Wendy Larner
Wendy Larner
Professor of Human Geography and Sociology, University of Bristol
Verified email at bristol.ac.uk
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Fear of a queer planet: Queer politics and social theory
M Warner
U of Minnesota Press, 1993
3795*1993
Neo-liberalism: Policy, ideology, governmentality
W Larner
Studies in political economy 63 (1), 5-25, 2000
22762000
Neoliberalism?
W Larner
Environment and planning D: society and space 21 (5), 509-512, 2003
9142003
Global governmentality: governing international spaces
W Larner, W Walters
Routledge, 2004
6642004
After neoliberalism? Community activism and local partnerships in Aotearoa New Zealand
W Larner, D Craig
Antipode 37 (3), 402-424, 2005
4342005
Travelling technocrats, embodied knowledges: Globalising privatisation in telecoms and water
W Larner, N Laurie
Geoforum 41 (2), 218-226, 2010
3162010
Globalization as governmentality
W Larner, W Walters
Alternatives 29 (5), 495-514, 2004
2452004
False localising signs
AJ Larner
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 74 (4), 415-418, 2003
2402003
The spaces and subjects of a globalising economy: a situated exploration of method
W Larner, R Le Heron
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20 (6), 753-774, 2002
2212002
Expatriate experts and globalising governmentalities: the New Zealand diaspora strategy
W Larner
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32 (3), 331-345, 2007
2172007
Neo-liberalizing spaces and subjectivities: Reinventing New Zealand universities
W Larner, R Le Heron
Organization 12 (6), 843-862, 2005
1982005
Global benchmarking: Participating ‘at a distance’in the globalizing economy
W Larner, R Le Heron
Global governmentality: Governing international spaces, 212-232, 2004
1752004
The political rationality of" new regionalism": Toward a genealogy of the region
W Larner, W Walters
Theory and society 31 (3), 391-432, 2002
1612002
Neoliberalism in (regional) theory and practice: The stronger communities action fund in New Zealand
W Larner
Geographical Research 43 (1), 9-18, 2005
1552005
Gove Rnme Ntalities of local partnerships: The rise of a “partnering state” in New Zealand
W Larner, M Butler
Studies in Political Economy 75 (1), 79-101, 2005
1402005
12 Insecurity and the dream of targeted governance
M Valverde, M Mopas
Global governmentality: Governing international spaces 28, 233, 2004
1392004
Post-welfare state governance: Towards a code of social and family responsibility
W Larner
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 7 (2), 244-265, 2000
1282000
Calculating the social
V Higgins, W Larner
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
1172010
The limits of post-politics: Rethinking radical social enterprise
W Larner
The post-political and its discontents: Spaces of depoliticisation, spectres …, 2014
1032014
Introduction: global governmentality
W Larner, W Walters
1002004
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