Peck, Jamie



1988年にPhDをUniversity of Manchesterで取得。
University of Manchester (England)で10年以上勤務した後に、
University of Wisconsin-Madisonで地理学の教授に。

◆University of Wisconsin-MadisonのHPでの紹介



◆Nilsson, Jan-Evert , Peter Dicken and Jamie Peck eds., 1996, The Internationalization Process: European Firms in Global Competition, London: Paul Chapman Publishing. [amazon](inside)(PB)

◆Peck, Jamie, 19960405, Work-place: The Social Regulation of Labor Markets, New York: The Guilford Press. 320p $21.95(PB) ISBN-10: 1572300442 [amazon](inside)(PB)

◆Peck, Jamie, 20010212, Workfare States, New York: The Guilford Press.

◆Peck, Jamie and Kevin Ward eds., 20021011, City of Revolution: Restructuring Manchester, Manchester: Manchester University Press. 256p $31.95 ISBN-10: 0719058880 [amazon](PB)

◆Peck, Jamie and Henry Wai-Chung Yeung eds., 20030821, Remaking the Global Economy: Economic-Geographical Perspectives, London: Sage Publications. 288p $47.95 ISBN-10: 0761948988 [amazon](inside)

◆Barnes, Trevor J., Jamie Peck, Eric Sheppard, and Adam Tickell eds., 20030901, Reading Economic Geography, Oxford: Blackwell. 496p $90.95 ISBN-10: 0631235531 [amazon](inside)

◆Leitner, Helga, Jamie Peck and Eric S. Sheppard eds., 20061024, Contesting Neoliberalism: Urban Frontiers, New York: The Guilford Press. 340p $30.00 ISBN-10: 1593853203 [amazon](inside)

◆Tickell, Adam, Eric Sheppard, Jamie Peck, and Trevor Barnes eds., 2007, Politics and Practice in Economic Geography. London: Sage Publications. 336p $130.00 ISBN-10: 1412907853 [amazon]


