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Volume 54, issue 8, 2022

Infrastructure-as-a-service: Empty skies, bad roads, and the rise of cargo drones pp. 1489-1509 Downloads
Rene Umlauf and Marian Burchardt
Capital flows and geographically uneven economic dynamics: A monetary perspective pp. 1510-1531 Downloads
Karsten Kohler
Financial discipline through inter-sectoral mergers and acquisitions: Exploring the convergence of Global Production Networks and the Global Financial Network pp. 1532-1550 Downloads
Liam Keenan, Timothy Monteath and Dariusz Wójcik
Immaterial animals and financialized forests: Asset manager capitalism, ESG integration and the politics of livestock pp. 1551-1568 Downloads
Jeremy Brice, George Cusworth, Jamie Lorimer and Tara Garnett
The blockchain challenge for Sweden's housing and mortgage markets pp. 1569-1585 Downloads
Anetta Proskurovska and Sabine Dörry
Unbuilding the city: Deconstruction and the circular economy in Vancouver pp. 1586-1603 Downloads
Nicholas Lynch
The economic returns of decentralisation: Government quality and the role of space pp. 1604-1622 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Vinko Muštra
Priced out? Household migration out of “superstar†US city-regions pp. 1623-1640 Downloads
Maximilian Buchholz
Whither hydrocarbons? The rescaling of global oil and gas markets amidst COVID-19 and a contested transition pp. 1641-1668 Downloads
Gabe Eckhouse, Anna Zalik, Gabe Eckhouse, Michael Watts2, Angus Lyall, Gaby Valdivia, Anna Zalik and Matt Huber

Volume 54, issue 7, 2022

Follow the money pp. 1299-1322 Downloads
Sarah Hughes-McLure
Global locational inequality: Assessing unequal exchange effects pp. 1323-1340 Downloads
Andrea Ricci
Firm decline and the mobility of US inventors, 1976–2015 pp. 1341-1367 Downloads
Melissa Haller
From policy to institution: Implementing land reform in Dar es Salaam’s unplanned settlements pp. 1368-1390 Downloads
Martina Manara
Territorial stigmatisation beyond the city: Habitus, affordances and landscapes of industrial ruination pp. 1391-1410 Downloads
Stephen Hincks and Ryan Powell
The spatiality of collective action and organization among platform workers in Spain and Chile pp. 1411-1431 Downloads
Karol Morales-Muñoz and Beltran Roca
The proximity and dynamics of intercity technology transfers in the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macau Greater Bay Area: Evidence from patent transfer networks pp. 1432-1449 Downloads
Haitao Ma, Yehua Dennis Wei, Liang Dai and Xuanfang Xu
Writing geography: Teaching research writing and storytelling in the discipline pp. 1450-1459 Downloads
Robert M Wilson
Writing our way to sustainable economies? How academic sustainability writing engages with capitalism pp. 1460-1474 Downloads
Simon Mair
Multiple binds and forbidden pleasures: Writing as poaching at French universities pp. 1475-1485 Downloads
Renaud Le Goix, Myriam Houssay-Holzschuch and Camille Noûs

