Theorizing cities

urban 2Siemiatycki E, Peck J and Wyly E (2018)
Vancouverism as suburbanism. In J Nijman (ed) North American suburbanisms. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming

Peck J and Whiteside H (2017) Neoliberalizing
Detroit. In M Pavlovskaya & S Schram (eds)
Rethinking neoliberalism
: resisting the disciplinary regime. New York: Routledge, 179-196

Peck J (2017) Transatlantic city, part 1:
conjunctural urbanism. Urban Studies 54(1): 4-30

Peck J (2017) Transatlantic city, part 2: late entrepreneurialism. Urban Studies 54(2): 327-363

Peck J and Whiteside H (2016) Financializing Detroit. Economic Geography 92(3): 235-268

Peck J (2016) Economic rationality meets celebrity urbanology: exploring Edward Glaeser’s city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 40(1): 1-30

Peck J (2015) Cities beyond compare? Regional Studies 49(1): 160-182

Peck J (2014) Entrepreneurial urbanism: between uncommon sense and dull compulsion.
Geografiska Annaler 96(4): 396-401

Peck J, Theodore N and Brenner N (2013) Neoliberal urbanism redux? International Journal of
Urban and Regional Research 37(3): 1091-1099

Peck J and Theodore N (2013) Chicago beyond Fordism: between regulatory crisis and sustainable growth. In F Martinelli, F Moulaert & A Novy (eds) Urban and regional development trajectories in contemporary capitalism. London: Routledge, 173-194

Peck J (2011) Neoliberal suburbanism: frontier space. Urban Geography 32(6): 884-919

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