(1987) Local jobs and local houses for local workers: a critical analysis of spatial employment targeting. Local Economy 2(3) 201-207 (with G Haughton & A Steward)
(1988) Skills audits: a framework for local economic development. Local Economy 3(2) 11-19 (with G Haughton)
(1989) Reconceptualizing the local labour market: space, segmentation and the state. Progress in Human Geography 13(1) 42-61
(1989) Labour market segmentation theory. Labour and Industry 2(1) 119-144
(1989) Local labour market analysis, skill shortages and the skills audit approach. Regional Studies 23(3) 271-276 (with G Haughton) 1
(1990) Outwork and restructuring in the Australian clothing industry. Labour and Industry 3(2/3) 302-329
(1990) The Youth Training Scheme: regional policy in reverse? Policy and Politics 18(2) 135-144
(1990) The state and the regulation of local labour markets: observations on the geography of the Youth Training Scheme. Area 22(1) 17-27
(1990) Circuits of capital and industrial restructuring: adjustment in the Australian clothing industry. Australian Geographer 21(1) 33-52
Reprinted in P Watkins (ed) (1991) Knowledge and control in the flexible workplace. Geelong: Deakin University Press, 151-170
(1991) The politics of training in Britain: contradictions of the TEC initiative. Capital and Class 44 23-34
(1991) Letting the market decide (with public money): Training and Enterprise Councils and the future of labour market programmes. Critical Social Policy 31 4-17
(1991) Youth training and the local reconstruction of skill: evidence from the engineering industry of North West England, 1981-88. Environment and Planning A 23(6) 813-832 (with G Haughton)
(1992) “Invisible threads”: homeworking, labour-market relations, and industrial restructuring in the Australian clothing trade. Environment and Planning D: society and space 10(6) 671-690
(1992) Labor and agglomeration: control and flexibility in local labor markets. Economic Geography 68(4) 325-347
(1992) Accumulation, regulation and the geographies of post-Fordism: missing links in regulationist research Progress in Human Geography 16(2) 190-218 (with A Tickell)
Reprinted in B Jessop (ed) (2001) Regulation theory and the crisis of capitalism 1: the Parisian regulation school. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 443-472
(1992) TECs and the local politics of training. Political Geography 11(4) 335-354
(1992) Local modes of social regulation? Regulation theory, Thatcherism and uneven development. Geoforum 23(3) 347-364 (with A Tickell)
Reprinted in B Jessop (ed) (2001) Regulation theory and the crisis of capitalism 4: country studies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 152-168
(1993) The trouble with TECs ... a critique of the Training and Enterprise Councils initiative. Policy and Politics 21(4) 289-305
(1993) Tales of the unexpected: a polemic against employment forecasting. Regional Studies 27(1) 73-77
(1993) Training and Enterprise Councils: time for change. Local Economy 8(1) 4-21 (with M Emmerich)
(1994) Regulating Japan? Regulation theory versus the Japanese experience. Environment and Planning D: society and space 12(6) 639-674 (with Y Miyamachi)
Translated into Japanese and reprinted in Oita University Economic Review Part 1: 46(5) 1-23; Part 2 46(6) 130-147; Part 3: 47(3) 84-111
(1994) From corporatism to localism, from MSC to TECs: developing neoliberal labour regulation in Britain. Economies et Societes 17(8) 99-119
(1994) Jungle law breaks out: neoliberalism and global-local disorder. Area 26(4) 317-326 (with A Tickell)
(1994) What’s Ford got to do with it? Regulation theory and Japanese capitalism. LPH: Revista de Historia 4 143-173 (with Y Miyamachi)
Reprinted in B Jessop (ed) (2001) Regulation theory and the crisis of capitalism 4: country studies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 295-324
(1994) Too many partners … the future for regeneration partnerships. Local Economy 9(3) 251-265 (with A Tickell)
(1995) The social regulation of uneven development: “regulatory deficit,” England’s South East and the collapse of Thatcherism. Environment and Planning A 27(1) 15-40 (with A Tickell) [Recipient of the Anniversary Award]
Reprinted in In J Bryson, N Henry, D Keeble & R Martin (1999) (eds) The economic geography reader. Wiley, Chichester, 121-130
(1995) Moving and shaking: business elites, state localism and urban privatism. Progress in Human Geography 19(1) 16-46
(1995) Training and Enterprise Councils: Schumpeterian workfare state, or what? Environment and Planning A 27(9) 1361-1396 (with M Jones)
(1995) Business goes local: dissecting the “business agenda” in Manchester. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 19(1) 55-78 (with A Tickell)
(1995) Social regulation after Fordism: regulation theory, neo-liberalism and the global-local nexus. Economy and Society 24(3) 357-386 (with A Tickell)
(1996) Manchester plays games: exploring the local politics of globalization. Urban Studies 33(8) 1319-1336 (with A Cochrane & A Tickell)
(1996) Accountability and the non-elected local state: calling Training and Enterprise Councils to local account. Regional Studies 30(4) 429-441 (with T Hart & G Haughton)