Volume 54, issue 6, 2022

Placing the Foundational Economy: An emerging discourse for post-neoliberal economic development pp. 1069-1085 Downloads
Bertie Russell, David Beel, Ian Rees Jones and Martin Jones
Microfoundations of global value chain research: Big decisions by small firms pp. 1086-1111 Downloads
Giulio Buciuni, Jacopo Canello and Gary Gereffi
Class monopoly rent and the urban sustainability fix in Seattle's South Lake Union District pp. 1112-1129 Downloads
Matthew B. Anderson, Elijah C. Hansen and Jason Y. Scully
Understanding social class in place: Responding to supergentrification in Aspen, Colorado pp. 1130-1146 Downloads
Jenny Stuber and Krista E Paulsen
Can gentrification theory learn from Airbnb? Airbnbfication and the asset economy in Reykjavík pp. 1147-1164 Downloads
Anne-Cécile Mermet
‘Demarginalising’ a territorially stigmatised neighbourhood?: The relationship between governance configurations and trajectories of urban change pp. 1165-1183 Downloads
Hannah Holmes
When large-scale regeneration becomes an engine of urban growth: How new power coalitions are shaping Milan's governance pp. 1184-1199 Downloads
Veronica Conte and Guido Anselmi
The structural deficit of the Olympics and the World Cup: Comparing costs against revenues over time pp. 1200-1218 Downloads
Martin Müller, David Gogishvili and Sven Daniel Wolfe
Critical realist perspectives on the urban growth system pp. 1219-1235 Downloads
David Waite
Power couples, cities, and wages pp. 1236-1255 Downloads
Richard Florida, Charlotta Mellander and Karen King
Institutional incongruence, the everyday, and the persistence of street vending in Lagos: a demand-side perspective pp. 1256-1276 Downloads
Eghosa Igudia, Robert Ackrill and Michael Machokoto
Mutable mobiles? Making space for an access-based car sharing market pp. 1277-1296 Downloads
Gianluca Chimenti and Hans Kjellberg

Volume 54, issue 5, 2022

Winners of the Ashby prizes pp. 841-844 Downloads
Gabriella Y Carolini, Katie J Wells, Kafui Attoh and Declan Cullen
Mega-urban politics: Analyzing the infrastructure turn through the national state lens pp. 845-866 Downloads
Gavin Shatkin
Between the colossal and the catastrophic: Planetary urbanization and the political ecologies of emergent infectious disease pp. 867-910 Downloads
Neil Brenner and Swarnabh Ghosh
Platform capitalism and cloud infrastructure: Theorizing a hyper-scalable computing regime pp. 911-929 Downloads
Devika Narayan
Circulation and containment in the knowledge-based economy: Transnational education zones in Dubai and Qatar pp. 930-948 Downloads
Tim Rottleb and Jana M. Kleibert
Waiting for the market? Microinsurance and development as anticipatory marketization pp. 949-965 Downloads
Nick Bernards
Debtor spaces: Austerity, space, and dispossession in Michigan’s emergency management system pp. 966-983 Downloads
Melissa Heil
Financializing nursing homes? The uneven development of Health Care REITs in France, the United Kingdom and Japan pp. 984-1004 Downloads
Natacha Aveline-Dubach
Bringing borders back into cross-border regional innovation systems: Functions and dynamics pp. 1005-1021 Downloads
Francesco Cappellano, Christophe Sohn, Teemu Makkonen and Virpi Kaisto
Symposium – Built Up: An Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Principles and Practices of Real Estate Development, by Patrice Derrington. London: Routledge (2021) pp. 1022-1066 Downloads
Lawrence H Summers, Gordon L Clark, Richard Florida, Gordon L Clark, Richard Florida, Manuel B Aalbers, Dariusz Wójcik, Janelle Knox-Hayes, Sam Chandan, Rachel Weber, Richard K Green, Ashby HB Monk, Jerry Nickelsburg and Patrice Derrington

Volume 54, issue 4, 2022

Platformed professionalization: Labor, assets, and earning a livelihood through Airbnb pp. 595-610 Downloads
Jelke R. Bosma
Multiple entrepreneurial ecosystems? Worker cooperative development in Toronto and Montréal pp. 611-633 Downloads
Jason Spicer and Michelle Zhong
Post-great recession municipal budgeting and governance: A mixed methods analysis of budget stress and reform pp. 634-652 Downloads
Mark Davidson and Kevin Ward
The uneven geography of real estate investment by Mainland Chinese state-owned and private enterprises in the U.S.: Local market conditions, migration, and ethnic networks pp. 653-675 Downloads
Lisha He, Mia M Bennett and Ronghao Jiang
Skill-relatedness and employment growth of firms in times of prosperity and crisis in an oil-dependent region pp. 676-692 Downloads
John-Erik Rørheim and Ron Boschma
Remittances, development and financialisation beyond the Global North pp. 693-701 Downloads
Rahel Kunz, Julia Maisenbacher and Lekh Nath Paudel
The financialization of remittances and the individualization of development: A new power geometry of global development pp. 702-721 Downloads
Hannes Warnecke-Berger
Diaspora engagement policies and transnational financialisation in Colombia pp. 722-743 Downloads
Gisela P Zapata
Racial capitalism, coloniality and the financialization of Caribbean remittances pp. 744-760 Downloads
Beverley Mullings
Challenging the financialization of remittances agenda through Indigenous women’s practices in Oaxaca pp. 761-778 Downloads
Araby Smyth
‘Cambiando el chip’: The gendered constellation of subjectivities of the financialisation of remittances in Mexico pp. 779-799 Downloads
Rahel Kunz and Brenda Ramírez
Contesting the financialisation of remittances: Repertoires of reluctance, refusal and dissent in Ghana and Senegal pp. 800-821 Downloads
Vincent Guermond
Remittances and the reconfiguration of rural finance in Nepal (1900–1960) pp. 822-838 Downloads
Lekh Nath Paudel

