Al James
Al James
Professor of Economic Geography, Newcastle University
Dirección de correo verificada de ncl.ac.uk - Página principal
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Año
Demystifying the role of culture in innovative regional economies
A James
Economic Geography (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences) 4, 1197-1216, 2007
1362007
Demystifying the role of culture in innovative regional economies
A James
Regional Studies 39 (9), 1197-1216, 2005
1362005
Robinson. 2001
J Acemoglu, S Johnson, A James
The Colonial Origins, 2000
134*2000
Displaying families: A new concept for the sociology of family life
E Dermott, J Seymour
Springer, 2011
812011
Critical moments in the production of rigorous' andrelevant'cultural economic geographies
A James
Progress in Human Geography 30 (3), 289-308, 2006
792006
Everyday effects, practices and causal mechanisms of ‘cultural embeddedness’: Learning from Utah’s high tech regional economy
A James
Geoforum 38 (2), 393-413, 2007
612007
Work–life ‘balance’, recession and the gendered limits to learning and innovation (or, why it pays employers to care)
A James
Gender, Work & Organization 21 (3), 273-294, 2014
572014
The rise of cultural economic geography
A James, RL Martin, P Sunley
Critical concepts in economic geography 4, 3-18, 2006
552006
Connecting gender and economic competitiveness: lessons from Cambridge's high-tech regional economy
M Gray, A James
Environment and Planning A 39 (2), 417-436, 2007
522007
Work–life (im)‘balance’and its consequences for everyday learning and innovation in the New Economy: evidence from the Irish IT sector
A James
Gender, Place & Culture 18 (5), 655-684, 2011
462011
Labour geographies of India’s new service economy
A James, B Vira
Journal of Economic Geography 12 (4), 841-875, 2012
372012
Researching hybrid ‘economic’/‘development’geographies in practice: methodological reflections from a collaborative project on India’s New Service Economy
B Vira, A James
Progress in Human Geography 35 (5), 627-651, 2011
332011
(Expanding) the role of geography in public policy
A James, M Gray, R Martin
Environment and Planning A 36 (11), 1901-1905, 2004
262004
Sustaining economic geography? Business and management schools and the UK’s great economic geography diaspora
A James, M Bradshaw, NM Coe, J Faulconbridge
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (6), 1355-1366, 2018
232018
Regendering care in the aftermath of recession?
K Boyer, E Dermott, A James, J MacLeavy
Dialogues in Human Geography 7 (1), 56-73, 2017
222017
Work–life ‘balance’and gendered (im) mobilities of knowledge and learning in high-tech regional economies
A James
Journal of Economic geography 14 (3), 483-510, 2014
222014
‘Unionising’the new spaces of the new economy? Alternative labour organising in India’s IT Enabled Services–Business Process Outsourcing industry
A James, B Vira
Geoforum 41 (3), 364-376, 2010
222010
Regional Culture, Corporate Strategy, & High Tech Innovation: Salt Lake City.
A James
Cambridge University, 2003
222003
Regional Culture, Corporate Strategy and High Tech Innovation: Salt Lake City
A James
Cambridge University, 2003
222003
Building Cross‐Sector Careers in India's New Service Economy? Tracking Former Call Centre Agents in the National Capital Region
B Vira, A James
Development and Change 43 (2), 449-479, 2012
212012
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20