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Number of items: 23.

Allen, John (2002). Living on thin abstractions: more power/economic knowledge. Environment and Planning A, 34(3) pp. 451–466. file

Banks, Mark (2009). Fit and working again? The instrumental leisure of the ‘creative class’. Environment and Planning A, 41(3) pp. 668–681.

Barnett, Clive (2010). The politics of behaviour change. Environment and Planning A, 42(8) pp. 1881–1886.

Barnett, Clive and Scott, Dianne (2007). Space of opposition: activism and deliberation in post-apartheid environmental politics. Environment and Planning A, 39(11) pp. 2612–2631. file

Bingham, Nick (2006). Bees, butterflies, and bacteria: biotechnology and the politics of nonhuman friendship. Environment and Planning A, 38(3) pp. 483–498.

Bingham, Nick; Enticott, Gareth and Hinchliffe, Stephen (2008). Biosecurity: spaces, practices, and boundaries. Environment and Planning A, 40(7) pp. 1528–1533.

Bingham, Nick and Lavau, Stephanie (2012). The object of regulation: tending the tensions of food safety. Environment and Planning A, 44(7) pp. 1589–1606. file

Charlesworth, J.; Clarke, J. and Cochrane, A. (1995). Managing local mixed economies of care. Environment and Planning A, 27(9) pp. 1419–1435.

Cochrane, Allan and Etherington, David (2007). Managing local labour markets and making up new spaces of welfare. Environment and Planning A, 39(12) pp. 2958–2974.

Cochrane, Allan and Ward, Kevin (2012). Guest Editorial: Researching the geographies of policy mobility: confronting the methodological challenges. Environment and Planning A, 44(1) pp. 5–12. file

Degen, Monica; DeSilvey, Caitlin and Rose, Gillian (2008). Experiencing visualities in designed urban environments: learning from Milton Keynes. Environment and Planning A, 40(8) pp. 1901–1920.

Hetherington, Kevin (2003). Spatial textures: place, touch, and praesentia. Environment and Planning A, 35(11) pp. 1933–1944.

Hinchliffe, Stephen and Bingham, Nick (2008). Securing life: the emerging practices of biosecurity. Environment and Planning A, 40(7) pp. 1534–1551.

Hinchliffe, Stephen; Kearnes, Matthew B.; Degen, Monica and Whatmore, Sarah (2007). Ecologies and economies of action: sustainability, calculations, and other things. Environment and Planning A, 39(2) pp. 260–282.

Jupp, Eleanor (2007). Participation, local knowledge and empowerment: researching public space with young people. Environment and Planning A, 39(12) pp. 2832–2844.

Law, John (2006). Disaster in agriculture: Or foot and mouth mobilities. Environment and Planning A, 38(2) pp. 227–239.

Levidow, Les and Papaioannou, Theo (2014). UK biofuel policy: envisaging sustainable biofuels, shaping institutions and futures. Environment and Planning A, 46(2) pp. 280–298. file

Mohan, Giles (2006). Embedded cosmopolitanism and the politics of obligation: the Ghanaian diaspora and development. Environment and Planning A, 38(5) pp. 867–883. file

Pelling, Mark; High, Chris; Dearing, John and Smith, Denis (2008). Shadow spaces for social learning: a relational understanding of adaptive capacity to climate change within organisations. Environment and Planning A, 40(4) pp. 867–884. file

Raghuram, Parvati and Kofman, Eleonore (2002). The state, skilled labour markets, and immigration: the case of doctors in England. Environment and Planning A, 34(11) pp. 2071–2089.

Robinson, Jennifer (2008). Developing ordinary cities: city visioning processes in Durban and Johannesburg. Environment and Planning A, 40(1) pp. 74–87.

Stenner, Paul; Church, Andrew and Bhatti, Mark (2012). Human-landscape relations and the occupation of space: experiencing and expressing domestic gardens. Environment and Planning A, 44(7) pp. 1712–1727. file

Thompson, Grahame F. (2005). Is the future 'regional' for global standards? Environment and Planning A, 37(11) pp. 2053–2071.

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