity to the foundational economy pp. 407-423 Downloads
Ewald Engelen, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Angelo Salento and Karel Williams
Growing apart? Structural transformation and the uneven development of British cities pp. 425-454 Downloads
Peter Tyler, Emil Evenhuis, Ron Martin, Peter Sunley and Ben Gardiner
Urban assets and the financialisation fix: land tenure, renewal and path dependency in the city of Birmingham pp. 455-469 Downloads
John R Bryson, Rachel Ann Mulhall, Meng Song and Richard Kenny
Agency and forms of path development along transformation processes in German cities pp. 471-490 Downloads
Rüdiger Wink, Laura Kirchner, Florian Koch and Daniel Speda
Adaptive capability and path creation in the post-industrial city: the case of Nottingham’s biotechnology sector pp. 491-508 Downloads
David J Smith, Will Rossiter and Daniel McDonald-Junor
Institutional change in cities and regions: a path dependency approach pp. 509-526 Downloads
Emil Evenhuis
Exploring adaptation and adaptability in uneven economic resilience: a tale of two Chinese mining regions pp. 527-541 Downloads
Xiaohui Hu and Robert Hassink
Urban futures, population ageing and demographic decline pp. 543-557 Downloads
Philip McCann
Practice running ahead of theory? Political economy and the economic lessons of UK devolution pp. 559-573 Downloads
Graham Brownlow

Volume 10, issue 2, 2017

Sharing economies: moving beyond binaries in a digital age pp. 209-230 Downloads
Anna R. Davies, Betsy Donald, Mia Gray and Janelle Knox-Hayes
The sharing economy as the commons of the 21st century pp. 231-247 Downloads
Karin Bradley and Daniel Pargman
Sharing without caring pp. 249-261 Downloads
Russell Belk
Does the sharing economy increase inequality within the eighty percent?: findings from a qualitative study of platform providers pp. 263-279 Downloads
Juliet B. Schor
Sharing economy workers: selling, not sharing pp. 281-295 Downloads
Alexandrea J. Ravenelle
Sharing as a postwork style: digital work and the co-working office pp. 297-310 Downloads
Lizzie Richardson
Sharing: post-scarcity beyond capitalism? pp. 311-325 Downloads
Matthew David
‘People as businesses’: Airbnb and urban micro-entrepreneurialism in New York City pp. 327-347 Downloads
Filip Stabrowski
The sharing economy as community marketplace? Trust, reciprocity and belonging in peer-to-peer accommodation platforms pp. 349-363 Downloads
Filippo Celata, Cary Yungmee Hendrickson and Venere Stefania Sanna
Looking at the ‘sharing’ economies concept through the prism of informality pp. 365-378 Downloads
Borbála Kovács, Jeremy Morris, Abel Polese and Drini Imami

Volume 10, issue 1, 2017

Revisiting development theory: Alice H. Amsden’s impact on the field pp. 3-14 Downloads
Judith Clifton, Amy Glasmeier and Alpen Sheth
Inductive method and development perspective: Alice Amsden on Taiwan and beyond pp. 15-34 Downloads
Wan-wen Chu
Late industrialisation, urbanisation and the middle-income trap: an analytical approach and the case of Vietnam pp. 35-57 Downloads
Charles Gore
Industrial catch-up in China: a sectoral systems of innovation perspective pp. 59-76 Downloads
Keun Lee, Xudong Gao and Xibao Li
Alice H. Amsden’s contributions to Development Economics pp. 77-81 Downloads
Justin Yifu Lin
State-led development reconsidered: the political economy of state transformation in East Asia since the 1990s pp. 83-98 Downloads
Henry Wai-chung Yeung
How economies grow: Alice Amsden and the real-world economics of late industrialisation pp. 99-110 Downloads
Stephanie Seguino
Unfinished legacy: understanding reciprocity, business groups and MNCs in Latin America pp. 111-125 Downloads
Ben Ross Schneider
From experience to experiment: sources of ownership in processes of knowledge formation pp. 127-149 Downloads
Seth Pipkin
Reinventing industrial policy at the frontier: catalysing learning and innovation in Brazil pp. 151-171 Downloads
Paola Perez-Aleman and Flavia Chaves Alves
Bringing production and employment back into development: Alice Amsden’s legacy for a new developmentalist agenda pp. 173-187 Downloads
Antonio Andreoni and Ha-Joon Chang
The structure of state borrowing: towards a political theory of control mechanisms pp. 189-204 Downloads
Anush Kapadia
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