Jonathan V Beaverstock
Jonathan V Beaverstock
Professor of International Management, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Verified email at bristol.ac.uk
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A roster of world cities
JV Beaverstock, RG Smith, PJ Taylor
cities 16 (6), 445-458, 1999
15601999
World-city network: a new metageography?
JV Beaverstock, RG Smith, PJ Taylor
Taylor & Francis Group 90 (1), 123-134, 2000
7232000
Transnational elites in global cities: British expatriates in Singapore's financial district
JV Beaverstock
Geoforum 33 (4), 525-538, 2002
5482002
Transnational elites in the city: British highly-skilled inter-company transferees in New York city's financial district
JV Beaverstock
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 31 (2), 245-268, 2005
5332005
Globalization and world cities: some measurement methodologies
JV Beaverstock, RG Smith, PJ Taylor, DRF Walker, H Lorimer
Applied geography 20 (1), 43-63, 2000
2842000
‘Managing across borders’: knowledge management and expatriation in professional service legal firms
JV Beaverstock
Journal of economic geography 4 (2), 157-179, 2004
2782004
Fashioning the city: cultures of consumption in contemporary urban spaces
L Crewe, J Beaverstock
Geoforum 29 (3), 287-308, 1998
2441998
Getting away with it? Exposing the geographies of the super-rich
JV Beaverstock, P Hubbard, JR Short
Geoforum 35 (4), 401-407, 2004
2062004
Lending jobs to global cities: skilled international labour migration, investment banking and the City of London
JV Beaverstock, J Smith
Urban studies 33 (8), 1377-1394, 1996
1941996
Towards corporate professionalization: The case of project management, management consultancy and executive search
D Muzio, D Hodgson, J Faulconbridge, J Beaverstock, S Hall
Current Sociology 59 (4), 443-464, 2011
1772011
Re-thinking skilled international labour migration: world cities and banking organisations
JV Beaverstock
Geoforum 25 (3), 323-338, 1994
1721994
Negotiating globalization, transnational corporations and global city financial centres in transient migration studies
JV Beaverstock, JT Boardwell
Applied geography 20 (3), 277-304, 2000
1682000
The long arm of the law: London's law firms in a globalising world economy
JV Beaverstock, PJ Taylor, RG Smith
Environment and Planning A 31 (10), 1857-1876, 1999
1631999
Attending to the world: competition, cooperation and connectivity in the World City network
JV Beaverstock, MA Doel, PJ Hubbard, PJ Taylor
Global networks 2 (2), 111-132, 2002
1532002
Firms and their global service networks
PJ Taylor, DRF Walker, JV Beaverstock
Global networks, linked cities, 93-115, 2002
1462002
Corporate ecologies of business travel in professional service firms: Working towards a research agenda
JR Faulconbridge, JV Beaverstock, B Derudder, F Witlox
European urban and regional studies 16 (3), 295-308, 2009
1402009
Financial services clustering and its significance for London
AJ Taylor, JV Beaverstock, G Cook, N Pandit, K Pain
Corporation of London, 2003
1172003
Subcontracting the accountant! Professional labour markets, migration, and organisational networks in the global accountancy industry
JV Beaverstock
Environment and Planning A 28 (2), 303-326, 1996
1161996
International business travel: some explorations
JV Beaverstock, B Derudder, JR Faulconbridge, F Witlox
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 91 (3), 193-202, 2009
1132009
The ‘war for talent’: The gatekeeper role of executive search firms in elite labour markets
JR Faulconbridge, JV Beaverstock, S Hall, A Hewitson
Geoforum 40 (5), 800-808, 2009
1102009
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