Professor Jamie Peck

Professor Jamie Peck

Global Professorial Fellow,
Institute for Culture and Society

Biography

Jamie Peck is Canada Research Chair in Urban & Regional Political Economy and Professor of Geography at the University of British Columbia, Canada, and Global Professorial Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society at WSU. He was previously Professor of Geography and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, and Professor of Geography at the University of Manchester, UK. With long-term research interests in geographical political economy, labor studies, and critical studies of statecraft, Peck’s current research is focused on the historical geographies of neoliberalization and the political-economic transformation of South China.

Regularly listed among the world’s most highly cited social scientists, his work has been translated into 15 languages. Peck holds honorary visiting professorships at the universities of Oxford, Nottingham, and Manchester. A former Editor of Antipode, he is the Managing Editor of the journal EPA: Economy and Space, serving on the editorial advisory boards of the Review of International Political Economy; Annals of the Association of American Geographers; Regional Studies; Economic Geography; the Journal of Law and Political Economy; Area Development and Policy; Pegada; Territory, Politics, Governance; and Alternate Routes. Since 2003, Peck has coordinated the Summer Institute in Economic Geography, an international workshop for early-career researchers.

Jamie Peck has been elected to the fellowships of the British Academy, the Royal Society of Canada, and the Academy of the Social Sciences.  He has held visiting positions at the University of Oxford, the University of Nottingham, and the National University of Singapore.

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Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Institute for Culture and Society

Contact

Email: jamie.peck@westernsydney.edu.au
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Location: Parramatta

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Publications

Books

  • Leitner, H., Peck, J. and Sheppard, E. (2020), 'Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice', : Sage Publications 9781526438089.
  • Berndt, C., Peck, J. and Rantisi, N. (2020), 'Market/Place: Exploring Spaces of Exchange', : Columbia University Press 9781788211260.
  • Werner, M., Peck, J., Lave, R. and Christophers, B. (2018), 'Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues', : Agenda Publishing 9781911116851.
  • Christophers, B., Lave, R., Peck, J. and Werner, M. (2018), 'The Doreen Massey Reader', : Columbia University Press 9781911116820.
  • Peck, J. (2017), 'Offshore: Exploring the Worlds of Global Outsourcing', : Oxford University Press 9780198727408.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2015), 'Fast Policy: Experimental Statecraft at the Thresholds of Neoliberalism', : University of Minnesota Press 9780816677306.