(1996) The return of the Manchester Men: men’s words and men’s deeds in the remaking of the local state. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 21(4) 595-616 (with A Tickell)
(1997) Turf wars: the battle for control over English economic development. Local Government Studies 23(1) 88-106 (with G Haughton & I Strange)
(1998) Workfare: a geopolitical etymology. Environment and Planning D: society and space 16(1) 133-161
(1998) The business of contingent work: growth and restructuring in Chicago’s temporary employment industry. Work, Employment and Society 12(4) 655-674 (with N Theodore)
◆Peck, Jamie, 199806, "Workfare in the Sun: Politics, Representation, and Method in U.S. Welfare-to-work Strategies," Political Geography, 17(5): 535-66.
(1998) Postwelfare Massachusetts. Economic Geography 74 (Special issue for the Annual Meeting of the AAG): 62-82
(1998) Geographies of governance: TECs and the neo-liberalisation of “local interests.” Space and Polity 2(1) 5-31
◆Peck, Jamie, 1999, "New Labourers? Making a New Deal for the ‘Workless Class’," Environment and Planning C, 17(3): 345-72.
◆Theodore, Nikolas and Jamie Peck, 199911 "Welfare-to-work: National Problems, Local Solutions?," Critical Social Policy, 19(4): 485-510.
◆Peck, Jamie, 1999autumn, "Getting Real with Welfare-to-work: Hard Lessons from America," Renewal, 7(4): 39-49.
◆Peck, Jamie and Nikolas Theodore, 200011, "Beyond ‘employability’," Cambridge Journal of Economics, 24(6): 729-50.
(Reprinted in Institute of Employment Rights (2000) Social justice and economic efficiency. London: Institute of Employment Rights
Reprinted in Beynon H & Nichols T (eds) (2006) Patterns of work in the post Fordist era, Volume 1. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar)
(2000) Labour market policy as flexible welfare: prototype employment zones and the new workfarism. Regional Studies 34(7) 669-680 (with G Haughton, M Jones, A Tickell & A While)
(2000) Work first: workfare and the regulation of contingent labour markets. Cambridge Journal of Economics 24(1) 119-138 (with N Theodore)
◆Peck, Jamie and Nik Theodore, 2001, "Exporting Workfare/Importing Welfare-to-work: Exploring the Politics of Third Way Policy Transfer," Political Geography, 20(4): 427-60.
◆Theodore, Nik and Jamie Peck, 2001, "Searching for “Best Practice” in Welfare-to-work: The Means, the Method and the Message," Policy and Politics, 29(1): 85-98.
(2001) Contingent Chicago: restructuring the spaces of temporary labor. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25(3) 471-496 (with N Theodore)
◆Peck, Jamie, 2001, "Neoliberalizing States: Thin Policies/Hard Outcomes," Progress in Human Geography, 25(3): 445-55.
(2002) Labor, zapped/growth, restored? Three moments of neoliberal restructuring in the American labor market. Journal of Economic Geography 2(1) 179-220
◆Peck, Jamie and Adam Tickell, 200206, "Neoliberalizing Space," Antipode, 34(3): 380-404. (Reprinted in N Brenner and N Theodore (eds) (2002) Spaces of neoliberalism: urban restructuring in North America and Western Europe. Oxford: Blackwell, 33-57)
◆Peck, Jamie, 200207, "Political Economies of Scale: Fast Policy, Interscalar Relations, and Neoliberal Workfare," Economic Geography, 78(3): 331-60.
(To be reprinted in Vij R (ed) (2007) Globalization and welfare: a critical reader. London: Palgrave)
(2002) Temped out? Industry rhetoric, labor regulation, and economic restructuring in the temporary staffing business. Economic and Industrial Democracy 23(2) 143-175 (with N Theodore)
(2002) The temporary staffing industry: growth imperatives and limits to contingency. Economic Geography 78(4) 463-493 (with N Theodore)
Amended version reprinted in J Burgess and J Connell (eds) (2003) Contemporary research on temporary employment: the inside view from six countries. Monograph No. 1/2003. Newcastle, NSW: Employment Studies Centre, 27-43
◆Peck, Jamie, 2003, "Geography and Public Policy: Mapping the Penal State," Progress in Human Geography, 27(2): 222-32.
(2003) Fuzzy old world: a response to Markusen. Regional Studies 37 (6&7) 729-740
(2003) The rise of the workfare state. Kurswechsel 3 75-87
◆Peck, Jamie, 200406, "Geography and Public Policy: Constructions of Neoliberalism," Progress in Human Geography, 28(3): 392-405.
(2005) Constructing markets for temporary labour: employment liberalization and the internationalization of the staffing industry. Global Networks 5(1) 3-26 (with N Theodore and K Ward)
(2005) Economic sociologies in space. Economic Geography 81(2) 129-176
(2005) Struggling with the creative class. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 24(4) 740-770
Amended version reprinted in P Oswalt (ed) (2006) Shrinking cities: volume 2, interventions. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz Publishers
◆Peck, Jamie and Nik Theodore, 200703, "Flexible Recession: The Temporary Staffing Industry and Mediated Work in the United States," Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31(2): 171-92.
(2007) Liberating the city: between New York and New Orleans. Urban Geography
(2007) Vareigated capitalism. Submitted to Progress in Human Geography August 2006 (with N Theodore)
(2007) Neoliberal urbanism: cities and the rule of markets (with N Brenner and N Theodore)


