Nicholas A. Phelps mostly deals with Economic geography, Economy, Economies of agglomeration, Corporate governance and Politics. His Economic geography research integrates issues from Globalization, Restructuring, State, Division of labour and Metropolitan area. The Economy study combines topics in areas such as Market economy, Inward investment, Foreign direct investment and Manufacturing.
His Economies of agglomeration research incorporates themes from Externality and Urban agglomeration. As a part of the same scientific study, Nicholas A. Phelps usually deals with the Corporate governance, concentrating on Capital and frequently concerns with Media studies, East Asia, Urban planning and Redress. As a member of one scientific family, Nicholas A. Phelps mostly works in the field of Politics, focusing on Human settlement and, on occasion, Urban politics and Urbanization.
His primary scientific interests are in Economic geography, Politics, Economy, Foreign direct investment and Corporate governance. His Economic geography research incorporates elements of Human settlement, State, Urbanization, China and Economies of agglomeration. His studies deal with areas such as Economic growth and Urban studies as well as China.
His Politics study combines topics in areas such as Environmental studies, Capital, Political economy and Development economics. His Foreign direct investment research focuses on subjects like Multinational corporation, which are linked to Restructuring. The various areas that Nicholas A. Phelps examines in his Corporate governance study include Government and Public administration.
Nicholas A. Phelps spends much of his time researching Economic geography, Urban studies, China, Politics and Corporate governance. His Economic geography research includes themes of Diversity, Globalization and Embeddedness. His Urban studies study also includes
His China study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth, Urbanization, Economy and Foreign direct investment. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Financialization, Political economy and Public administration. Nicholas A. Phelps combines subjects such as Urban theory and Urban form with his study of Corporate governance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic geography, Urban studies, China, Globalization and Polycentricity. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Economic geography and Variety in his work. His Urban studies research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Suburbanization, Urbanization and Local planning.
His Urbanization research includes elements of Social science, Metropolitan area and Urban sprawl. His research in the fields of Yangtze river overlaps with other disciplines such as Delta. Nicholas A. Phelps interconnects State, Corporate governance and Agency in the investigation of issues within Economic system.
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Contrasts in agglomeration: proto-industrial, industrial and post-industrial forms compared
N. A. Phelps;T. Ozawa.
Progress in Human Geography (2003)
Embedding the multinationals ? institutions and the development of overseas manufacturing affiliates in Wales and North East England.
N. A. Phelps;Danny Mackinnon;Ian Stone;Paul Braidford.
Regional Studies (2003)
Multinationals, Intracorporate Competition, and Regional Development
Nick Phelps;Crispian Fuller.
Economic Geography (2000)
Clusters, dispersion and the spaces in between: for an economic geography of the banal
Urban Studies (2004)
Post-Suburban Europe: Planning and Politics at the Margins of Europe's Capital Cities
Nicholas Phelps;Nick Parsons;Dimitrios Ballas;Andrew Dowling.
Small Firms, Borrowed Size and the Urban‐Rural Shift
N. A. Phelps;R. J. Fallon;C. L. Williams.
Regional Studies (2001)
The New Post-suburban Politics?
Nicholas A. Phelps;Andrew M. Wood.
Urban Studies (2011)
A Postsuburban World? An Outline of a Research Agenda
Nicholas A Phelps;Andrew M Wood;David C Valler.
Environment and Planning A (2010)
External Economies, Agglomeration and Flexible Accumulation
Nicholas A. Phelps.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (1992)
Branch Plants and the Evolving Spatial Division of Labour: A Study of Material Linkage Change in the Northern Region of England
N. A. Phelps.
Regional Studies (1993)
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