Chapters in Books

  • Leitner, H., Sheppard, E. and Peck, J. (2020), 'Urban studies unbound : postmillennial spaces of theory', Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice, Sage Publications 9781526438089.
  • Sheppard, E., Leitner, H. and Peck, J. (2020), 'Doing urban studies : navigating the methodological terrain', Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice, Sage Publications 9781526438089.
  • Peck, J., Sheppard, E. and Leitner, H. (2020), 'Urban studies inside/out : a guide for readers and researchers', Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice, Sage Publications 9781526438089.
  • Leitner, H., Peck, J. and Sheppard, E. (2020), 'Turning urban studies inside/out', Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice, Sage Publications 9781526438089.
  • Peck, J. (2020), 'Where are markets?', Market/Place: Exploring Spaces of Exchange, Agenda Publishing 9781788211260.
  • Peck, J., Berndt, C. and Rantisi, N. (2020), 'Introduction : exploring markets', Market/Place: Exploring Spaces of Exchange, Agenda Publishing 9781788211260.
  • Rantisi, N., Berndt, C. and Peck, J. (2020), 'Conclusion : "market research"', Market/Place: Exploring Spaces of Exchange, Agenda Publishing 9781788211260.
  • Peck, J. (2020), 'Culture club : creative cities, fast policy and the new symbolic order', Handbook on the Geographies of Creativity, Edward Elgar Publishing 9781785361630.
  • Peck, J. (2020), 'Polanyi in space', Karl Polanyi and Twenty-first-century Capitalism, Manchester University Press 9781526127884.
  • Siemiatycki, E., Peck, J. and Wyly, E. (2020), 'Vancouverism as suburbanism', The Life of North American Suburbs: Imagined Utopias and Transitional Spaces, University of Toronto Press 9781487501099.
  • Peck, J. and Dawes, S. (2020), 'Contextualizing neoliberalism : an interview with Jamie Peck', Neoliberalism in Context: Governance, Subjectivity and Knowledge, Palgrave Macmillan 9783030260163.
  • Peck, J. (2020), 'Austerity urbanism', Oxford Bibliographies in Urban Studies, Oxford University Press .
  • Peck, J. and Barnes, T. (2019), 'Berkeley in-between : radicalizing economic geography', Spatial Histories of Radical Geography: North America and Beyond, Wiley 9781119404712.
  • Peck, J., Werner, M., Lave, R. and Christophers, B. (2018), 'Out of place : Doreen Massey, radical geographer', Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues, Agenda Publishing 9781911116851.
  • Peck, J., Brenner, N. and Theodore, N. (2018), 'Actually existing neoliberalism', Sage Handbook of Neoliberalism, SAGE Publications 9781412961721.
  • Peck, J. and Whiteside, H. (2018), 'Neoliberalizing Detroit', Rethinking Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regime, Routledge 9781138735958.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2015), 'Paying for good behavior : cash transfer policies in the wild', Territories of Poverty: Rethinking North and South, University of Georgia Press 9780820348421.
  • Peck, J. (2015), 'Chicago-school suburbanism', Suburban Governance: A Global View, University of Toronto Press 9781442645769.
  • Peck, J. (2015), 'Framing Detroit', Reinventing Detroit: the Politics of Possibility, Transaction Publishers 9781412856935.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2014), 'On the global frontier of post-welfare policymaking : conditional cash transfers as fast social policy', The End of Welfare as We Know It?: Continuity and Change in Western Welfare State Settings and Practices, Barbara Budrich Publishers 9783847400752.
  • Brenner, N., Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2014), 'New constitutionalism and variegated neo-liberalization', New Constitutionalism and World Order, Cambridge University Press 9781107053694.

Journal Articles

  • Peck, J. (2021), 'On capitalism's cusp', Area Development and Policy, vol 6, no 1 , pp 1 - 30.
  • Peck, J. (2021), 'Milton's paradise : situating Hong Kong in neoliberal lore', Journal of Law and Political Economy, vol 1, no 2 , pp 189 - 211.
  • Berndt, C., Rantisi, N. and Peck, J. (2020), 'M/market frontiers', Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, vol 52, no 1 , pp 14 - 26.
  • Peck, J., Bok, R. and Zhang, J. (2020), '[In Press] Hong Kong : a model on the rocks?', Territory, Politics, Governance, .
  • Peck, J. and Philipps, R. (2020), 'The platform conjuncture', Sociologica, vol 14, no 3 , pp 73 - 99.
  • Peck, J. (2019), 'Problematizing capitalism(s) : big difference?', Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, vol 51, no 5 , pp 1190 - 1196.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2019), 'Still neoliberalism?', South Atlantic Quarterly, vol 118, no 2 , pp 245 - 265.
  • Peck, J. (2017), 'Transatlantic city, part 2 : late entrepreneurialism', Urban Studies, vol 54, no 2 , pp 327 - 363.
  • Peck, J. (2017), 'Transatlantic city, part 1 : conjunctural urbanism', Urban Studies, vol 54, no 1 , pp 4 - 30.
  • Zhang, J. and Peck, J. (2016), 'Variegated capitalism, Chinese style : regional models, multi-scalar constructions', Regional Studies, vol 50, no 1 , pp 52 - 78.
  • Peck, J. (2016), 'Macroeconomic geographies', Area Development and Policy, vol 1, no 3 , pp 305 - 322.
  • Peck, J. (2016), 'The right to work, and the right at work', Economic Geography, vol 92, no 1 , pp 4 - 30.
  • Peck, J. and Whiteside, H. (2016), 'Financializing Detroit', Economic Geography, vol 92, no 3 , pp 235 - 268.
  • Peck, J. (2016), 'Economic rationality meets celebrity urbanology : exploring Edward Glaeser's city', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol 40, no 1 , pp 1 - 30.
  • Peck, J. (2016), 'We are all Keynesians again...and always?', Dialogues in Human Geography, vol 6, no 2 , pp 135 - 145.
  • Peck, J. (2015), 'Cities beyond compare?', Regional Studies, vol 49, no 1 , pp 160 - 182.
  • Peck, J. (2015), 'Logics of collaboration', GeoJournal, vol 80, no 2 , pp 193 - 196.
  • Peck, J. (2014), 'Pushing austerity : state failure, municipal bankruptcy and the crises of fiscal federalism in the USA', Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol 7, no 1 , pp 17 - 44.
  • Peck, J. (2014), 'Entrepreneurial urbanism : between uncommon sense and dull compulsion', Geografiska Annaler. Series B: Human Geography, vol 96, no 4 , pp 396 - 401.
  • Peck, J., Siemiatycki, E. and Wyly, E. (2014), 'Vancouver's suburban involution', City, vol 18, no 4-5 , pp 386 - 415.
  • Peck, J., Theodore, N. and Brenner, N. (2013), 'Neoliberal urbanism redux?', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol 37, no 3 , pp 1091 - 1099.
  • Peck, J. and Zhang, J. (2013), 'A variety of capitalism ... with Chinese characteristics?', Journal of Economic Geography, vol 13, no 3 , pp 357 - 396.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2012), 'Follow the policy : a distended case approach', Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, vol 44, no 1 , pp 21 - 30.
  • Peck, J. (2011), 'Geographies of policy : from transfer-diffusion to mobility-mutation', Progress in Human Geography, vol 35, no 6 , pp 773 - 797.
  • Brenner, N., Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2010), 'Variegated neoliberalization : geographies, modalities, pathways', Global Networks, vol 10, no 2 , pp 182 - 222.
  • Peck, J., Theodore, N. and Brenner, N. (2009), 'Postneoliberalism and its malcontents', Antipode, vol 41, no S1 , pp 94 - 116.
  • Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2007), 'Variegated capitalism', Progress in Human Geography, vol 31, no 6 , pp 731 - 772.
  • Peck, J. (2005), 'Struggling with the creative class', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol 29, no 4 , pp 740 - 770.

