Marion Werner
Marion Werner
Professor, Department of Geography, State University of New York, Buffalo
Verifisert e-postadresse på buffalo.edu
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Commodity chains and the uneven geographies of global capitalism: a disarticulations perspective
J Bair, M Werner
Environment and Planning A 43 (5), 988-997, 2011
Linking up to development? Global value chains and the making of a post‐Washington Consensus
M Werner, J Bair, VR Fernández
Development and change 45 (6), 1219-1247, 2014
The place of disarticulations: Global commodity production in La Laguna, Mexico
J Bair, M Werner
Environment and planning A 43 (5), 998-1015, 2011
Global displacements: The making of uneven development in the Caribbean
M Werner
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
Feminist political economy in geography: Why now, what is different, and what for?
M Werner, K Strauss, B Parker, R Orzeck, K Derickson, A Bonds
Geoforum 79, 1-4, 2017
Geographies of production I: global production and uneven development
M Werner
Progress in Human Geography 43 (5), 948-958, 2019
Global production networks and uneven development: Exploring geographies of devaluation, disinvestment, and exclusion
M Werner
Geography Compass 10 (11), 457-469, 2016
Beyond upgrading: gendered labor and the restructuring of firms in the Dominican Republic
M Werner
Economic Geography 88 (4), 403-422, 2012
Dis/articulating producers, markets, and regions: new directions in critical studies of commodity chains
J Bair, C Berndt, M Boeckler, M Werner
Environment and Planning A 45 (11), 2544-2552, 2013
Global Production and Uneven Development: When bringing labor in isn’t enough
J Bair, M Werner
‘Putting Labour in its Place’: Labour process analysis and Global Value …, 2015
Forcing change from the outside? The role of trade-labour linkages in transforming Vietnam's labour regime
AN Tran, J Bair, M Werner
Competition & change 21 (5), 397-416, 2017
Geographies of production II: Thinking through the state
M Werner
Progress in Human Geography 45 (1), 178-189, 2021
Fear and loathing in Haiti: Race and politics of humanitarian dispossession
B Mullings, M Werner, L Peake
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 9 (3), 282-300, 2010
The glyphosate assemblage: Herbicides, uneven development, and chemical geographies of ubiquity
M Werner, C Berndt, B Mansfield
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 112 (1), 19-35, 2022
Coloniality and the contours of global production in the Dominican Republic and Haiti
M Werner
Antipode 43 (5), 1573-1597, 2011
Global value chains and uneven development: a disarticulations perspective
M Werner, J Bair
Handbook on global value chains, 183-198, 2019
Capitalist crisis in the “age of global value chains”
J Bair, M Mahutga, M Werner, L Campling
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 53 (6), 1253-1272, 2021
Turn up the heat! Contesting energy poverty in Buffalo, NY
A Hilbert, M Werner
Geoforum 74, 222-232, 2016
Free trade: a governmentality approach
M Traub-Werner
Environment and Planning A 39 (6), 1441-1456, 2007
Contesting power/knowledge in economic geography: Learning from Latin America and the Caribbean
M Werner
The Wiley‐Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography, 132-145, 2012
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