Neil Brenner
Neil Brenner
Professor of Urban Theory, Graduate School of Design Harvard University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei gsd.harvard.edu - Startseite
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New State Spaces: Urban Governance and the Rescaling of Statehood
N Brenner
Oxford University Press, 2004
4217*2004
Cities and the geographies of “actually existing neoliberalism”
N Brenner, N Theodore
Antipode 34 (3), 349-379, 2002
34672002
Globalisation as reterritorialisation: the re-scaling of urban governance in the European Union
N Brenner
Urban studies 36 (3), 431-451, 1999
16301999
Variegated neoliberalization: geographies, modalities, pathways
N Brenner, J Peck, N Theodore
Global networks 10 (2), 182-222, 2010
14392010
The limits to scale? Methodological reflections on scalar structuration
N Brenner
Progress in human geography 25 (4), 591-614, 2001
14042001
Spaces of neoliberalism: urban restructuring in North America and Western Europe
N Brenner, N Theodore
Wiley-Blackwell, 2003
12672003
Beyond state-centrism? Space, territoriality, and geographical scale in globalization studies
N Brenner
Theory and society 28 (1), 39-78, 1999
11231999
Theorizing sociospatial relations
B Jessop, N Brenner, M Jones
Environment and planning D: society and space 26 (3), 389-401, 2008
10362008
Global cities, glocal states: global city formation and state territorial restructuring in contemporary Europe
N Brenner
Review of International Political Economy 5 (1), 1-37, 1998
8761998
Between fixity and motion: accumulation, territorial organization and the historical geography of spatial scales
N Brenner
Environment and planning D: Society and space 16 (4), 459-481, 1998
7221998
Urban governance and the production of new state spaces in Western Europe, 1960–2000
N Brenner
Review of international political economy 11 (3), 447-488, 2004
7052004
The urban question as a scale question: reflections on Henri Lefebvre, urban theory and the politics of scale
N Brenner
International journal of urban and regional research 24 (2), 361-378, 2000
6862000
Postneoliberalism and its malcontents
J Peck, N Theodore, N Brenner
Antipode 41 (s1), 94-116, 2010
6782010
After neoliberalization?
N Brenner, J Peck, N Theodore
Globalizations 7 (3), 327-345, 2010
6272010
Neoliberal Urbanism: Models, Moments, Mutations
J Peck, N Theodore, N Brenner
5252009
Cities for People, not for Profit: Critical Urban Theory and the Right to the City
N Brenner, eds. Marcuse, Peter, Margit Mayer
Cities for People, Not for Profit: Critical urban theory and the right to …, 2009
5042009
Implosions/Explosions: Towards a Study of Planetary Urbanization
N Brenner
Jovis, 2014
500*2014
Towards a new epistemology of the urban?
N Brenner, C Schmid
City 19 (2-3), 151-182, 2015
4802015
The 'urban age' in question
N Brenner, C Schmid
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 2014
4732014
The Global Cities Reader
N Brenner, R Keil
Routledge, 2006
426*2006
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