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Durham University

Department of Geography

Staff Profile

Professor Ray Hudson - all publications

Journal Article

Authored book

Edited book

Chapter in book

  • Hudson, Ray Does illegality enable or undermine the sustainability of the globalising economy? In: Redclift, M & Springett, D Handbook of Sustainable Development. Routledge; Accepted:41-54.
  • Hudson, R. The Costs of Globalisation: Producing New Forms of Risk to Health and Well-Being. In: Published:13-29.
  • Beynon, Huw & Hudson, Ray The road to Brexit on the British coalfields. In: Traub-Werner, Marion, Peck, Jamie, Lave, Rebecca & Christophers, Brett Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues. Newcastle upon Tyne: Agenda Publishing; 2018:161-172.
  • Hudson, Ray Industrial Conversion. In: International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment and Technology. John Wiley; 2017:1.
  • Hudson, R. Does illegality enable or undermine the sustainability of the globalising economy?. In: Redclift, M. & Springett, D. Routledge International Handbook of Sustainable Development. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge; 2015:41-54.
  • Hudson, Ray Uneven development, socio-spatial polarisation and political responses. In: Lang, T., Henn, S., Sgibnev, W. & Ehrlich, K. Understanding Geographies of Polarisation and Peripheralisation: Perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe and Beyond. London: Palgrave Macmillan; 2015:25-39.
  • Hudson, R. Conclusion: Divided kingdom? Health, the regions and austerity economics. In: Wood, Claudia 'The NHS at 65 is facing a triple-pinch of recession, austerity and demographic change.'. DEMOS; 2013:65-72.
  • Hudson, R. & Robinson, F. University engagement with socially excluded communities: towards 'the engaged university'. In: Benneworth, P. University Engagement With Socially Excluded Communities. Springer; 2013:189-198.
  • Lane, C. & Wood, G. Regions, varieties of capitalism and the legacies of neoliberalism. Capitalist Diversity and Diversity within Capitalism. In: Routledge; 2012:189-208.
  • Hudson, R. Geographies of economic decline. In: Lee, R., Leyshon, A., McDowell, L. & Sunley, P. A Compendium of Economic Geography. Sage; 2011:261-272.
  • Hudson, R. Spatial circuits of value. In: Pike, A., Rodriguez-Pose, A. & Tomaney, J. Handbook of Local and Regional Development. Routledge; 2011:109-118.
  • Hudson, R. & Fischbacher-Smith, D. Exporting Pandora's Box - Exploitation, risk communication and public health problems associated with the export of hazard. In: Bennett, P., Calman, K., Curtis, S. & Fischbacher-Smith, D. Risk Communication and Public Health, OUP. Oxford University Press; 2010:245-60.
  • Hudson, R. The changing geographies of manufacturing and work: made in the UK? In: Coe, N. & Jones, A. The Economic Geography of the UK. Sage; 2010:139-152.
  • Hudson, R. Economic Geography: Fordism. In: Thrift, N. & Kitchin, R. International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2009:226-231.
  • Hudson, R. Regional Development: Uneven Regional Development. In: Thrift, Nigel & Kitchin, Rob International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2009:18-23.
  • Hudson, R. The costs of globalization: Producing new forms of risk to health and well-being. In: Palgrave Macmillan; 2009:13-29.
  • Hudson, R. The Knowledge-based Economy, Public Policy and Regional Development: Lessons from the North East of England. In: Geophilia o sentir os sentidos da Geografia: Homenagem a Jorge Gaspar. Lisboa.: CEG; 2008:475-488.
  • Hudson, R. Firms as political actors in processes of capital accumulation and regional development. In: Taylor, M. & Oinas, P. Understanding the Firm: Spatial and Organizational dimensions. Oxford Oxford University Press; 2006:169-188.
  • Hudson, R. The New Economic Geography? In: Lawton-Smith, H. & Bagchi-Sen, S. Past, Present and Future of Economic Geography. Routledge; 2006:47-55.
  • Hudson, R. The production of institutional complemenrarity: the case of North East England. In: Wood, G. & James, P. Institutions, Production and Working Life. Oxford University Press; 2006:104-122.
  • Hudson, R. Geographers and the Regional Problem. In: Johnston, R. & Williams, M. A Century of British Geography, British Association for the Advancement of Science. 2003:583-602.
  • Hudson, R. Global production systems and European integration. In: Peck, J. & Yeung, H. Global Connections. Sage; 2003:216-230.
  • Amin, A., Cameron, A. & Hudson, R. The alterity of the social economy. In: Leyshon, A., Lee, R. & Williams, C. Alternative Economic Spaces. Sage; 2003:27-54.
  • Hudson, R. & Williams, A. Re-shaping Europe: the Challenge of New Divisions with a Homogenised Political-Economic Space. In: Fink, J., Lewis, G. & Clarke, J. Re-thinking European Welfare. Sage; 2001.
  • Hudson, R. Western Europe Studies: Geography. In: Smelser, N. & Bates, P. International Encyclopaedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Pergamon; 2001:473-479.
  • Hudson, R. Globalization, National State Policies and Regional differentiation: the Case of the UK. In: Vellinga, M. The Dialectics of Globalization. Westview; 2000:235-256.
  • Hudson, R. Restructurer la region, restructurer l'Etat: le cas de l'Angleterre du Nord Est. In: Benko, G. & Lipietz, A. La Richesse de Regions: La Nouvelle Geographie Socio-Economique. Presses Universitaire de France; 2000:391-422.
  • Hudson, R. & Williams, A. Re-shaping Europe: the Challenge of New Divisions within a Homogenised Political-Economic Space. In: Hudson, R. & Williams, A. Divided Europe: Society and Territory. Sage; 1999:1-28.
  • Hudson, R. The New Economy of the New Europe: Eradicating Divisions or Creating New Forms of Uneven Development. In: Hudson, R. & Williams, A. Divided Europe: Society and Territory. Sage; 1999:29-62.

Conference Paper

  • Hudson, R. Material matters and the search for resilience: Re-thinking and urban development strategies in the context of global environmental change. University of Aegean, Lesvos.: International Conference, Studying, Modelling and Sense Making of Planet Earth; 2008.

Other (Print)

  • Hudson, R., Buckner, L., Cannon, T., Harding, A., Rees, P. & Kurowska, K. The impacts of demographic change on the functional; economies of the North of England. N8 and Northern Way, Manchester (iv + 35). 2013.


  • Hudson, R. & Townsend, A.R. Coalfield regeneration, 1981-2003: Employment and Travel to work, Parts I and II. 2005;60, 53.
  • Hudson, R., Miles, N., Robinson, J. F. & Tully, J. Social Capital and Economic Development in North East England: Promoting Economic and Social Inclusion. 2004;119.
  • Hudson, R. & Townsend, A. The Steel Industry in the Tees Valley; the supply chain in the Tees Valley and its vulnerability to further reductions in the Steel Industry. 2003.
  • Hudson, R. & Townsend, A. Updating Coalfield Areas. 2003.