Michiel van Meeteren
Michiel van Meeteren
Assistant Professor in Human Geography, Utrecht University
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World cities under conditions of financialized globalization: Towards an augmented world city hypothesis
D Bassens, M Van Meeteren
Progress in Human Geography 39 (6), 752-775, 2015
Pacifying Babel’s Tower: A scientometric analysis of polycentricity in urban research
M van Meeteren, A Poorthuis, B Derudder, F Witlox
Urban Studies 53 (6), 1278-1298, 2016
Can the straw man speak? An engagement with postcolonial critiques of ‘global cities research’
M Van Meeteren, B Derudder, D Bassens
Dialogues in Human Geography 6 (3), 247-267, 2016
Disentangling agglomeration and network externalities: A conceptual typology
M van Meeteren, Z Neal, B Derudder
Papers in Regional Science 95 (1), 61-80, 2016
World cities and the uneven geographies of financialization: Unveiling stratification and hierarchy in the world city archipelago
M Van Meeteren, D Bassens
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 40 (1), 62-81, 2016
Christaller and “big data”: recalibrating central place theory via the geoweb
M Van Meeteren, A Poorthuis
Urban Geography 39 (1), 122-148, 2018
The Appleization of finance: Charting incumbent finance’s embrace of FinTech
R Hendrikse, D Bassens, M van Meeteren
Finance and Society 4 (2), 159-180, 2018
Flemish Diamond or ABC-Axis? The spatial structure of the Belgian metropolitan area
M Van Meeteren, K Boussauw, B Derudder, F Witlox
European Planning Studies 24 (5), 974-995, 2016
Strategic coupling between finance, technology and the state: Cultivating a Fintech ecosystem for incumbent finance
R Hendrikse, M van Meeteren, D Bassens
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 52 (8), 1516-1538, 2020
Short trips and central places: The home-school distances in the Flemish primary education system (Belgium)
K Boussauw, M Van Meeteren, F Witlox
Applied Geography 53, 311-322, 2014
Planning for agglomeration economies in a polycentric region: Envisioning an efficient metropolitan core area in Flanders
K Boussauw, M Van Meeteren, J Sansen, E Meijers, T Storme, E Louw, ...
European Journal of Spatial Development 69, 2018
Manning circuits of value: Lebanese professionals and expatriate world-city formation in Beirut
M Krijnen, D Bassens, M Van Meeteren
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (12), 2878-2896, 2017
Engaging with “urban science”
B Derudder, M Van Meeteren
Urban Geography 40 (4), 555-564, 2019
Doing global urban studies: On the need for engaged pluralism, frame switching, and methodological cross-fertilization
M Van Meeteren, D Bassens, B Derudder
Dialogues in Human Geography 6 (3), 296-301, 2016
Statistics do sweat: Situated messiness and spatial science
M van Meeteren
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 44 (3), 454-457, 2019
From polycentricity to renovated urban systems theory: Explaining Belgian settlement geographies
M Van Meeteren
Ghent University, 2016
On geography’s skewed transnationalization, anglophone hegemony, and qualified optimism toward an engaged pluralist future; A reply to Hassink, Gong and Marques
M Van Meeteren
International Journal of Urban Sciences 23 (2), 181-190, 2019
No more credit to Europe? Cross-border bank lending, financial integration, and the rebirth of the national scale as a credit scorecard
D Bassens, M Van Meeteren, B Derudder, F Witlox
Environment and Planning A 45 (10), 2399-2419, 2013
Mapping communities in large virtual social networks: Using Twitter data to find the Indie Mac community
M Van Meeteren, A Poorthuis, E Dugundji
2010 IEEE International Workshop on: Business Applications of Social Network …, 2010
History of geography
M Van Meeteren, J Sidaway
International Encyclopedia of Human Geography 2nd Edition 7, 37-44, 2020
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