Neil M. Coe connects relevant research areas such as Perspective (graphical), Conceptualization and Variety (cybernetics) in the realm of Artificial intelligence. His study connects Artificial intelligence and Perspective (graphical). Hegemony and Investment (military) are the subject areas of his Politics study. His Investment (military) study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Politics. He links relevant scientific disciplines such as Indigenous and Host (biology) in the realm of Ecology. He combines topics linked to Ecology with his work on Host (biology). Many of his studies on Operating system involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Fragmentation (computing) and Modular design. Neil M. Coe regularly links together related areas like Operating system in his Modular design studies. Task (project management) and Corporate governance are all intertwined in Management research.
Neil M. Coe bridges between several scientific fields such as Production (economics) and Foreign direct investment in his study of Macroeconomics. He merges Production (economics) with Macroeconomics in his study. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Economic geography and Regional science through his works. He incorporates Regional science and Economic geography in his studies. He integrates Law with Finance in his study. Neil M. Coe performs multidisciplinary study in Finance and Law in his work. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Market economy and Economy. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Economy and Globalization. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Market economy and Globalization.
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Global production networks and the analysis of economic development
Jeffrey W Henderson;Peter Dicken;Martin Hess;Neil Coe.
Review of International Political Economy (2002)
Global production networks: realizing the potential
Neil M. Coe;Peter Dicken;Martin Hess.
Journal of Economic Geography (2008)
‘Globalizing’ regional development: a global production networks perspective
Neil M. Coe;Martin Hess;Henry Wai Chung Yeung;Peter Dicken.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (2004)
Spaces and scales of innovation
Timothy G. Bunnell;Neil M. Coe.
Progress in Human Geography (2001)
Global Production Networks: Theorizing Economic Development in an Interconnected World
Neil M. Coe;Wai Chung Henry Yeung.
Research Papers in Economics (2015)
Toward a Dynamic Theory of Global Production Networks
Henry Wai-chung Yeung;Neil M. Coe.
Economic Geography (2015)
Spaces of Work: Global Capitalism and Geographies of Labour
Noel Castree;Neil M Coe;Kevin Ward;Michael Samers.
Constrained agency? Re-evaluating the geographies of labour:
Neil M. Coe;David C. Jordhus-Lier.
Progress in Human Geography (2011)
Economic Geography : A Contemporary Introduction
Neil M. Coe;Philip Francis Kelly;Henry Wai-Chung Yeung.
‘Spatializing’ knowledge communities: towards a conceptualization of transnational innovation networks
Neil M. Coe;Timothy G. Bunnell.
Global Networks-a Journal of Transnational Affairs (2003)
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