Rachel Bok
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Geographies of policy knowledge: The state and corporate dimensions of contemporary policy mobilities
R Bok, NM Coe
Cities 63, 51-57, 2017
‘By our metaphors you shall know us’: the ‘fix’ of geographical political economy
R Bok
Progress in Human Geography 43 (6), 1087-1108, 2019
Airports on the move? The policy mobilities of Singapore Changi Airport at home and abroad
R Bok
Urban Studies 52 (14), 2724-2740, 2015
Retail transitions in southeast Asia
NM Coe, R Bok
The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research 24 (5 …, 2014
The relational co-production of “success” and “failure,” or the politics of anxiety of exporting urban “models” elsewhere
R Bok
The Urban Politics of Policy Failure, 110-131, 2022
Hong Kong–a model on the rocks?
J Peck, R Bok, J Zhang
Territory, Politics, Governance 11 (1), 100-119, 2023
Wayfinding in the long shadow of city benchmarking: Or how to manufacture (an economy of) comparability in the global urban
R Bok
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 45 (2), 381-384, 2021
In search of ordinary 'elsewheres' in global urbanism: on Ola Söderström's Cities in Relations
R Bok
Urban Studies Inside/Out: Theory, Method, Practice, 206-215, 2020
Urban Mobile Policy
R Bok
The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, 1-5, 2019
The urban politics of strategic coupling in global production networks
R Bok, NM Coe
The Routledge Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics, 70-84, 2018
The durability of deprivation
R Bok
City 25 (5-6), 798-802, 2021
Régulationist urbanism and the “missing macro” in postmillennial critical urban studies
R Bok
Regulation theory, space, and uneven development, 29, 0
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