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Professor Al James
Gendered Labour Geographies in the Cloud2022
Professor Al James
Women in the Gig Economy: Feminising ‘Digital Labour’2022
Professor Al James
The Gig Economy: A Critical Introduction. By Jamie Woodcock and Mark Graham. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2020 [Book review]2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
et al.
Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Professor Al James
Social reproduction of economies2020
Professor Al James
Feminising the Platform Economy?2019
Professor Al James
Professor Jane Pollard
Building Financial Resilience: Migrant Economies of Charitable Giving2018
Professor Al James
Sustaining Economic Geography? Business and Management Schools and the UK’s Great Economic Geography Diaspora2018
Professor Al James
We’re in business! Sustaining economic geography? (Supplemental material for Sustaining Economic Geography? Business and Management Schools and the UK’s Great Economic Geography Diaspora)2018
Professor Al James
Men at Work? Debating Shifting Gender Divisions of Care2017
Professor Al James
Regendering care in the aftermath of recession?2017
Professor Al James
Dr Fiona McConnell
Working at the margins? Muslim middle class professionals in India and the limits of 'labour agency'2017
Professor Al James
Work-Life Advantage: Sustaining Regional Learning and Innovation2017
Professor Jane Pollard
Professor Al James
Islamic charitable infrastructure and giving in East London: everyday economic-development geographies in practice2016
Professor Al James
Work-life ‘balance’, recession and the gendered limits to learning and innovation (or, why it pays employers to care)2014
Professor Al James
Work-life 'balance' and gendered (im)mobilities of knowledge and learning in high-tech regional economies2014
Professor Al James
Globalization's contradictions: geographies of discipline, destruction and transformation (Conway and Heynen 2006): A review2009
Professor Al James
Networks: Volumes I and II (Critical Studies in Economic Institutions series). Edited by Gernot Grabher and Walter W. Powell2006