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Number of items: 23.

2014

Allen, John and Cochrane, Allan (2014). The urban unbound: London's politics and the 2012 Olympic Games. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(5) pp. 1609–1624. file

Allen, John and Lavau, Stephanie (2014). 'Just-in-time' disease: biosecurity, poultry, and power. Journal of Cultural Economy (In press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

2013

Allen, John and Pryke, Michael (2013). Financializing household water: Thames water, MEIF, and 'ring-fenced' politics. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6(3) pp. 419–439.

Hinchliffe, Steve; Allen, John; Lavau, Stephanie; Bingham, Nick and Carter, Simon (2013). Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 38(4) pp. 531–543. file

Allen, John (2013). Author's response: The difference that space makes. Progress in Human Geography, 37(3) pp. 458–460.

2012

Allen, John (2012). A more than relational geography? Dialogues in Human Geography, 2(2) pp. 190–193.

2011

Allen, John (2011). Topological twists: Power's shifting geographies. Dialogues in Human Geography, 1(3) pp. 283–298. file

Allen, John (2011). Powerful assemblages? Area, 43(2) pp. 154–157. file

Allen, John (2011). Making space for topology. Dialogues in Human Geography, 1(3) pp. 316–318. file

2010

Allen, John (2010). Powerful City Networks: More than Connections, Less than Domination and Control. Urban Studies, 47(13) pp. 2895–2911. file

Allen, John and Cochrane, Allan (2010). Assemblages of State Power: Topological Shifts in the Organization of Government and Politics. Antipode, 42(5) pp. 1071–1089. file

Allen, John (2010). The City and finance: changing landscapes of power. In: Coe, Neil and Jones, Andrew eds. The Economic Geography of the UK. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 49–60. file

2009

Allen, John (2009). Three spaces of power: Territory, networks, plus a topological twist in the tale of domination and authority. Journal of Power, 2(2) pp. 197–212. file

2008

Allen, John (2008). Pragmatism and power, or the power to make a difference in a radically contingent world. Geoforum, 39(4) pp. 1613–1624. file

Allen, John (2008). Powerful geographies: Spatial shifts in the architecture of globalization. In: Clegg, Stewart R. and Haugaard, Mark eds. The SAGE Handbook of Power. UK: Sage, pp. 157–174. file

Allen, John (2008). Responsabilité au travail et mondialisation: au-delà du système de sweatshop. In: Benelli, Natalie and Rosende, Magdalena eds. Laboratories du Travail. Lausanne: Antipodes, pp. 93–104. file

2007

Allen, John and Cochrane, Allan (2007). Beyond the territorial fix: Regional assemblages, politics and power. Regional Studies, 41(9) pp. 1161–1175. file

Allen, John (2007). The cultural spaces of Siegfried Kracauer: The many surfaces of Berlin. New Formations(61) pp. 20–33. file

2006

Allen, John (2006). Ambient power: Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz and the seductive logic of public spaces. Urban Studies, 43(2) pp. 441–455. file

2004

Allen, John (2004). The whereabouts of power: politics, government and space. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 86(1) pp. 19–32. file

2003

Allen, John (2003). Lost geographies of power. RGS-IBG Book Series. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

2002

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

1998

Allen, John; Massey, Doreen; Cochrane, Allan; Charlesworth, Julie; Court, Gill; Henry, Nick and Sarre, Philip (1998). Rethinking the region. London: Routledge.

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