CURDS research is disseminated in a variety of ways, including media which reach academics, policy-makers and a more general audience.
CURDS staff also contribute to the editorship of a wide range of international flagship journals and policy related publications.
The University Library has set up an institutional repository at http://eprints.ncl.ac.uk/. This is an online database of full-text publications written by staff at Newcastle University, freely available to anyone with Internet access and updated regularly.
Publications list by year
Year: 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1976
- Burrows R. "Studying Up” in the Era of Big Data.
In: McKie, L; Ryan, L, ed. An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology?: Trends and Challenges in Social Research. London, UK: Routledge, 2016, pp.65-80.
- Champion T, Shuttleworth I. Are people changing address less? An analysis of migration within England and Wales, 1971-2011, by distance of move.
Population Space and Place 2016, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Pike A, Coombes M, O'Brien P, Tomaney J. Austerity states, institutional dismantling and the governance of sub-national economic development: the demise of the Regional Development Agencies in England.
Territory, Politics, Governance 2016, TBC(TBC), TBC. In Press.
- O'Brien P, Pike A, Tomaney J. Beyond the northern pitchbook.
In: Raco,M, ed. Britain for Sale? Perspectives on the costs and benefits of foreign ownership. London: The Smith Institute, 2016.
- Atkinson R, Burrows R, Rhodes D. Capital City? London’s Housing Market and the ‘Super Rich’.
In: Hay,I; Beaverstock,J, ed. International Handbook of Wealth and the Super Rich. London: Edward Elgar, 2016, pp.225-243.
- O'Brien P, Pike A, Kempton L, MacKinnon D, McCarthy A. CURDS evidence to the Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Select Committee Inquiry into the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine.
- Pike A, Kempton L, Marlow D, O'Brien P, Tomaney J. Decentralisation: Issues, Principles and Practice.
CURDS, Newcastle University, 2016.
- Pike A, MacKinnon D, Cumbers A, Dawley S, McMaster R. Doing evolution in economic geography.
Economic Geography 2016, 92(2), 123-144.
- Stuetzer M, Obschonka M, Audretsch D, Wyrwich M, Rentfrow P, Coombes M, Shaw-Taylor L, Satchell M. Industry structure, entrepreneurship, and culture: An empirical analysis using historical coalfields.
European Economic Review 2016, 86, 52-72.
- Champion T. Internal migration and the spatial distribution of population.
In: Champion, T; Falkingham, J, ed. The Changing Population of the United Kingdom. London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2016. In Press.
- Atkinson R, Burrows R, Glucksberg L, Ho HK, Knowles C, Rhodes D, Webber R. International Capital Flows into London Property.
Sheffield: SPERI, 2016. Available at: http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/2016/02/01/international-flows-of-capital-into-london-property-new-speri-global-political-economy-brief/.
- Cumbers A, Featherstone D, MacKinnon D, Ince A, Strauss K. Intervening in globalisation: the spatial possibilities and institutional barriers to labour's collective agency.
Journal of Economic Geography 2016, 16(1), 93-108.
- Champion T, Shuttleworth I. Is longer-distance migration slowing? An analysis of the annual record for England and Wales since the 1970s.
Population, Space and Place 2016, Epub ahead of print.
- Atkinson R, Burrows R, Glucksberg L, Kei-Ho H, Knowles C, Rhodes D. Minimum City? A Critical Assessment of Some of the Deeper Impacts of Super Rich on Urban Life.
In: R. Forrest, B. Wissink, and S. Yee Koh, ed. Cities and the Super-Rich: Real Estate, Elite Practices, and Urban Political Economies. London: Palgrave, 2016. In Press.
- Melo PC, Copus A, Coombes M. Modelling Small Area at-Risk-of-Poverty Rates for the UK Using the World Bank Methodology and the EU-SILC.
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 2016, 9(1), 97-177.
- O'Brien P, Dawson R, Pike P, Purnell P, Tomaney J. National Infrastructure Commission call for evidence: ‘Connecting northern cities’, evidence submitted by the iBUILD Infrastructure Research Centre.
- O'Brien P, Dawson R, Pike A, Tomaney J. National Infrastructure Commission call for evidence: ‘London’s transport infrastructure’, evidence submitted by the iBUILD Infrastructure Research Centre.
- Champion T, Falkingham J, ed. Population Change in the United Kingdom.
London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2016. In Press.
- Knowles C, Burrows R. Re-imagining Chinese London.
In: R. Burdett and S. Hall, ed. The SAGE Handbook of Urban Sociology. London: Sage, 2016. In Press.
- Pike A, Rodríguez-Pose A, Tomaney J. Shifting horizons in local and regional development.
Regional Studies 2016, Epub ahead of print.
- Smith H, Hardey M, Hardey M, Burrows R. Social Cartography and Knowing Capitalism: Critical Reflections on the Geo-Spatial Web and Social Research.
In: N. Fielding, R.M. Lee and G. Blank, ed. The Sage Handbook of Online Research Methods (2nd ed). London: Sage, 2016. In Press.
- Martin R, Pike A, Tyler P, Gardiner B. Spatially Rebalancing the UK Economy: Towards a New Policy Model?.
Regional Studies 2016, 50(2), 342-357.
- Champion T. The population renaissance of British cities continues, but for how much longer? .
In: Great Transformation: Recasting Regional Policy. Regional Studies Association Winter Conference. 2016, London: Regional Studies Association.
- Pike A, Mackinnon D, Coombes M, Champion T. Uneven growth: Tackling city decline.
York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2016.
- Pike A, MacKinnon D, Coombes M, Champion T, Bradley D, Cumbers A, Robson L, Wymer C. Uneven growth: tackling city decline.
York, 2016. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
- Vallance P. Universities, Public Research, and Evolutionary Economic Geography.
Economic Geography 2016, epub ahead of print.
- Burrows R, Webber R, Atkinson R. Welcome to 'Pikettyville'? Mapping London's Alpha Territories.
Sociological Review 2016. In Press.