His primary areas of study are Capitalism, Economic geography, Neoliberalism, Globalization and State. His Capitalism research includes themes of Epistemology and Economic system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Urban governance and Circulation.
He has included themes like Political economy, Media studies, New Urbanism, Urban planning and Globalism in his Neoliberalism study. His Globalization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reterritorialization, Political geography and Democracy. His State research incorporates elements of Deterritorialization, Environmental ethics, Glocalization and Nationalism.
Neil Brenner mainly focuses on Economic geography, Urbanization, Political economy, Social science and State. His study in Urbanization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental ethics, Common sense and Urban anthropology. His work in Political economy tackles topics such as Neoliberalism which are related to areas like Market economy.
His Social science study combines topics in areas such as Epistemology and Urban theory. His Urban theory course of study focuses on Urbanism and Urban planning and Gentrification. Neil Brenner has researched State in several fields, including Political geography, Urban governance, Globalization, Capitalism and Power.
Neil Brenner mainly investigates Economic geography, Urbanization, Scale, Political economy and Agroforestry. Global city and Constellation are fields of study that overlap with his Economic geography research. The various areas that he examines in his Urbanization study include Environmental ethics, Pluralism and Exhibition, Visual arts.
Among his Scale studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Meteorology, Environmental resource management, Regional science, Urban theory and Regionalism. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in New economy and Urbanism, Tactical urbanism.
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New State Spaces: Urban Governance and the Rescaling of Statehood
Cities and the Geographies of “Actually Existing Neoliberalism”
Neil Brenner;Nik Theodore.
Neil Brenner;Bob Jessop;Martin Jones;Gordon MacLeod.
New State Spaces
Variegated neoliberalization: geographies, modalities, pathways
Neil Brenner;Jamie Peck;Nik Theodore.
Global Networks-a Journal of Transnational Affairs (2010)
Globalisation as Reterritorialisation: The Re-scaling of Urban Governance in the European Union
Urban Studies (1999)
The limits to scale? Methodological reflections on scalar structuration
Progress in Human Geography (2001)
Theorizing Sociospatial Relations
Bob Jessop;Neil Brenner;Martin Russell Jones.
Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe
Neil Brenner;Nik Theodore.
Beyond state-centrism? Space, territoriality, and geographical scale in globalization studies
Theory and Society (1999)
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