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Peck J (2017) Pluralizing labour geography. In GL Clark, MP
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Peck J (2016) The right to work, and the right at work. Economic Geography 92(1): 4-30

Theodore N and Peck J (2013) Selling flexibility: temporary staffing in a volatile economy. In J Fudge & K Strauss (eds) Temporary work, agencies, and unfree labour: insecurity in the new world of work. London: Routledge, 26-47

Peck J (2013) Making space for labour. In D Featherstone & J Painter (eds) Spatial politics: essays for Doreen Massey. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 99-114

Peck J and Theodore N (2012) Politicizing contingent labor: countering neoliberal labor-market regulation … from the bottom up? South Atlantic Quarterly 111(4): 741-761

Peck J (2012) Welfare to work. In D Coates, K Smith & CW Walldorf (eds) The Oxford companion to American politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Peck J and Theodore N (2010) Labor markets from the bottom up. In S McGrath-Champ, A Herod & A Rainnie (eds) Handbook of employment and society: working space. Cheltenham: Edward
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Doussard M, Peck J and Theodore N (2009) After deindustrialization: uneven growth and
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Peck J and Theodore N (2008) Carceral Chicago: making the ex-offender employability crisis.
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Peck J and Theodore N (2007) Flexible recession: the temporary staffing industry and mediated work in the United States. Cambridge Journal of Economics 31(2): 171-192