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Publications

  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2003) Deconstructing Clusters: Chaotic Concept or Policy Panacea? Journal of Economic Geography, 3, pp. 5-35.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and Schramm, M. (2004) The Strategic Bombing of German Cities during WWII and its Impact on City Growth, Journal of Economic Geography, 4, pp. 201-218.
  • Gardiner, B., Martin, R. L. and Tyler, P. (2004) Competitiveness, Productivity and Economic Growth across the European Regions, Regional Studies, 38, pp. 1045-1067.
  • Kitson, M., Martin, R.L. and Tyler, P. (2004) Regional Competitiveness: An Elusive yet Key Concept? Regional Studies, 38, pp.991-999.
  • Klagge, B. and Martin, R.L. (2005) Decentralised versus Centralised Financial Systems; Is There a Case for Local Capital Markets? Journal of Economic Geography, 5, pp. 387-422.
  • Martin, R.L., Berndt, C., Klagge, B. and Sunley, P.J.. (2005) Spatial Proximity Effects and Regional Equity Gaps in the Venture Capital Market: Evidence from Germany and the United Kingdom, Environment and Planning A, 37, pp. 1207-1231.
  • Asheim, B., Cooke, P. and Martin, R.L. (Eds) (2006) Clusters and Regional Development, London: Routledge, 289 pp.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and Schramm, M. (2006) Putting New Economic Geography to the Test: Free-ness of Trade and Agglomeration in the EU Regions, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 36, pp. 613-636.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2006) Path Dependence and Regional Economic Evolution, Journal of Economic Geography, 6, pp. 395-438.
  • Baxter, C., Moore, B., Morrison, N., McGaffin, R., Otero-García, M., and Tyler, P. (2007) Enterprising Places; Sustaining Competitive Locations for Knowledge-based Business, CMI MIT Research Series, Cambridge.
  • Bosker, M., Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and Schramm, M. (2007) Looking for Multiple Equilibria when Geography Matters, Journal of Urban Economics, 61, pp. 152-169.
  • Sunley, P.J. and Martin, R.L., (2007). New Path Creation and the City Region Economy: some Conceptual Issues and an Exploratory Analysis, Ch. 4 in Simmie, J and Carpenter, J (Eds) Path Dependence and the Evolution of City-Region Economies, NESTA, London.
  • Tyler, P. and Baxter, C. (2007) Facilitating Enterprising Places: the Role of Intermediaries in the United States and the United Kingdom. In Polenski., K (Ed) The Economic Geography of Innovation, Cambridge University Press.
  • Bosker, M., Brakman, S., Garresten, H., de Jong, H. and Schramm, M. (2008) Ports, Plagues and Politics, Explaining Italian City Growth 1300-1861, European Review of Economic History, 12, pp. 97-131.
  • Bosker, M., Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and Schramm, M. (2008) A Century of Shocks: The Evolution of the German City Size Distribution, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 38, pp. 330-347.
  • Martin, R.L. (2008) National Growth versus Spatial Equality; A cautionary note on the new 'trade off' thinking in regional policy discourse, Regional Science Policy & Practice 1, pp. 3-13.
  • Simmie, J. and Martin, R.L. (2008) History Matters: Path Dependence and Innovation in British City-Regions, Research Report, NESTA, London.
  • Simmie, J. and Martin, R.L. (2008) Path Dependence and Innovation in City-Regions, International Journal of Innovation Management, Policy and Practice, 10, pp. 183-196.
  • Bosker, M. and Garresten, H. (2009) Economic Development and the Geography of Institutions, Journal of Economic Geography, 9, pp. 295-328.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and van Marrewijk, C. (2009) Economic Geography within and between European Nations: The Role of Market Potential and Density across Space and Time, Journal of Regional Science, 49, pp. 777-800.
  • Bosker, M. and Garretsen, H. (2010) Trade Costs and Empirical New Economic Geography, Papers in Regional Science, 89, pp.485-511.
  • Christopherson, S., Michie, J. and Tyler, P. (2010) Regional Resilience: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 3,pp. 3-10.
  • Garretsen, H. and Martin, R.L. (2010) Towards More Credible (New) Economic Geography Models: Taking Geography and History Seriously, Spatial Economic Analysis, 5, pp. 127-160.
  • Martin, R.L. (2010) Uneven Regional Growth The Geographies of Boom and Bust under New Labour, Ch 3, in Coe, N and Jones, A (Eds) The Economic Geography of the UK, London Sage , pp. 29-46.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2010) Regional Competitiveness: Clusters or Dynamic Comparative Advantage, Ch. 20 in Huggins,R. and Izushi, H. (Eds): Competition, Competitive Advantage and Clusters: The Ideas of Michael Porter: Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 211-237.
  • Simmie, J. and Martin, R.L. (2010) Regional Economic Resilience: Towards an Evolutionary Approach, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 3, pp. 29-51.
  • Tyler, P. with Warnock, C. and Provins, A. (2010) Valuing the Benefits of Regeneration, Economics Paper 7, Department for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Gardiner, B., Martin, R.L. and Tyler, P. (2011) Does Spatial Agglomeration increase National Growth? Evidence from the European Union, Journal of Economic Geography, 11, pp. 979-1006.
  • Garretsen, H., Roberts, M. and Tyler, P. (2011) Geography and Development, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 4, pp.157-162.
  • Groot, S, Mohlmann, J., de Groot, H. and Garretsen, H. (2011) The Crisis Sensitivity of European Countries and Regions, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 4, pp. 437-456.
  • Kitson, M., Martin, R.L. and Tyler, P. (2011) The Geographies of Austerity, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 4, pp. 289-302.
