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French, S., Leyshon, A. and Wainwright, T. (2007) Financializing space At RGS-IBG Annual International Conference: Sustainability and Quality of Life, United Kingdom. 28 - 31 Aug 2007.

Huber, Franz (2007) Going beyond the 'thematic turn' of relationality? The scope of concepts and methods of social network analysis At Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, United States.

Huber, Franz (2007) Personal networks and knowledge flows in clusters. Absorption, leakage and spatial dimensions in the Cambridge IT Cluster At Library House Science Club, United Kingdom.

Huber, Franz (2007) Social capital: conceptual problems and actor-centered perspectives of social networks and social resource At Deutscher Geographentag, Germany.

Huber, Franz (2007) Social networks and knowledge spillovers: networked knowledge workers and localised knowledge spillovers, Witney, GB, Peter Lang, 158pp.

Manville, G. (2007) Boosting business for BCHA Bournemouth Echo

Manville, G. (2007) Can the charity sector become a sexy business Bournemouth Echo, (24 October)

Roushan, G and Manville, G (2007) A Framework for the Potential Role of Information Specialists as Change Agents in Performance Management At European Research in Management (ERIMA), Biarittz, France, 15th -17th March, 2007.

Wainwright, T. (2007) Financialization and the geographies of value transformation At RGS-IBG Annual International Conference: Sustainability and Quality of Life, United Kingdom. 28 - 31 Aug 2007.

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