Recent books

Leitner H, Peck J and Sheppard E (eds) (2020) Urban studies inside/out: theory, method, practice. London: Sage

Berndt C, Peck J and Rantisi NM (eds) (2020) Market/place: exploring spaces of exchange. Newcastle upon Tyne: Agenda Publishing

Jazeel T, Kent A, McKittrick K, Theodore N, Chari S, Chatterton P, Gidwani V, Heynen N, Larner W, Peck J, Pickerill J, Werner M & Wright MW (eds) (2019) Keywords in radical geography: Antipode at 50. Oxford: Wiley

Werner M, Peck J, Lave R and Christophers B (eds) (2018) Doreen Massey: critical dialogues. Newcastle upon Tyne: Agenda Publishing

Christophers B, Lave R, Peck J and Werner M (eds) (2018) The Doreen Massey reader. Newcastle upon Tyne: Agenda Publishing

Peck J (2017) Offshore: exploring the worlds of global outsourcing. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Peck J and Theodore N (2015) Fast policy: experimental statecraft at the thresholds of neoliberalism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Recent papers

Peck J (2021) On capitalism’s cusp. Area Development and Policy forthcoming

Peck J (2021) Milton’s paradise: situating Hong Kong in neoliberal lore. Journal of Law and Political Economy forthcoming

Peck J, Bok R and Zhang J (2021) Hong Kong—a model on the rocks? Territory, Politics, Governance forthcoming

Berndt C, Rantisi NM and Peck J (2020) M/market frontiers. EPA: Economy and Space 52(1): 14–26

Peck J (2019) Problematizing capitalism(s): big difference? EPA: Economy and Space 51(5): 1190-1196

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

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

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

Peck J (2016) Macroeconomic geographies. Area Development and Policy 1(3): 305-322

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 (2016) The right to work, and the right at work. Economic Geography 92(1): 4-30

Zhang J and Peck J (2016) Variegated capitalism, Chinese-style: regional models, multi-scalar constructions. Regional Studies 50(1): 52-78

Peck J (2016) We are all Keynesians again … and always? Dialogues in Human Geography 6(2): 135-145

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

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

This information has been contributed by Professor Peck.

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