Jamie Peck

  • Anglais Constructions of Neoliberal Reason

    Jamie Peck

    • Oup oxford
    • 28 Octobre 2010

    Amongst intellectuals and activists, neoliberalism has become a potent signifier for the kind of free-market thinking that has dominated politics for the past three decades. Forever associated with the conviction politics of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, the free-market project has since become synonymous with the 'Washington consensus' on international development policy and the phenomenon of corporate globalization, where it has come to mean
    privatization, deregulation, and the opening up of new markets. But beyond its utility as a protest slogan or buzzword as shorthand for the political-economic Zeitgeist, what do we know about where neoliberalism came from and how it spread? Who are the neoliberals, and why do they studiously avoid the label?

    Constructions of Neoliberal Reason presents a radical critique of the free-market project, from its origins in the first half of the 20th Century through to the recent global economic crisis, from the utopian dreams of Friedrich von Hayek through the dogmatic theories of the Chicago School to the hope and hubris of Obamanomics. The book traces how neoliberalism went from crank science to common sense in the period between the Great Depression and the age of Obama.

    Constructions of Neoliberal Reason dramatizes the rise of neoliberalism and its uneven spread as an intellectual, political, and cultural project, combining genealogical analysis with situated case studies of formative moments throughout the world, like New York City's bankruptcy, Hurricane Katrina, and the Wall Street crisis of 2008. The book names and tracks some of neoliberalism's key protagonists, as well as some of the less visible bit-part players. It explores how this adaptive
    regime of market rule was produced and reproduced, its logics and limits, its faults and its fate.

  • Anglais Offshore

    Jamie Peck

    • Oup oxford
    • 2 Mars 2017

    Offshore outsourcing -' the movement of jobs to lower-wage countries -' is one of the defining features of globalization. This book provides the first sustained investigation of the workings of the global sourcing industry, its business practices, its market dynamics, its technologies, and its politics.

  • Anglais Offshore

    Jamie Peck

    • Oup oxford
    • 23 Février 2017

    Offshore outsourcing -' the movement of jobs to lower-wage countries -' is one of the defining features of globalization. This book provides the first sustained investigation of the workings of the global sourcing industry, its business practices, its market dynamics, its technologies, and its politics.

  • The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography presents students and researchers with a comprehensive overview of the field, put together by a prestigious editorial team, with contributions from an international cast of prominent scholars. 
    Offers a fully revised, expanded, and up-to-date overview, following the successful and highly regarded Companion to Economic Geography published by Blackwell a decade earlier, providing a comprehensive assessment of the field  Takes a prospective as well as retrospective look at the field, reviewing recent developments, recurrent challenges, and emerging agendas   Incorporates diverse perspectives (in terms of specialty, demography and geography) of up and coming scholars, going beyond a focus on Anglo-American research  Encourages authors and researchers to engage with and contextualize their situated perspectives  Explores areas of overlap, dialogues, and (potential) engagement between economic geography and cognate disciplines

  • This reader introduces students to examples of the most important research in the field of economic geography.
    Brings together the most important research contributions to economic geography.
    Editorial commentary makes the material accessible for students.
    The editors are highly respected in their field.

  • Remaking the Global Economy


    • Sage publications ltd
    • 7 Août 2003

    `This book skillfully navigates the shoals of place and space to explain the intricacies of globalization. For those interested in the changing geography of global capitalism, Peck and Yeung is a "must read"' - James H Mittelman, American University

    Remaking the Global Economy offers a state -of-the-art survey of geographical perspectives on the restructuring and reorganization of the global economy. With contributions from leading figures in the globalization debate, the book explores the latest thinking and research, as well as the enduring controversies, across a range of interrelated issues, including:

    - firm strategies and business knowledge
    - interactions between firms and nation states
    - production and innovation systems
    - transnationalism and labour markets
    - state restructuring.

    Each of the specially commissioned chapters presents interdisciplinary insights into the complex processes of economic globalization and their impact on the organization of firms, markets, industries, regions, and institutions. An integrated and comprehensive account, this is a résumé of the latest work in the literature on globalization that will provide a detailed map of the geography of the global economy.

  • "The biggest strength of the book is its pedagogic design, which will appeal to new entrants in the field but also leaves space for methodological debates... It is well suited for use on general courses but it also involves far more than an introduction and is full of theoretical insights for a more theoretically advanced audience."
    - Economic Geography Research Group

    In the last fifteen years economic geography has experienced a number of fundamental theoretical and methodological shifts. Politics and Practice in Economic Geography explains and interrogates these fundamental issues of research practice in the discipline.

    Concerned with examining the methodological challenges associated with that 'cultural turn', the text explains and discusses:

    qualitative and ethnographic methodologies
    the role and significance of quantitative and numerical methods
    the methodological implications of both post-structural and feminist theories
    the use of case-study approaches
    the methodological relation between the economic geography and neoclassical economics, economic sociology, and economic anthropology.

    Leading contributors examine substantive methodological issues in economic geography and make a distinctive contribution to economic-geographical debate and practice.