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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Nicholas Henry
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Professor Jane Pollard
Tackling Financial Exclusion: data disclosure and area based lending data2014
Dr Nicholas Henry
Dr Stuart Dawley
Geographies of economic growth 1: Industrial and technology regions2011
Dr Cheryl McEwan
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
The non-global city of Birmingham UK: a gateway through time2008
Dr Nicholas Henry
Knowledge and clusters2006
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
Dr Paul Benneworth
Putting Clusters in Their Place2006
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Andy Pike
Professor John Tomaney
Dr Peter O'Brien
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
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What works in regional economic development: learning from international best practice2006
Dr Nicholas Henry
Dr Stuart Dawley
Cheryl Conway
Skills-led economic development? Regional futures, a demand-led system and the North East of England2005
Dr Cheryl McEwan
Professor Jane Pollard
Dr Nicholas Henry
The 'global' in the city economy: Multicultural economic development in Birmingham2005
Dr Nicholas Henry
Knowledge, clusters, and competitive advantage2004
Cheryl Conway
Dr Stuart Dawley
Dr Nicholas Henry
Regional Skills Foresight Research (Phase II)2004
Dr Paul Benneworth
Dr Nicholas Henry
Where is the value added in the cluster approach? Hermeneutic theorising, economic geography and clusters as a multiperspectival approach2004
Dr Nicholas Henry
From 'industrial districts' to 'knowledge clusters': A model of knowledge dissemination and competitive advantage in industrial agglomerations2003
Dr Nicholas Henry
Dr Cheryl McEwan
Professor Jane Pollard
Globalization from below: Birmingham - postcolonial workshop of the world?2002
Dr Nicholas Henry
Knowledge capitalism: business, work and learning in the new economy2002
Dr Nicholas Henry
Motorsport Valley and the Global Motorsport Industry: The Development and Growth of Britain's Performance Engineering Cluster2002
Dr Nicholas Henry
”Boosterism of the Peoples”: Multicultural economic development and globalisation from below2001
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
Beyond the margins of economics: Geographers, economists, and policy relevance2001
Dr Nicholas Henry
Neo-Marshallian nodes, institutional thickness, and Britain's 'Motor Sport Valley': Thick or thin?2001
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
The status of knowledge: policy relevance, economic geography and economics2001
Dr Nicholas Henry
(The) industrial agglomeration (of Motor Sport Valley): a Knowledge, Space, Economy Approach'2000
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
Introduction: Capitalising on knowledge2000
Philip Daniels
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
Knowledge, Space, Economy2000
Philip Daniels
Dr Nicholas Henry
Professor Jane Pollard
Knowledge, Space, Economy2000
Dr Nicholas Henry
Spatialising knowledge: Placing the Knowledge Community of Motor Sport Valley2000
Dr Nicholas Henry
Spatialising knowledge: placing the knowledge community of Motor Sport Valley2000
Dr Nicholas Henry
The global production system: from Fordism to Post-Fordism2000
Dr Nicholas Henry
Discursive aspects of technological innovation: the case of the British motor sport industry1999
Dr Nicholas Henry
In pole position: The British motor sport cluster and lessons for Europe's Motor Industry1999
Dr Nicholas Henry
Paul Krugman's Geographical Economies, Industrial Clustering and the British motor sport industry.1999
Dr Nicholas Henry
Rethinking ‘global’ city centres: the example of Birmingham1999
Dr Nicholas Henry
The Economic Geography Reader: Producing and Consuming Global Capitalism1999
Dr Nicholas Henry
Rethinking the region1998
Dr Nicholas Henry
In pole position: explaining the development of Britain’s “Motor Sport Valley”1997
Dr Nicholas Henry
Ulrich Beck's Risk society at Work: labour and employment in the contract service industries1997
Dr Nicholas Henry
Fragments of industry and employment: contract service work and the shift towards precarious employment1996
Philip Daniels
Dr Nicholas Henry
From Widgets to Where? The Birmingham Economy in the 1990s Managing a Conurbation:1996
Dr Nicholas Henry
In pole position? Untraded interdependencies, new industrial spaces and the British motor sport industry1996
Dr Nicholas Henry
Along the Road: R&D, Society and Space1995
Dr Nicholas Henry
Competitive Time-Space in High Technology1995
Dr Nicholas Henry
Growth at the Margins: Contract Labour in a Core Region1995
Dr Nicholas Henry
The New Industrial Spaces: Locational Logic of a New Production Era?1992