Professor Neill Marshall
Professor of Economic Geography
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 7509
- Fax: +44 (0) 191 208 7001
- Address: Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies,
Geography Politics and Sociology,
University of Newcastle upon Tyne,
His research interests include: economic geographies of money and finance; corporate structures and regional development; services and space; central government and uneven geographical development and the spatial aspects of business service demand.
Faculty Research Training Programme: What is a PhD?; Managing your PhD: Organising the Project; Annual Progress Review; Conducting the Viva.
Geographies of Money and Finance: The Run on Northern Rock; A Geographical Political Economy of Banking Crises.
- Dawley S, Marshall JN, Pike A, Pollard J, Tomaney J. Continuity and Evolution in an Old Industrial Region: The Labour Market Dynamics of the Rise and Fall of Northern Rock. Regional Studies 2014, 48(1), 154-172.
- Marshall JN. A geographical political economy of banking crises: a peripheral region perspective on organisational concentration and spatial centralisation in Britain. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 2013, 6(3), 455-477.
- Dawley S, Marshall JN, Pike A, Pollard J, Tomaney J. Placing Labour Markets in the Evolution of Old Industrial Regions: the Case of Northern Rock. Institute of Education, London: Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies, 2012. LLAKES Research Paper Series 38.
- Marshall JN, Pike A, Pollard JS, Tomaney J, Dawley S, Gray J. Placing the run on Northern Rock. Journal of Economic Geography 2012, 12(1), 157-181.
- Humphrey R, Marshall J, Leonardo L. The Impact of Research Training and Research Codes of Practice on Submission of Doctoral Degrees: An Exploratory Cohort Study. Higher Education Quarterly 2012, 66(1), 47-64.
- Wray F, Marshall N, Pollard J. Finance and local and regional economic development. In: Pike, A., Rodríguez-Pose, A. and Tomaney, J, ed. Handbook of Local and Regional Development. London and New York: Routledge, 2011, pp.356-370.
- Dawley S, Marshall JN, Pike A, Pollard J, Tomaney J. The Labour Market Impact of the Run on Northern Rock: Continuity and Evolution in an old Industrial Region. Utrecht, Netherlands: Utrecht University, 2011. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography.
- Pike A, Coombes M, Bristow G, Fan C, Gillespie A, Harris R, Hull A, Marshall N, Wren C. Final editorial for the Newcastle editorial team. Regional Studies 2008, 42(10), 1291-1294.
- Marshall JN. Public sector relocation policies in the UK and Ireland. European Planning Studies 2007, 15(5), 645-666.
- Marshall JN, Hodgson CM, Bradley DP. Public sector relocation and regional disparities in Britain. Environment and Planning C: Government & Policy 2005, 23(6), 883-906.
- Marshall JN, Bradley DP, Hodgson CM, Alderman NF, Richardson RGW. Relocation, relocation, relocation: Assessing the case for public sector dispersal. Regional Studies 2005, 39(6), 767-787.
- Marshall JN. Financial institutions in disadvantaged areas: A comparative analysis of policies encouraging financial inclusion in Britain and the United States. Environment and Planning A 2004, 36(2), 241-261.
- Marshall JN, Bradley DP, Hodgson CM, Richardson RGW, Alderman A, Benneworth P, Tebbutt G, Charles DR, Gillespie A, Tomaney J, Goddard JB. Public Sector Relocation from London and the South East: Evidence to the Lyons Review on behalf of the English Regional Development Agencies. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS), Newcastle University, 2004.
- Marshall JN, Willis RM, Richardson RGW. Demutualisation, strategic choice, and social responsibility. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 2003, 21(5), 735-760.
- Marshall JN, Willis RM, Raybould S, Richardson RGW, Coombes MG. The contribution of British building societies to financial inclusion. London: Building Societies Association, 2001.
- Willis RM, Marshall JN, Richardson RGW. The impact of 'branchless banking' on building society branch networks. Environment and Planning A 2001, 33(8), 1371-1384.
- Marshall JN, Lewis PR, Belt V, Richardson RGW, Parkinson A. The impact of organisational and technological change on women's employment in the civil service. Service Industries Journal 2001, 21(2), 137-158.
- Willis RM, Marshall JN, Richardson RGW. Is there a future for the branch network?. In: The changing nature of building society distribution strategies. London: Building Societies Association, 2000.
- Marshall JN, Willis RM, Coombes MG, Raybould SR, Richardson RGW. Mutuality, de-mutualization and communities: The implications of branch network rationalization in the British building society industry. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2000, 25(3), 355-378.
- Richardson RGW, Belt V, Marshall JN. Taking calls to Newcastle: The regional implications of the growth in call centres. Regional Studies 2000, 34(4), 357-369.