Neoliberalization

Screen Shot 2015-11-29 at 6.58.22 PMEbner N and Peck J (2021) Fantasy island: Paul Romer and the multiplication of Hong Kong. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research forthcoming

Peck J (2021) Milton’s paradise: situating Hong Kong in neoliberal lore. Journal of Law and Political Economy 2(1): 189-211

Dawes S and Peck J (2020) Contextualizing neoliberalism: an interview with Jamie Peck. In S Dawes & M Lenormand (eds) Neoliberalism in context: governance, subjectivity and knowledge. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 289-309

Peck J and Theodore N (2019) Still neoliberalism? South Atlantic Quarterly 118(2): 245-265

Peck J (2018) Naming neoliberalism. In D Cahill, M Cooper, M Konings & D Primrose (eds) The Sage handbook of neoliberalism. London: Sage, xxii-xxiv

Peck J, Theodore N and Brenner N (2018) Actually existing neoliberalism. In D Cahill, M Cooper, M Konings & D Primrose (eds) The Sage handbook of neoliberalism. London: Sage, 3-15

Peck J (2017) Neoliberalism. In D Richardson, N Castree, M Goodchild, W Liu, A Kobayashi & R Marston (eds) The Wiley-AAG international encyclopedia of geography. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 4729-4741

Brenner N, Peck J and Theodore N (2014) New constitutionalism and variegated neo-
liberalization. In S Gill & AC Cutler (eds) New constitutionalism and world order. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 126-142

Peck J (2013) Explaining (with) neoliberalism. Territory, Politics, Governance 1(2): 132-157

Peck J (2013) Social innovation … at the limits of neoliberalism. In J-L Klein & M Roy (ed) Pour une nouvelle mondialisation: le défi d’innover. Montréal: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 11-30

Brenner N, Peck J and Theodore N (2012) Towards deep neoliberalization? In J Künkel & M Mayer (eds) Neoliberal urbanism and its contestations: crossing theoretical boundaries. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 27-45

Peck J, Theodore N and Brenner N (2012) Neoliberalism resurgent? Market rule after the Great
Recession. South Atlantic Quarterly 111(2): 265-288

Theodore N and Peck J (2012) Framing neoliberal urbanism: translating “common sense” urban policy across the OECD zone. European Urban and Regional Studies 19(1): 20-41

Peck J (2012) Neoliberalismo y crisis actual. Documentos y Aportes en Administración Pública y Gestión Estatal 12(19): 7-27

Peck J and Theodore N (2012) Reanimating neoliberalism: process-geographies of
neoliberalization. Social Anthropology 20(2): 177-185

Peck J, Theodore N and Brenner N (2012) Neoliberalism, interrupted. In D Cahill, F Stilwell & L
Edwards (eds) Neoliberalism: beyond the free market. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 15-30

Peck J (2011) Orientation: in search of the Chicago School. In R Van Horn, P Mirowski & TA Stapleford (eds) Building Chicago economics: new perspectives on the history of America’s most powerful economics program. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xxv-lii

Theodore N, Peck J and Brenner N (2011) Neoliberal urbanism: cities and the rule of markets. In G Bridge & S Watson (eds) The new Blackwell companion to the city. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 15-25

Peck J, Theodore N and Brenner N (2010) Postneoliberalism and its malcontents. Antipode 41(S1): 94-116

Peck J (2010) Zombie neoliberalism and the ambidextrous state. Theoretical Criminology 14(1): 104-110

Brenner N, Peck J and Theodore N (2010) Variegated neoliberalization: geographies, modalities, pathways. Global Networks 10(2): 182-222

Brenner N, Peck J and Theodore N (2010) After neoliberalization? Globalizations 7(3): 327-345

Peck J (2008) Remaking laissez-faire. Progress in Human Geography 32(1): 3-43

Peck J and Tickell A (2007) Conceptualizing neoliberalism, thinking Thatcherism. In H Leitner, J Peck & E Sheppard (eds) Contesting neoliberalism: urban frontiers. New York: Guilford, 26-50

Leitner H, Peck J and Sheppard E (2007) Squaring up to neoliberalism. In H Leitner, J Peck & E Sheppard (eds) Contesting neoliberalism: urban frontiers. New York: Guilford, 311-327

Peck J (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, 315-331