Working Paper 14

Cook, I. R. (2014) A vengeful education? Urban revanchism, sex work and the penal politics of John Schools.

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R. (2015) A vengeful education? Urban revanchism, sex work and the penal politics of John Schools. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 97 (1): 17-30. [free version here, official version here]

Working Paper 13

Ward, K. and Cook, I. R. (2014) Business Improvement Districts in the UK: Territorialising a ‘global’ model?

Working Paper 12

Cook, I. R., Ward, S. V. and Ward, K. (2013) A springtime journey to the Soviet Union: Post-war town planning and policy mobilities through the Iron Curtain. 

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R., Ward, S. V. and Ward, K. (2014) A springtime journey to the Soviet Union: Postwar planning and policy mobilities through the Iron Curtain. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 28 (3): 805-822. [pdf]

Working Paper 11

Cook, I. R. (2013) Sex, education and the city: The urban politics and pedagogies of Kerb Crawling Education Programmes.

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R. (forthcoming) Making links between sex work, gender and victimisation: The politics and pedagogies of John Schools. Gender, Place and Culture. [pdf]

Working Paper 10

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2010) Conferences, informational infrastructures and mobile policies: The case of Business Improvement Districts in Sweden.

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2012) Conferences, informational infrastructures and mobile policies: The process of getting Sweden ‘BID ready’. European Urban and Regional Studies 19 (2): 137-152. [pdf]

Working Paper 9

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2010) Relational comparisons: The assembling of Cleveland’s waterfront plan.

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (In press) Relational comparisons: The assembling of Cleveland’s waterfront plan. Urban Geography 33 (6): 774-795. [pdf]

Working Paper 8

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2010) Trans-urban networks of learning, mega events and policy tourism: The case of Manchester’s Commonwealth and Olympic Games projects.

Revised version published as: Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2011) Trans-national networks of learning, mega-events and policy tourism: The case of Manchester’s Commonwealth and Olympic Games projects. Urban Studies 48 (12): 2519-2535. [pdf]

Working Paper 7

Ward, K. (2009) Policies in motion and in place: The case of Business Improvement Districts.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2011) Policies in motion and in place: The case of the Business Improvement Districts. In McCann, E. and Ward, K. (eds.) Mobile Urbanism: cities and policy-making in a global age. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 71-96.

Working Paper 6

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2008) Relationality/territoriality: Toward a conceptualisation of cities in the world.

Revised version published as: McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2010) Relationality/territoriality: Towards a conceptualization of cities in the world. Geoforum 41 (2): 175-184. [pdf]

Working Paper 5

Ward. K. (2008) Comparative urbanisms: Past work and future agendas.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2010) Towards a relational comparative approach to the study of cities. Progress in Human Geography 34 (4), 471-487.

Working Paper 4

Ward, K. (2007) ‘Creating a personality for downtown’: Business Improvement Districts in Milwaukee.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2007) Creating a personality for downtown: Business Improvement Districts in Milwaukee. Urban Geography 28 (8): 781-808.

Working Paper 3

Ward, K. (2007) ‘Clean, safe and friendly’: Wisconsin’s Business Improvement Districts.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2010) Entrepreneurial urbanism and Business Improvement Districts in the State of Wisconsin: A cosmopolitan critique. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (5): 1177-1196.

Working Paper 2

Ward, K. (2007) Business Improvement Districts: Policy origins, mobile policies and urban liveability.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2007) Business Improvement Districts: Policy origins, mobile policies and urban liveability. Geography Compass 1 (3): 657-672.

Working Paper 1

Ward, K. (2005) ‘Policies in motion’, urban management and state restructuring: The trans-local expansion of Business Improvement Districts.

Revised version published as: Ward, K. (2006) ‘Policies in motion’, urban management and state restructuring: The trans-local expansion of Business Improvement Districts. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30 (1): 54-75. [pdf]

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