Pauline M McGuirk focuses on Corporate governance, Public administration, Context, State and Social science. Corporate governance is often connected to Politics in her work. The Political geography research she does as part of her general Politics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Interventionism, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
The Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Neoliberalism, Property, Metropolitan area and Central government. Her State research integrates issues from Management, Scope, Economic system and Public relations. Her Social science research includes elements of Contingency and Assemblage.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Corporate governance, Politics, Public administration, Political economy and Economy. Pauline M McGuirk has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Economic growth, Metropolitan area, Economic system and State. Her Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gender studies, Field and Economic geography.
Her research integrates issues of Government, Central government, Diversity and Media studies in her study of Public administration. Her Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Popularity and Urban hierarchy. Her Economy study incorporates themes from Indigenous, Property and Prosperity.
Her primary areas of investigation include Political economy, Corporate governance, Media studies, Smart city and Politics. Her study looks at the relationship between Political economy and topics such as Tourism, which overlap with Popularity and Mobilities. Her work deals with themes such as Economic system and Materiality, which intersect with Corporate governance.
Her studies deal with areas such as Australian Dream and Human geography as well as Media studies. Smart city is intertwined with Urbanism, Public administration, Metropolitan area, Local government and Post hoc in her research. Her studies in Politics integrate themes in fields like Scholarship, Field and Power.
Pauline M McGuirk spends much of her time researching Economic growth, Assemblage, Corporate governance, Agency and Production. Her Assemblage research incorporates themes from Urban regeneration and Aesthetics. Pauline M McGuirk undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Corporate governance and Housing First in her work.
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Using questionnaires in qualitative human geography
Pauline M. McGuirk;Phillip O'Neill.
Situating Communicative Planning Theory: Context, Power, and Knowledge
P M McGuirk.
Environment and Planning A (2001)
Assemblage thinking as methodology: commitments and practices for critical policy research
Tom Baker;Pauline M McGuirk.
Territory, Politics, Governance (2017)
Neoliberalist Planning? Re‐thinking and Re‐casting Sydney's Metropolitan Planning
Pauline M. McGUIRK.
Geographical Research (2005)
Watering the suburbs: distinction, conformity and the suburban garden
L. E. Askew;P. M. McGuirk.
Australian Geographer (2004)
Power and Policy Networks in Urban Governance: Local Government and Property-led Regeneration in Dublin
Pauline M. McGuirk.
Urban Studies (2000)
Neoliberal privatisation?: remapping the public and the private in Sydney's masterplanned residential estates
Pauline McGuirk;Robyn Dowling.
Political Geography (2009)
State, Strategy, and Scale in the Competitive City: A Neo-Gramscian Analysis of the Governance of ‘Global Sydney’:
Pauline M McGuirk.
Environment and Planning A (2004)
Retrofitting cities: Local governance in Sydney, Australia
Robyn Dowling;Pauline M McGuirk;Harriet Bulkeley.
Changing Approaches to Urban Planning in an ‘Entrepreneurial City’: The Case of Dublin
Pauline M. Mcguirk;Andrew Maclaran.
European Planning Studies (2001)
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