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Professor Joe Painter - all publications

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Chapter in book

  • Painter, J. (2015). Power. In The Wiley Blackwell companion to political geography. Agnew, J., Mamadouh, V., Secor, A.J. & Sharp, J. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. 141-151.
  • Painter, J. (2011). Conceptualizing "society" and "state". In State, society, and transformation. Mitchneck, B.A. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 20-49.
  • Painter, J. (2009). Territoire et réseau: une fausse dichotomie? = Territory and network: a false dichotomy?. In Territoires, territorialité, territorialisation: controverses et perspectives = Territories, territoriality, territorialisation: controversies and perspectives. Vanier, M Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes. 57-66.
  • Painter, J. (2009). Territorio/rete = Territory/network. In Geo-grafia: strumenti e parole. dell'Agnese, E. Milan: Edizioni Unicopli. 137-163.
  • Painter, J. (2009). Urbanism lite. In Thinking about almost everything. Amin, A. & O'Neill, M. London: Profile Books. 102-103.
  • Painter, J. (2008). Geographies of space and power. In The SAGE handbook of political geography. Cox, K., Low, M. & Robinson, J. London: Sage. 57-72.
  • Painter, J. (2005). Governmentality and regional economic strategies. In Habitus: A Sense of Place. Hillier, J. & Rooksby, E. Aldershot: Ashgate. 131-157.
  • Painter, J. (2005). State: society. In Spaces of geographical thought: deconstructing binaries. Cloke, P. & Johnston, R. J. London: Sage. 42-60.
  • Painter, J. (2002). Governmentality and Regional Economic Strategies. In Habitus: a sense of place. Hillier, J. & Rooksby, E. Aldershot: Ashgate. 115-139.
  • Painter, J. (2002). Multi-level citizenship, identity and regions in contemporary Europe. In Transnational democracy: political spaces and border crossings. Anderson, J. London: Routledge. 93-110.
  • O'Carroll, F. & Painter, J. (2002). Opportunities for study abroad: the SOCRATES-ERASMUS programme. In The student's companion to geography. Rogers, A. & Viles, H. Oxford: Blackwell. 335-339.
  • Painter, J. (2002). Regulation theory, post-Fordism and urban politics. In Readings in urban theory. Fainstein, S. S. & Campbell, S. Oxford: Blackwell. 92-109.
  • Painter, J. (2002). The rise of the workfare state. In Geographies of global change: remapping the world. Johnston, R. J., Taylor, P. J. & Watts, M. J. Oxford: Blackwell. 158-173.
  • Painter, J. (2001). Regulation, regime and practice in urban politics. In Regulation theory and the crisis of capitalism: 5 developments and extensions. Jessop, B. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 63-86.
  • Painter, J. & Goodwin, M. (2000). Local governance after Fordism: a regulationist perspective. In The new politics of British local governance. Stoker, G. Basingstoke: Macmillan. 33-53.
  • Painter, J. (2000). Local government and governance. In The changing geography of the UK. Gardiner, V. & Matthews, H. London: Routledge. 296-314.
  • Painter, J. (2000). Pierre Bourdieu. In Thinking space. Crang, M. A. & Thrift, N. London: Routledge. 239-259.
  • Painter, J. (2000). State and governance. In A companion to economic geography. Barnes, T. J. & Sheppard, E. Blackwell. 359-376.
  • Painter, J. (1999). New geographies of democracy in contemporary Europe. In Divided Europe: society and territory. Williams, A. & Hudson, R. London: Sage. 107-131.
  • Painter, J. (1998). Entrepreneurs are made, not born: learning and urban regimes in the production of entrepreneurial cities. In The entrepreneurial city: geographies of politics, regime and representation. Hall, T. & Hubbard, P. Chichester: Wiley. 259-274.
  • Goodwin, M. & Painter, J. (1997). Concrete research, urban regimes and regulation theory. In Reconstructing regime theory: regulating urban politics in a global economy. Lauria, M. London: Sage. 13-29.
  • Painter, J. (1997). Local politics, anti-essentialism and economic geography. In Geographies of economies. Lee, R. & Wills, J. London: Arnold. 98-107.
  • Painter, J. (1997). Regulation, regime and practice in urban politics. In Reconstructing urban regime theory: regulating urban politics in a global economy. Lauria, M. London: Sage. 122-143.
  • Painter, J. (1995). Regulation theory, post-Fordism and urban politics. In Theories of urban politics. Judge, D., Stoker, G. & Wolman, H. London: Sage. 276-295.
  • Painter, J. (1995). The culture of competition. In Public sector management. Bourn, J. Aldershot: Dartmouth. 2: 719-729.
  • Painter, J. (1995). The regulatory state: the corporate welfare state and beyond. In Geographies of global change: remapping the world in the late twentieth century. Johnston, R. J., Taylor, P. & Watts, M Oxford: Blackwell. 127-143.
  • Massey, D. & Painter, J. (1989). The changing geography of trade unions. In The political geography of contemporary Britain. Mohan, J. Basingstoke: Macmillan. 130-150.

Conference Paper

  • Painter, J. (2006), Territory-network, Association of American Geographers. Annual Meeting. Chicago, USA, Chicago IL.

Edited book

  • Featherstone, D. & Painter, J. (2013). Spatial politics: essays for Doreen Massey. RGS-IBG Book Series. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Atkinson, S., Fuller, S. & Painter, J. (2012). Wellbeing and place. Farnham: Ashgate.

Journal Article

Other (Print)

Report

  • Painter, J. (2005). Urban citizenship and rights to the city. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (now Communities and Local Goverment). Durham, International Centre for Regional Regeneration and Development Studies.

Working Paper