2007 - Member of Academia Europaea
His primary areas of study are Economy, Corporate governance, Politics, Political economy and Social economy. His Economy research incorporates elements of Capitalism, Economic geography and Flexibility. His Economic geography research includes themes of Value and Commodity.
His Corporate governance research integrates issues from Capital, Municipal waste management, Key, Economic system and Civil engineering. Ray Hudson works mostly in the field of Politics, limiting it down to topics relating to State and, in certain cases, Socioeconomic development, Public policy, Development economics and Value. Ray Hudson has included themes like Variety and Regional planning in his Political economy study.
His main research concerns Economy, Politics, Economic system, Economic geography and Political economy. Ray Hudson interconnects Capitalism, Division of labour and Restructuring in the investigation of issues within Economy. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Development economics and Economic history.
His Economic system research includes elements of Capital, Capital accumulation, Corporate governance and Globalization. When carried out as part of a general Economic geography research project, his work on Human geography is frequently linked to work in Industrial production and Regional development, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Variety and State.
Ray Hudson spends much of his time researching Economy, Political economy, Economic geography, Economic growth and Economic system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Empirical evidence, Globalization and Capitalism in addition to Economy. His Political economy research focuses on Politics and how it connects with Conversation.
His work carried out in the field of Economic geography brings together such families of science as Economies of agglomeration, European integration and Remanufacturing. His Economic growth study incorporates themes from Population growth and Urban governance. The Economic system study which covers Industrialisation that intersects with State.
Ray Hudson mostly deals with Economy, Economic geography, Development economics, Globalization and Political economy. His study in Economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Empirical evidence and Capitalism. Economic geography is often connected to European integration in his work.
His Development economics research integrates issues from Context, Economic policy, Scale and Brexit. His Globalization research incorporates elements of Economies of agglomeration, Remanufacturing and Urban agglomeration. The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Variety, Control and Surplus value.
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Placing the Social Economy
Ash Amin;Angus Cameron;Raymond Hudson.
Networks of value, commodities and regions: reworking divisions of labour in macro-regional economies
Adrian Smith;Al Rainnie;Mick Dunford;Jane Hardy.
Progress in Human Geography (2002)
‘The Learning Economy, the Learning Firm and the Learning Region’ A Sympathetic Critique of the Limits to Learning
European Urban and Regional Studies (1999)
Resilient regions in an uncertain world: wishful thinking or a practical reality?
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society (2010)
Economic Geographies: Circuits, Flows and Spaces
Re-thinking change in old industrial regions : reflecting on the experiences of North East England.
Environment and Planning A (2005)
Modes of governing municipal waste
Harriet Bulkeley;Matt Watson;Ray Hudson.
Environment and Planning A (2007)
Images of the urban environment
Douglas Charles David Pocock;Raymond Hudson.
Regions and Regional Uneven Development Forever? Some Reflective Comments upon Theory and Practice
Regional Studies (2007)
Conceptualizing economies and their geographies: spaces, flows and circuits
Progress in Human Geography (2004)
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