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Bassens David

Bio

David Bassens’ research interests lie in two broad areas: (i) Geographies of globalized urbanization: world-city formation and world-city-networks, urban political economies, post-colonial urban critiques, mobility of urban policies; and (ii) Geographies of finance and financialization: financial geography, economic geography, regulation theory, varieties of capitalism, and the sociology of finance. David is also Associate Director of Financialization at the Globalization and World Cities Research Network and Treasurer and Executive Committee member of FINGEO, The Global Network on Financial Geography.

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Mail

David.Bassens@vub.ac.be

Fonction

Professeur

Centre(s) de recherche

COSMOPOLIS

Domaine(s)

géographie

Université(s)

VUB

Publications

“All transport problems are essentially mathematical”: The uneven resonance of academic transport and mobility knowledge in Brussels. / Keblowski, Wojciech; Bassens, David, Urban Geography, Vol. 2017, 07.06.2017.
« Easing spatial inequalities? An analysis of the anticipated effects of Urban Enterprise Zones in Brussels » De Boeck, Sarah; Bassens, David; Ryckewaert, Michael, European Planning Studies, Vol. 25, 2017, p. 1876-1895.
« The differential performativity of academic knowledges in urban transport and mobility policy and practice: A view from Brussels. » Keblowski, Wojciech; Bassens, David, Cosmopolis, 2015. p. 2-40.

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