Emily T Rosenman
TitleCited byYear
Tearing down the city to save it?‘Back-door regionalism’and the demolition coalition in Cleveland, Ohio
E Rosenman, S Walker
Environment and Planning A 48 (2), 273-291, 2016
192016
The geographies of social finance: Poverty regulation through the ‘invisible heart’of markets
E Rosenman
Progress in Human Geography 43 (1), 141-162, 2019
182019
The shrinkage machine: race, class, and the renewal of urban capital
E Rosenman, S Walker, E Wyly
Uprooting Urban America: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives on Race, Class, and …, 2014
72014
Diversity, representation, and the limits of engaged pluralism in (economic) geography
E Rosenman, J Loomis, K Kay
Progress in Human Geography, 0309132519833453, 2019
62019
On economic geography's “movers” to business and management schools: A response from outside “the project”
D Cockayne, A Horton, K Kay, J Loomis, E Rosenman
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (7), 1510-1518, 2018
62018
The road away from home: policy and power in post-Katrina New Orleans
E Rosenman
University of British Columbia, 2011
32011
Capital and conscience: Poverty management and the financialization of good intentions in the San Francisco Bay Area
E Rosenman
Urban Geography 40 (8), 1124-1147, 2019
22019
Engels in the Crescent City: Revisiting the Housing Question in post-Katrina New Orleans.
C Herring, E Rosenman
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 15 (3), 2016
12016
The practice of demolishing abandoned houses in Cleveland, Ohio is limited in its capacity to address underlying causes of housing injustice
S Walker, E Rosenman
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
2016
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