Volume 54, issue 3, 2022

Revisiting the valuable locales in our cities? Visualizing social interaction potential around metro station areas in Wuhan, China pp. 433-436 Downloads
Jiangyue Wu, Jiangping Zhou and Hanxi Ma
The unequal commute: Comparing commuting patterns across income and racial worker subgroups pp. 437-440 Downloads
Yujie Hu
Four reasons why data centers matter, five implications of their social spatial distribution, one graphic to visualize them pp. 441-445 Downloads
Desmond Bast, Constance Carr, Karinne Madron and Ahmad Mafaz Syrus
Summer suburbanization in Moscow Region: Investigation with nighttime lights satellite imagery pp. 446-448 Downloads
Alexander Sheludkov and Alexandra Starikova
Shrinking cities in China: Evidence from the latest two population censuses 2010–2020 pp. 449-453 Downloads
Xiangfeng Meng and Ying Long
Cyberspace-based urban networks: Visualising and exploring China's intercity interaction from a new perspective pp. 454-460 Downloads
Zuo Zhang and Zhe Wang
The ontological politics of freshness: Qualities of food and sustainability governance pp. 461-476 Downloads
David M. Evans, Peter Jackson, Monica Truninger and João A. Baptista
Affective life of financial loss: Detaching from lost investments in the wake of the gig economy pp. 477-492 Downloads
David Bissell
The accountancy of marketisation: Fictional markets in housing land supply pp. 493-507 Downloads
Quintin Bradley
Institutional conformity, entrepreneurial governance and local contingency: Problematizing central-local dynamics in localizing China's low-income housing policy pp. 508-532 Downloads
Li Yu and Wei Xu
Global destruction networks and hybrid e-waste economies: Practices and embeddedness in Guiyu, China pp. 533-553 Downloads
Kun Wang, Junxi Qian and Shenjing He
Theorizing nation-building through high-speed rail development: Hegemony and space in the Basque Country, Spain pp. 554-571 Downloads
Diego García-Mejuto
Ridesourcing and urban inequality in Chicago: Connecting mobility disparities to unequal development, gentrification, and displacement pp. 572-592 Downloads
Rachel G McKane and David J Hess

