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The global trend towards devolution and its implications
A Rodríguez-Pose, N Gill
Economy, 517-535, 2017
4842017
On the ‘economic dividend’of devolution
A Rodríguez‐Pose, N Gill
Regional studies 39 (4), 405-420, 2005
3072005
Is there a global link between regional disparities and devolution?
A Rodríguez-Pose, N Gill
Environment and planning A 36 (12), 2097-2117, 2004
2822004
Governmental mobility: The power effects of the movement of detained asylum seekers around Britain's detention estate
N Gill
Political geography 28 (3), 186-196, 2009
2762009
Carceral spaces: Mobility and agency in imprisonment and migrant detention
N Gill
Routledge, 2016
2742016
Carceral circuitry: New directions in carceral geography
N Gill, D Conlon, D Moran, A Burridge
Progress in Human Geography 42 (2), 183-204, 2018
1852018
Nothing personal?: Geographies of governing and activism in the British asylum system
N Gill
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
1662016
New state-theoretic approaches to asylum and refugee geographies
N Gill
Progress in Human Geography 34 (5), 626-645, 2010
1662010
Polymorphic borders
A Burridge, N Gill, A Kocher, L Martin
Territory, Politics, Governance 5 (3), 239-251, 2017
1622017
How does trade affect regional disparities?
A Rodríguez-Pose, N Gill
World Development 34 (7), 1201-1222, 2006
1552006
How does trade affect regional disparities?
A Rodríguez-Pose, N Gill
World Development 34 (7), 1201-1222, 2006
1552006
Introduction: Mobilities and forced migration
N Gill, J Caletrío, V Mason
Mobilities and Forced Migration, 1-16, 2017
1482017
New friends in new places: Network formation during the migration process among Poles in the UK
N Gill, P Bialski
Geoforum 42 (2), 241-249, 2011
1252011
Asylum determination in Europe: Ethnographic perspectives
N Gill, A Good
Springer Nature, 2019
1192019
Pathologies of migrant place-making: the case of Polish migrants to the UK
N Gill
Environment and Planning A 42 (5), 1157-1173, 2010
1102010
Presentational state power: temporal and spatial influences over asylum sector decisionmakers
N Gill
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 34 (2), 215-233, 2009
982009
The suppression of welcome
N Gill
Fennia-International Journal of Geography 196 (1), 88-98, 2018
962018
The tactics of asylum and irregular migrant support groups: Disrupting bodily, technological, and neoliberal strategies of control
N Gill, D Conlon, I Tyler, C Oeppen
Geographies of Migration, 163-190, 2018
882018
Longing for stillness: the forced movement of asylum seekers
N Gill
M/C Journal 12 (1), 2009
822009
Gagging orders: asylum seekers and paradoxes of freedom and protest in liberal society
D Conlon, N Gill
Protesting Citizenship: Migrant Activisms, 99-117, 2017
812017
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