  • Martin, R.L. (2011) Regional Competitiveness: From Endowments to Externalities to Evolution, Ch. 18 in Cooke, P., Boschma, R., Martin, R.L., Schwarz, D., Asheim, B. and Toedtling, F. (Eds) Handbook of Regional Growth and Innovation, Routledge, London, pp. 234-245.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2011) Conceptualising Cluster Evolution: Beyond the Life Cycle Model? Regional Studies (Special Issue on Cluster Evolution, Eds. R. Boschma and D. Fornahl), 45, pp. 1295-1318.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2011) The New Economic Geography and Policy Relevance, Journal of Economic Geography 11, pp. 357-370.
  • Tyler, P. (2011) What Should Be the Long-Term Strategy for Places with Patterns of Decline and Underperformance? In SERC, Strategies for Underperforming Places, SERC Policy Paper 6, London.
  • Bond, S., Gardiner, B. and Tyler, P. (2012) The Impact of Enterprise Zone Tax Incentives on Local Property Markets in England: Who Actually Benefits? Working Paper, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
  • Bosker, M., Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and Scramm, M. (2012) Relaxing Hukou: Increased Labor Mobility and China's Economic Geography, Journal of Urban Economics, 72, pp. 252-266.
  • Bosker, M. and Garresten, H. (2012) Economic geography and economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa, World Bank Economic Review, 26, 3, pp.443-485.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H., Oumer, A. and van Marrewijk, C. (2012) The Border Populations Effects of EU Integration, Journal of Regional Science, 52, pp. 40-59.
  • Fingleton, B., Garretsen, H. and Martin, R.L. (2012) Recessionary Shocks and Regional Employment: Evidence on the Resilience of the UK Regions, Journal of Regional Science, 52, pp. 109-133.
  • Gardiner, B., Martin, R.L., Sunley, P.J. and Tyler, P. (2012) Regional Resilience and Economic Structure, Paper presented at the Regional Studies Association Conference, University of Delft, May 2012.
  • Martin, R.L. (2012) London's Economy: From Resurgence, to Recession to Rebalancing, Ch. 6 in Tewdwr-Jones, M. Phelps, N. and Freestone, R. (Eds) The Planning Imagination: Peter Hall and the Study of Urban and Regional Planning, London: Routledge.
  • Martin, R. L. (2012) Regional Economic Resilience, Hysteresis and Recessionary Shocks, Journal of Economic Geography, 12, pp. 10-32.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P.J. (2012) Forms of Emergence and the Evolution of Economic Landscapes, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation, 82, pp. 338-351.
  • Tyler, P. (2012) Making Enterprise Zones Work: Lessons from Previous Enterprise Zone Policy in the United Kingdom, Mimeo, Department for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Beugelsdijk, S., Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and van Marrewijk, C. (2013) International Economics and Business, Nations and Firms in the Global Economy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, July 2013, 474 pp.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H., van Marrewijk, C. and van Witteloostuijn, A. (2013) "Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions and Revealed Comparative Advantage", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy,22(1): 28-57.
  • Brakman, S. and van Marrewijk, C (2013) Lumpy countries, urbanization and Trade, Journal of International Economics, 89, pp.252-261.
  • Derbyshire, J., Gardiner, B., and Waights, S. (2013) Estimating the capital stock for the NUTS2 regions of the EU27, forthcoming in Applied Economics, 45, pp. 1133-1149.
  • Dikova, D., Garretsen, H., Smeets, R. and van Ees, H. (2013) "In the Long Run We're All Dead: Exploring MNE Affiliates Short-Term Responses to Financial Crises, International Business Review,. 22(1), pp-. 201-215.
  • Donald, B., Gertler, M.S. and Tyler, P. (2013) Creatives after the crash, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6, 3-21.
  • Gardiner, B., Martin, R.L. and Tyler, P. (2013) Spatially Unbalanced Growth in the UK Economy, forthcoming in Journal of Economic Geography
  • Bosker, M., Garretsen, H., Marlet, G and v Woerkens, C. (2014) Nether Lands: evidence on the price and perception of rare flood disasters. CEPR, Discussion paper, No. DP10307.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H. and van Marrewijk, C. (2014) New Economic Geography: Endogenizing Location in an International Trade Model, Chapter 30, pp. 569-589 in in Fischer, M.M. and Nijkamp, P. (eds) Handbook of Regional Science, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1732 pp. Forthcoming.
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H and Oumer, A (2014) Town Twinning and German City Growth. CESifo Working Paper Series.
  • Brakman, S. Garretsen, H and Zhao, Z. (2014) Spatial concentration of manufacturing firms in China. CESifo Working Paper Series.
  • Martin, R.L. (2014) Path Dependence and the Spatial Economy: A Key Concept in Retrospect and Prospect, Chapter 32, pp. 609-629 in Fischer, M.M. and Nijkamp, P. (eds) Handbook of Regional Science, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1732 pp. Forthcoming.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (2014) 'On the Notion of Regional Economic Resilience: Conceptualisation and Explanation'. Journal of Economic Geography. http://joeg.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2014/07/02/jeg.lbu015.full
  • Brakman, S., Garretsen, H and v Marrewijk, C. (2015). Regional resilience across Europe: on urbanisation and the initial impact of the Great Recession, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. doi 10.1093/cjres/rsv005.
  • Fingleton, B., Garretsen, H and Martin, R.L. (2015) 'Shocking Aspects of Monetary Union: The Vulnerability of Regions in Euroland'. Submitted to Journal of Economic Geography for special issue on 'The Future of Europe'
  • Gardiner, B, Martin, R.L., Sunley, P. and Tyler, P. (forthcoming) Local long-run growth evolutions across Britain: some exploratory empirics.
  • Martin, R.L. (Forthcoming) Cumulative Causation, Endogenous Growth and Regional Development, Wiley-AAG Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth. Environment and Technology
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