Professor of Economic Sociology, and member of the... in Sciences Po, Paris
He joined the Department in October 2000 as LSE Centennial Professor of Economic Geography. He divides his time between the School and the University of California, where he has been professor of Regional and International Development in the Department of Urbanism since 1992. He is an internationally recognized scholar and author, especially known for his books that include the Capitalist Empire: Territory (With R. Walker, Blackwell, 1989), Roads towards industrialization and regional development (with A. Scott, Routledge, 1992), Worlds of production: the framework of action of the Economy (with Robert Salais, Harvard University Press, 1997), The Regional World: Territorial Development in a Global Economy (Guildford Press, 1997), and Newcomers in a Global Economy (Editor with L. and S. Tsipouri Thmodakis).
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