Trina Hamilton
TitleCited byYear
For slow scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university
A Mountz, A Bonds, B Mansfield, J Loyd, J Hyndman, M Walton-Roberts, ...
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (4), 1235-1259, 2015
3592015
Just green enough: contesting environmental gentrification in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
W Curran, T Hamilton
Local Environment 17 (9), 1027-1042, 2012
1852012
Global environmental standards for industry
DP Angel, T Hamilton, MT Huber
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 32 (1), 295, 2007
392007
From “Five Angry Women” to “Kick-ass Community”: Gentrification and Environmental Activism in Brooklyn and Beyond
T Hamilton, W Curran
Urban Studies 50 (8), 1557-1574, 2013
322013
The market for corporate responsibility reporting in the Americas
T Hamilton, DJ Tschopp
Growth and Change 43 (4), 563-589, 2012
122012
Beyond Market Signals: Negotiating Marketplace Politics and Corporate Responsibilities
T Hamilton
Economic Geography 89 (3), 285-307, 2013
112013
Putting corporate responsibility in its place
T Hamilton
Geography Compass 5 (10), 710-722, 2011
112011
Power in numbers: a call for analytical generosity toward new political strategies
T Hamilton
Environment and planning. A 41 (2), 284, 2009
112009
Just Green Enough: Urban Development and Environmental Gentrification
W Curran, T Hamilton
Routledge, 2017
102017
Breaking the brand: The social regulation of multinational corporations
T Hamilton
Clark University, 2006
42006
Development and Dependence Along the New York–Haiti Remittance Corridor
S Joseph, T Hamilton
The Professional Geographer 66 (1), 149-159, 2014
32014
The Potential Role for Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in Trade Agreements
D Tschopp, T Hamilton
Social and Environmental Accountability Journal 32 (1), 27-38, 2012
22012
Sustainable Practice? An Examination of Canada's Agricultural and Energy Cooperatives
J Stoll, JPH Poon, T Hamilton
The Professional Geographer 67 (2), 187-194, 2015
12015
Social power, offshore financial intermediaries and a network regulatory imaginary
JPH Poon, GKS Tan, T Hamilton
Political Geography 68, 55-65, 2019
2019
Preliminary Material
W Curran, T Hamilton
Just Green Enough, i-xxi, 2018
2018
A just enough green? Industrial gentrification and competing socio-natures in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
T Hamilton, W Curran
Just Green Enough, 54-68, 2017
2017
Just green enough: Contesting environmental gentrification in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
T Hamilton, W Curran
Just Green Enough, 37-53, 2017
2017
A just enough green? Industrial gentrification and competing socio-natures in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
W Curran, T Hamilton
Just Green Enough: Urban Development and Environmental Gentrification, 2017
2017
Trade governance at a crossroads: Continuity and change in uncertain times
A Cooke, T Hamilton, M Werner
Competition & Change 21 (5), 388-396, 2017
2017
Politics, Products, and Markets: Exploring Political Consumerism Past and Present. Edited by Michele Micheletti, Andreas Follesdal and Dietlind Stolle
H Trina
Economic Geography 84 (1), 123-125, 2008
2008
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