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Stuart Dawley
Newcastle University
47Publications
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#1Neill Marshall (Newcastle University)H-Index: 4
#2Stuart Dawley (Newcastle University)H-Index: 13
Last.Mike Coombes (Newcastle University)H-Index: 24
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Developing an evolutionary perspective towards the changing anatomy of the banking sector reveals the enduring tensions and contradictions between spatial centralisation and the possibilities for decentralisation before, during and after the British banking crisis. The shift from banking boom to crisis in 2007 is conceptualised as a significant and on-going moment in the long-term evolution of the historical institutional-spatial dominance of London over other city-regions in Britain. The analys...
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#1Stuart Dawley (Newcastle University)H-Index: 13
#2Danny MacKinnon (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
Last.Robert Pollock (Newcastle University)H-Index: 1
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#1Danny MacKinnon (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
#2Stuart Dawley (Newcastle University)H-Index: 13
Last.Andrew CumbersH-Index: 23
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A burgeoning strand of evolutionary economic geography (EEG) research is addressing questions of regional path creation, based on the idea that place-specific legacies and conditions play a critical role in supporting the emergence of new economic activities. Yet there has been little effort thus far to take stock of this emerging body of research. In response, the aims of this article are to offer a fresh synthesis of recent work and to develop a broader theoretical framework to inform future r...
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The Governing Inclusive Finance Workshop was designed to foster new conversations between academics and multiple stakeholder groups in response to problems of financial exclusion, and possibilities for fostering progressive change. On Wednesday 27 June 2018, a diverse group of credit unions, community banks, alternative lenders, local-, county- and regional- government officials, advisory organizations and academic researchers – each involved or interested in financial provision for historically...
#1Danny MacKinnon (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
#2Stuart Dawley (Newcastle University)H-Index: 13
Last.Håkon Endresen Normann (University of Oslo)H-Index: 5
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The question of how regions and nations develop new sources of industrial growth is of recurring interest in economic geography and planning studies. From an evolutionary economic geography (EEG) perspective, new growth paths emerge out of existing economic activities and their associated assets and conditions. In response to the micro-economic and endogenous focus of much EEG research, this paper utilises a broader evolutionary perspective on path creation which stresses the dynamic interplay b...
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#1Neill Marshall (Newcastle University)H-Index: 4
#2Stuart Dawley (Newcastle University)H-Index: 13
Last.Jane Pollard (Newcastle University)H-Index: 20
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The paper contributes to literature on the geographies of corporate philanthropy through a case study of the origins, growth and decline of the Northern Rock bank's charitable foundation. Analysis reveals the complex, geographically-embedded nature of philanthropic motivations and impacts. It demonstrates that investment in home and community by philanthropists was part of a regionally-inscribed business-model of excessive risk taking that brought them considerable personal financial rewards. It...
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#1Peter O’BrienH-Index: 10
#2Mike CoombesH-Index: 24
Last.Andy PikeH-Index: 28
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#1Peter O’BrienH-Index: 10
#2Mike CoombesH-Index: 24
Last.Andy PikeH-Index: 28
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#1Emil EvenhuisH-Index: 5
#2Stuart DawleyH-Index: 13
In this chapter we will discuss how the mechanisms and drivers of regional economic resilience can be theorised using evolutionary approaches in economic geography. We focus on evolutionary approaches that draw from three main theoretical frameworks: Generalised Darwinism, Complexity Theory, and Path Dependency. We will review each of the three frameworks with regard to their understanding of regional economic resilience, with particular attention to their treatment of the roles of agency, insti...
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#1Andy PikeH-Index: 28
#2Danny MacKinnonH-Index: 27
Last.Robert McMaster (McMaster-Carr)H-Index: 14
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Evolutionary approaches in economic geography face questions about the relationships between their concepts, theories, methods, politics and policy implications. Amidst the growing but unsettled consensus that evolutionary approaches should employ plural methodologies, the aims here are, first, to identify some of the difficult issues confronting those working with different frameworks. The concerns comprise: specifying and connecting research objects, subjects and levels; handling agency and co...
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