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Professor John Allen

Professor John Allen

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Professor John Allen

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Professor John Allen's research

Professor John Allen and Linn Axelsson (2019) Border topologies: The time-spaces of labour migrant regulation, In Political Geography(72)

Michael D. Pryke and Professor John Allen (2018) Financialising Urban Water Infrastructure: Extracting Local Value, Distributing Value Globally, In Urban Studies 7(56)

Professor John Allen (2018-07) The Circulation of Financial Elites, Edward Elgar

Stephen Hinchliffe et al. (2016-12-10) Pathological Lives: Disease, Space and Biopolitics, John Wiley and Sons

Professor John Allen and Michael D. Pryke (2016-05) Offshoring the Nation's water, The Smith Institute

Professor John Allen (2016) Topologies of Power: Beyond territory and networks, Routledge

Professor John Allen and Stephanie Lavau (2015) 'Just-in-time' disease: biosecurity, poultry, and power, In Journal of Cultural Economy 3(8)

Professor John Allen and Professor Allan Cochrane (2014-09) The urban unbound: London's politics and the 2012 Olympic Games, In International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 5(38)

Professor John Allen and Michael D. Pryke (2013-11) Financializing household water: Thames water, MEIF, and 'ring-fenced' politics, In Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 3(6)

Steve Hinchliffe et al. (2013-10) Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands, In Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 4(38)

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