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The Neoliberal City: Governance, ideology, and development in American urbanism.
J Hackworth
Cornell University Press, 2007
2029*2007
The changing state of gentrification
J Hackworth, N Smith
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 92 (4), 464-477, 2001
13122001
Postrecession gentrification in New York city
J Hackworth
Urban Affairs Review 37 (6), 815-843, 2002
6302002
Ethnic packaging and gentrification: The case of four neighborhoods in Toronto
J Hackworth, J Rekers
Urban Affairs Review 41 (2), 211-236, 2005
2612005
Neoliberalism, contingency and urban policy: The case of social housing in Ontario
J Hackworth, A Moriah
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30 (3), 510-527, 2006
2282006
Faith Based: Religious neoliberalism and the politics of welfare in the United States
J Hackworth
University of Georgia Press, 2012
1552012
The limits to market-based strategies for addressing land abandonment in shrinking American cities
J Hackworth
Progress in Planning 90, 1-37, 2014
1382014
Rightsizing as spatial austerity in the American Rust Belt
J Hackworth
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 47 (4), 766-782, 2015
1372015
Local autonomy, bond-rating agencies and neoliberal urbanism in the United States
J Hackworth
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 26 (4), 707-725, 2002
1122002
Inner-city real estate investment, gentrification, and economic recession in New York City
J Hackworth
Environment and Planning A 33 (5), 863-880, 2001
1072001
Demolition as Urban Policy in the American Rust Belt
J Hackworth
Environment and Planning A 48 (11), 2201-2222, 2016
992016
Manufacturing Decline: How Racism and the Conservative Movement Crush the American Rust Belt.
J Hackworth
Columbia University Press, 2019
81*2019
Urban pattern and land cover variation in the greater Toronto area
T Conway, J Hackworth
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 51 (1), 43-57, 2007
742007
Progressive activism in a neoliberal context: The case of efforts to retain public housing in the United States
J Hackworth
Studies in political economy 75 (1), 29-51, 2005
602005
The durability of roll-out neoliberalism under centre-left governance: The case of Ontario’s social housing sector
J Hackworth
Studies in Political Economy 81 (1), 7-26, 2008
592008
Emergent urban forms, or emergent post-modernisms? A comparison of large US metropolitan areas
J Hackworth
Urban Geography 26 (6), 484-519, 2005
562005
Faith, welfare, and the city: The mobilization of religious organizations for neoliberal ends
J Hackworth
Urban geography 31 (6), 750-773, 2010
532010
The collision of faith and economic development in Toronto’s inner suburban industrial districts
J Hackworth, K Stein
Urban Affairs Review 48 (1), 37-63, 2012
442012
Public housing and the rescaling of regulation in the USA
J Hackworth
Environment and Planning A 35 (3), 531-549, 2003
422003
Race and the production of extreme land abandonment in the American Rust Belt
J Hackworth
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42 (1), 51-73, 2018
392018
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