Volume 54, issue 2, 2022

Visualising rural access index and not served rural population in Africa pp. 215-218 Downloads
Wanjing Li, Qi Zhou, Yuheng Zhang and Yijun Chen
Economic resilience during COVID-19: An insight from permanent business closures pp. 219-221 Downloads
Wei Zhai and Haoyu Yue
Visualizing clustering characteristics of multidimensional arable land quality indexes at the county level in mainland China pp. 222-225 Downloads
Sijing Ye, Changqing Song, Peichao Gao, Chenyu Liu and Changxiu Cheng
The world’s number 1 real estate development exporter? Assessing announced transnational projects from the United Arab Emirates between 2003–2014 pp. 226-246 Downloads
Jorn Koelemaij
“They had already soldâ€: Uncovering relations among the local state, the market and the public in the case of municipal housing privatization in RosengÃ¥rd, Sweden pp. 247-264 Downloads
Jennie Gustafsson
The shape of neighborhoods to come: Examining patterns of gentrification and holistic neighborhood change in Los Angeles County, 1980–2010 pp. 265-294 Downloads
Seth A. Williams and John R. Hipp
Inscriptions of resilience: Bond ratings and the government of climate risk in Greater Miami, Florida pp. 295-310 Downloads
Savannah Cox
Crowding Out Development: Fiscal Federalism after the Great Recession pp. 311-329 Downloads
Yuanshuo Xu and Mildred E. Warner
The spectral scientists of corridor B: Neoliberalization and its ghosts in higher education pp. 330-346 Downloads
Kerry Holden
Listening to the buzz: Exploring the link between firm creation and regional innovative atmosphere as reflected by social media pp. 347-369 Downloads
Carlo Corradini, Emma Folmer and Anna Rebmann
Writing economies and economies of writing pp. 370-381 Downloads
Rae Dufty-Jones, Chris Gibson and Trevor Barnes
More-than-human economies of writing pp. 382-391 Downloads
Emma Waight
From crisis to the everyday: Shouldn't we all be writing economies? pp. 392-404 Downloads
Priti Narayan and Emily Rosenman
“Writing's intimate spatialities: Drawing ourselves to our writing in self-caring practices of love†pp. 405-412 Downloads
Dydia DeLyser
Labour, Efficiency, Critique: writing the plantation into the technological present-future pp. 413-421 Downloads
Stefan Ouma and Saumya Premchander
Rentierism and the commons: A critical contribution to Brett Christophers’ Rentier Capitalism pp. 422-429 Downloads
Emrah Karakilic

Volume 54, issue 1, 2022

Visualising global currents of international students between 1999 and 2018 pp. 3-6 Downloads
Hengyu Gu, Zhibin Xu, Jiansong Zheng and Tiyan Shen
The uneven geography of innovation in Turkey: Visualizing the geography and regional relatedness of patent production pp. 7-10 Downloads
Umut Erdem and K. Mert Cubukcu
Visualizing China’s river network pp. 11-14 Downloads
Fang Wang and Fangqu Niu
Neoliberal disease: COVID-19, co-pathogenesis and global health insecurities pp. 15-32 Downloads
Matthew Sparke and Owain David Williams
Negotiating the Wild West: Variegated neoliberalisation of the Swedish labour migration regime and the wild berry migration industry pp. 33-49 Downloads
Charlotta Hedberg and Irma Olofsson
A critique of innovation districts: Entrepreneurial living and the burden of shouldering urban development pp. 50-66 Downloads
Carla M. Kayanan
A win-win situation? Urban regeneration and the paradox of homeowner displacement pp. 67-83 Downloads
Yinnon Geva and Gillad Rosen
Can economic development policy trigger gentrification? Assessing and anatomising the mechanisms of state-led gentrification pp. 84-104 Downloads
Renan Almeida, Pedro Patrício, Marcelo Brandão and Ramon Torres
‘The whole of Shirebrook got put on an ASBO’: The co-production of territorial stigma in a former colliery town pp. 105-121 Downloads
James Pattison
The consequences of timing norms and term limits on local agency pp. 122-135 Downloads
Lucinda David
Variegated intersections of neoliberalism and financialization pp. 136-143 Downloads
Chris Muellerleile and Shaun French
Financialization and non-disposable women: Real estate, debt and labour in UK care homes pp. 144-159 Downloads
Amy Horton
Automated landlord: Digital technologies and post-crisis financial accumulation pp. 160-181 Downloads
Desiree Fields
Housing market financialization, neoliberalism and everyday retrenchment of social housing pp. 182-198 Downloads
Michael Byrne and Michelle Norris
Commentary on Financialisation Theme Issue Papers * pp. 199-203 Downloads
Ben Fine
The university and the city: Spaces of risk, decolonisation, and civic disruption pp. 204-212 Downloads
Donald McNeill, Michael Mossman, Dallas Rogers and Mark Tewdwr-Jones
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