(1989) Conceptualising processes of skill change: a local labour market approach. In GJR Linge & GA van der Knaap (eds) Labour, environment and industrial change. London: Routledge, 107-127 (with PE Lloyd)
(1991) Evaluating TECs as effective labour market institutions: some theoretical and applied considerations. In S Hardy & G Lloyd (eds) Business development and training: an integrated approach to regional policy? London: Regional Studies Association, 18-24 (with G Haughton)
(1994) Regulating labour: the social regulation and reproduction of local labour-markets. In A Amin & N Thrift (eds) Globalization, institutions and regional development in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 147-176
(1994) Searching for a new institutional fix: the after Fordist crisis and global-local disorder. In A Amin (ed) Post-Fordism: a reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 280-316 (with A Tickell)
(1995) Reinterpreting the ‘Japanese miracle’: regulationist perspectives on post-War Japanese growth and crisis. In R LeHeron & S Ock Park (eds) The Asian Pacific rim and globalization: enterprise, governance and territoriality. Brighton: Avebury, 37-60 (with Y Miyamachi)
(1995) The fragmented region: business, the state and economic development in North West England. In M Rhodes (ed) The regions and the new Europe: patterns in core and periphery development. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 247-272 (with A Tickell & P Dicken)
(1996) Tootal: internationalization, corporate restructuring and ‘hollowing out. In J-E Nilsson, P Dicken & JA Peck (eds) The internationalization process: European firms in global competition. London: Paul Chapman Publishing, 109-129 (with P Dicken)
(1997) Tools for the job? Decentralization, partnership and market forces in British and Canadian labour market policy. In A Sharpe & R Haddow (eds) Social partnerships for training: Canada’s experiment with Labour Force Development Boards. Ottawa & Kingston: Centre for the Study of Living Standards, Caledon Institute of Social Policy & School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, 251-287 (with T Rutherford)
(1997) Unpacking the global. In R Lee & J Wills (eds) Geographies of economies. London: Arnold, 158-166 (with P Dicken & A Tickell)
(1998) From federal welfare to local workfare? Remaking Canada's work-welfare regime. In A Herod, S Roberts & G O Tuathail (eds) An unruly world? Geography, globalization and governance. London: Routledge, 95-115
(1999) Retooling the machine: economic crisis, state restructuring, and urban politics. In AEG Jonas & D Wilson (eds) The urban growth machine: critical perspectives two decades later. New York: SUNY Press, 141-159 (with B Jessop & A Tickell)
Reprinted in Fyfe N R & Kenny J T (eds) The urban geography reader. New York: Routledge
(1999) Voodoo economics: ‘art’ and ‘science’ in employment forecasting. In D Dorling & L Simpson (eds) Statistics in society. London: Arnold, 340-349
(1999) Foreword. In M Jones (1999) New institutional spaces: TECs and the remaking of economic governance. London: Jessica Kingsley, 9-12
(1999) Local discipline: workfare as labour control. In P Edwards & T Elger (eds) The global economy, national states and the regulation of labour. London: Cassell/Mansell, 64-86
(1999) Rescripting urban regeneration, the Mancunian Way. In R Imrie & H Thomas (eds) British urban policy: an evaluation of the Urban Development Corporations (2nd edition). London: Sage, 206-230 (with I Deas, A Tickell, K Ward & M Bradford)
(1999) “Help and hassle”: Mittel, Motive und Methoden lokaler Workfare Strategien. In S Lang, M Mayer & C Scherrer (eds) Jobwunder USA: Modell fur Deutschland? Munster: Verlag Westfalisches Dampfboot, 192-209
(2000) Doing regulation. In G L Clark, M P Feldman & M S Gertler (eds) The Oxford handbook of economic geography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 61-80
(2000) Places of work. In E Sheppard & T Barnes (eds) A companion to economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell, 133-148
