Horner, Rory, Seth Schindler, Daniel Haberly, and Yuko Aoyama, 2018. “De-globalization and its limits.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. Abstract An apparent ‘big switch’ in attitudes towards and discourse over economic globalisation has occurred since the turn of…
Rory Horner, Ph.D. (Clark, 2013) has been appointed as Lecturer, School of Environment and Development at University of Manchester in United Kingdom! He will be starting his appointment in August. Congratulations, Rory!
Rory Horner won 2013 Peter Gould Student Paper Competition of the Association of American Geographers’ Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group, on a paper entitled “Rising powers as harbingers of public-health oriented patent law? The Indian pharmaceutical industry and economic…
Rory Horner filed his dissertation entitled “The state, patents, and India’s pharmaceutical industry.” Congratulations, Rory!
Rory Horner won 2013 A.K. Dutt Best Graduate Student Paper Award of the Regional Development and Planning Specialty Group (RDPSG) of the Association of American Geographers. Congratulations, Rory!
Daniel Gray Haberly, Ph.D. (Clark, 2013) has been appointed as Lecturer, Department of Geography at University of Sussex in United Kingdom! He will be starting his appointment in the spring. Congratulations, Dan!
Seth Schindler filed his dissertation entitled “Producing Urban Space and the Transformation of the Retail Sector in Delhi, India”. Congratulations, Seth!
Seth has been appointed as an assistant professor at Global Studies Program, Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Dan Haberly’s dissertation, entitled “Sovereign Wealth Funds, Dependent Development, and the New Alliance Capitalism” has been filed! Congratulations, Dan!
Abstract: India has emerged as a preferred location for corporate R&D and strategic marketing facilities. Until a decade ago, these functions were conducted almost exclusively near the corporate headquarters of MNEs in the developed world. One reason for the relocation…
Daniel Haberly was selected as a participant for the Summer Institute of Economic Geography, July 2012.
Rory Horner received the AAG-EGSG research award for his work on the role of state policies in the development of domestic pharmaceutical industry in India. April 2012
Seth Schindler (Yuko Aoyama, PI) has been awarded a NSF-DDRI grant of $11,985 for his Doctoral Dissertation research, entitled “Producing Urban Space and the Transformation of Informal Retailing in Delhi, India”. June 2011
Rory Horner (Yuko Aoyama, PI) has been awarded a NSF-DDRI grant of $12,000 for his Doctoral Dissertation research, entitled “The State, Intellectual Property Rights, and the Rise of India’s Pharmaceutical Industry”. June 2011
Yuko Aoyama (PI) has been awarded a $269,999 National Science Foundation grant for support of the project entitled “The Global Shift in R&D Alliances: Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) and the Quest for the Base-of-the-Pyramid (BOP) Markets.” This grant will support…
Daniel Haberly received the EGSG (Economic Geography) Best Student Paper Award at the AAG, Seattle, April 2011.
“Economic Geography sponsored a workshop to brainstorm collectively the emerging research themes in economic geography. We gathered a small group of midcareer scholars from 19 institutions in 7 countries on April 12–13, 2010, in Washington, D.C., to address what we considered…
Aoyama, Yuko, 2011. “Teleology, Contexts, and Agency in Sheppard’s Socio-Spatial Ontology” Dialogues in Human Geography 1 (March): 76-79.
Daniel Haberly’s forthcoming article in Environment and Planning A, entitled “Strategic Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment and the New Alliance Capitalism: A Network Mapping Investigation”, was ranked No.1 in downloads in Social Science Research Network (SSRN), under the category of journal…
Seth Schindler was awarded a Geller Award from the George Perkins Marsh Research Institute, Clark University, February 2011.
From the Back Cover: “This book provides a comprehensive and highly readable review of the conceptual underpinnings of economic geography. Students and professional scholars alike will find it extremely useful both as a reference manual and as an authoritative guide…
Rory Horner was selected as a participant for the Summer Institute of Economic Geography, July 2010.
Daniel Haberly (Yuko Aoyama, PI) has been awarded a NSF-DDRI grant of $11,478 for his Doctoral Dissertation research, entitled “Sovereign Wealth Funds, Dependent Development, and the New Alliance Capitalism.” June, 2010.
Aoyama, Yuko, 2009. “Consumption-centered research for diverse urban economies.” Urban Geography 30 No.4: 1-3.
Horner, Rory and Yuko Aoyama. 2009 “Limits to FDI-driven growth in Ireland: A newspaper content analysis for investment, upgrading and divestment.” Irish Geography 42 No. 2 (July): 187-207.
Aoyama, Yuko, 2009. “Entrepreneurship and Regional Culture: The case of Hamamatsuand Kyoto, Japan.” Regional Studies 43 No.3 (April): 495-512.
Rory Horner received the EGSG (Economic Geography) 2009 Best Student Paper Award at the AAG, Las Vegas, NV.
Abstract In this article, I seek to demonstrate how research on cultural industries and tourism combined yields insights into the contemporary dynamics of cultural survival in the age of globalization. Tourism is increasingly an important economic force that facilitates cultural…
Ratick, Samuel, Brian Meecham and Yuko Aoyama. 2008. “Locating Backup Facilities to Enhance Supply Chain Disaster Resilience.” Growth and Change 39, 4 (December): 642-666.
Aoyama, Yuko and Hiro Izushi, 2008. “User-innovation in the video game industry.” DIME Working Paper. Available at http://www.dime-eu.org/files/active/0/AoyamaIzushiPAPER.pdf
Aoyama, Yuko. 2007. “Oligopoly and the Structural Paradox of Retail TNCs: An Assessment of Carrefour and Wal-Mart in Japan.” Journal of Economic Geography, 7 (July): 471-490.
Aoyama, Yuko and Samuel Ratick. 2007. “Trust, Transactions, and Inter-firm Relations in the U.S.Logistics Industry.” Economic Geography 83 No.2 (April): 159-180.
Aoyama, Yuko. 2007. “The Role of Consumption and Globalization in a Cultural Industry: The Case of Flamenco.” Geoforum 38 No.1: 103-113.