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Contents

Studies in Urban and Social Change

Published by Blackwell in association with the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Series editors: Chris Pickvance, Margit Mayer and John Walton

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Post-Fordism

Ash Amin (ed.)

Divided Cities

Susan S. Fainstein, Ian Gordon, and Michael Harloe (eds.)

The City Builders

Susan S. Fainstein

The People's Hom

Michael Harloe

Fragmented Societies

Enzo Mingione

The Resources of Poverty

Mercedes González de la Rocha

Free Markets and Food Riots

John Walton and David Seddon

Forthcoming

Cities after Socialism

Michael Harloe, Ivan Szelenyi and Gregory Andrusz

Urban Social Movements and the State

Margit Mayer

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Contributors

Ash Amin is Professor of Geography at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Susan Christopherson is Associate Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning and Cornell University, USA.

Mark Elam is Research Fellow in the Department of Technology and Social Change at Linköping University, Sweden.

Josef Esser is Professor of Political Science at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.

Mike Featherstone is Professor of Sociology at Teesside University, UK.

David Harvey is Professor of Geography at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA.

Joachim Hirsch is Professor of Political Science at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.

Bob Jessop is Professor of Sociology at Lancaster University, UK.

Alain Lipietz is Director of Research at CEPREMAP in Paris, France.

Anders Malmberg is Lecturer in the Department of Social and Economic Geography at Uppsala University, Sweden.

Margit Mayer is Professor of Politics at the Free University in Berlin, Germany.

Jamie Peck is Lecturer in Geography at Manchester University, UK.

Charles Sabel is Professor of Sociology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.

Michael Storper is Professor of Regional and International Development at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

John Tomaney is Lecturer in Geography at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Adam Tickell is Lecturer in Geography at Leeds University, UK.

Acknowledgements

The publishers and editor are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce material.

Sage Publications Ltd for chapter 2, reprinted from Mark Elam, Puzzling out the post-Fordist debate, in Economic and Industrial Debate, volume 11, © 1990; and for chapter 13, reprinted from Mike Featherstone, Consumer Culture and Postmodernism, © 1991.

Charles Sabel and Berg Publishers for chapter 4, reprinted from Charles Sabel, Flexible specialisation and the re-emergence of regional economies, in P. Hirst and J. Zeitlin (eds) Reversing Industrial Decline?, pages 17–70, © 1989.

Michael Storper for chapter 6.

Pion Limited for chapter 7, reprinted from A. Amin and A. Malmberg, Competing structural and institutional influences on the geography of production in Europe, in Environment and Planning A, volume 24, © 1992.

David Harvey for chapter 12.