(2000) Structuring the labour market: a segmentation approach. In S Ackroyd & S Fleetwood (eds) Realist perspectives on management and organisations. London: Routledge, 220-244
(2000) Labour markets. In V Gardiner & H Matthews (eds) The changing geography of the United Kingdom (3rd edition). London: Routledge, 150-168 (with A Tickell)
(2002) Olympic dreams: visions of partnership. In J Peck & K Ward (eds) City of revolution: restructuring Manchester. Manchester: Manchester University Press (with A Cochrane & A Tickell) 95-115
(2002) Placing Manchester. In J Peck & K Ward (eds) City of revolution: restructuring Manchester. Manchester: Manchester University Press (with K Ward) 1-17
(2003) Geography and industrial relations. In P Ackers & A Wilkinson (eds) Understanding work and employment: industrial relations in transition. Oxford: Oxford University Press (with A Herod & J Wills) 176-192
(2003) Making global rules: globalization or neoliberalization? In J Peck & H W-c Yeung (eds) Remaking the global economy: economic-geographical perspectives. London: Sage (with A Tickell) 163-181
(2003) Making global connections: a geographer’s perspective. In J Peck & H W-c Yeung (eds) Remaking the global economy: economic-geographical perspectives. London: Sage (with H W-c Yeung) 3-23
(2003) Introduction: reading economic geography. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 1-9
(2003) Editors’ introduction: paradigms lost. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 13-18
(2003) Editors’ introduction: problematizing production. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 91-96
(2003) Editors’ introduction: producing nature. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 169-174
(2003) Editors’ introduction: bringing in the social. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 251-256
(2003) Editors’ introduction: from distance to connectivity. In T J Barnes, J Peck, E Sheppard & A Tickell (eds) Reading economic geography. Oxford: Blackwell (with T J Barnes, E Sheppard & A Tickell) 331-335
(2004) Full employability/empty promises: old labour regulation under New Labour? In A Wood A & D Valler D (eds) Governing local and regional economies: institutions, politics and economic development. London: Ashgate, 205-230
(2004) Cycles of contingency: the temporary staffing industry and labour market adjustment in the US. In J Burgess and J Connell (eds) International perspectives on temporary agency work. London: Routledge (with N Theodore) 24-36
(2007) Conceptualizing neoliberalism, thinking Thatcherism. In Leitner H, Peck J & Sheppard E S (eds.) Contesting neoliberalism: urban frontiers. New York: Guilford (with A Tickell) 26-50
(2007) Squaring up to neoliberalism. In Leitner H, Peck J & Sheppard E S (eds.) Contesting neoliberalism: urban frontiers. New York: Guilford (with H Leitner & E S Sheppard) 311-327
(2007) Neoliberal hurricane: who framed New Orleans? In Panitch L & Leys C (eds) Socialist register 2007: coming to terms with nature. London: Merlin Press
(2007) Neoliberalization. In Leyshon A et al (eds) Compendium of Economic Geography. London: Sage (with A Tickell)
(2007) Neoliberalization at work: the long transition from welfare to workfare. In G Wood & P James (eds) Institutions, production, and working life. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
(2007) The cult of urban creativity. In R Keil and R Mahon (eds) The political economy of scale. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press
(2007) Methods matter: transformations in economic geography. In A Tickell, E S Sheppard, J Peck & T J Barnes (eds) Politics and practice in economic geography. London: Sage
(2007) Labor markets from the bottom up. In McGrath-Champ S, Herod A & Rainnie A (eds) Handbook of employment and society: working space. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (with N Theodore)


◆Jessop, Bob and Jamie Peck, 200203, Fast Policy/Local Discipline: The Politics of Time and Scale in Neo-liberalism. (p66 unfinised)

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