Ivan Turok focuses on Economic growth, Economic geography, Development economics, Urbanization and Public policy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Order and Post apartheid. His Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Competition, Face, Scale and Economy.
As a part of the same scientific study, Ivan Turok usually deals with the Scale, concentrating on Competitive advantage and frequently concerns with Position. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Population decline and Social issues. His study looks at the relationship between Urbanization and topics such as Human geography, which overlap with Human development, Urban density and Urban planning.
Ivan Turok spends much of his time researching Economic growth, Economic geography, Development economics, Urbanization and Economy. His Economic growth research incorporates themes from Context, Political economy, Human geography and Urban planning. As part of his studies on Urban planning, Ivan Turok often connects relevant subjects like Public policy.
His work deals with themes such as Cohesion and Corporate governance, which intersect with Economic geography. His Development economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economies of agglomeration, Informal settlements and Prosperity. In most of his Urbanization studies, his work intersects topics such as Economic system.
His primary areas of study are Development economics, Urbanization, Economic growth, Economic geography and Informal settlements. His Development economics research integrates issues from Tertiary sector of the economy, Value and Public housing. His study in Urbanization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economies of agglomeration, Diminishing returns, Civil society and National government.
Economic growth is frequently linked to Economic system in his study. In his research, Regional economics is intimately related to Competitive advantage, which falls under the overarching field of Economic system. In his study, Key is strongly linked to Urban density, which falls under the umbrella field of Economic geography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic growth, Development economics, Urbanization, Regional studies and Informal settlements. Economic growth is closely attributed to Urban planning in his research. His research integrates issues of Tertiary sector of the economy, Value, World order and Anxiety in his study of Development economics.
His Urbanization research includes elements of Neglect, Civil society and National government. A majority of his Regional studies research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Operations research, Library science, Management, Higher education and Value. He has researched Informal settlements in several fields, including Urban density, Key, Rural poverty and Economic geography.
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The trajectories of European cities, 1960–2005
Ivan Turok;Vlad Mykhnenko.
Cities, Regions and Competitiveness
Regional Studies (2004)
Property-Led Urban Regeneration: Panacea or Placebo?:
Environment and Planning A (1992)
Changing Cities: Rethinking Urban Competitiveness, Cohesion and Governance
Alan Harding;N. Buck;I Gordon;I Turok.
Cities, Clusters and Creative Industries: The Case of Film and Television in Scotland
European Planning Studies (2003)
Inward Investment and Local Linkages: How Deeply Embedded is “Silicon Glen”?
Regional Studies (1993)
Competitive Cities: Introduction to the Review
William F. Lever;Ivan Turok.
Urban Studies (1999)
Persistent Polarisation Post-Apartheid? Progress towards Urban Integration in Cape Town:
Urban Studies (2001)
The Distinctive City: Pitfalls in the Pursuit of Differential Advantage
Environment and Planning A (2009)
Urbanization and economic growth: the arguments and evidence for Africa and Asia:
Ivan Turok;Gordon McGranahan.
Environment and Urbanization (2013)
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