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1Aug-2022Neither prepared nor transformed: Institutional responses to unconventional oil and gas development in Australian and Canadian communitiesMarkey, Sean; Halseth, Greg; Ryser, Laura; Argent, Neil ; Haslam-McKenzie, Fiona10-May-2022
22022Counter-urbanisation in pre-pandemic times: disentangling the influences of amenity and disamenityArgent, Neil ; Plummer, Paul16-Jun-2022
39-Sep-2021Reduction of Blast Fishing in Tanzania: Analysis of Outcomes and Deterrence MeasuresHampton-Smith, Melissa ; Mika, Sarah ; Bower, Deborah ; Argent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
411-Aug-2021Adaptive capacities and social resilience on Kangaroo Island: Beyond the staples trapArgent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
523-Dec-2020The Little Island That Did: Related Variety, Branding and Place-based Development In South AustraliaArgent, Neil 14-Oct-2021
630-Oct-2020Reduction of Blast Fishing in Tanzania: Analysis of Outcomes and Deterrence MeasuresHampton-Smith, Melissa ; Mika, Sarah ; Bower, Deborah ; Argent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
72020NatureArgent, Neil 15-Oct-2021
82020Postproductivist and Multifunctional AgricultureArgent, Neil 26-Oct-2021
91-Aug-2019Rural geography III: Marketing, mobilities, measurement and metanarrativesArgent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
10Apr-2019Bending the arc of the staples trap: Negotiating rural resource revenues in an age of policy incoherenceMarkey, Sean; Halseth, Greg; Ryser, Laura; Argent, Neil ; Boron, Jonathan24-Sep-2021
111-Feb-2019Rural geography II: Scalar and social constructionist perspectives on climate change adaptation and rural resilienceArgent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
12Jan-2019Path dependency or investing in place: Understanding the changing conditions for rural resource regionsRyser, Laura; Halseth, Greg; Markey, Sean; Gunton, Cameron; Argent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
132019Regional Cities and City Regions in Rural Australia: A Long-Term Demographic PerspectiveSmailes, Peter John; Griffin,Trevor Louis Charles; Argent, Neil Michael 24-Sep-2021
14Nov-2018New Immigration Destinations (NID) unravelling the challenges and opportunities for migrants and for host communitiesMcAreavey, Ruth; Argent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
15Nov-2018Migrant integration in rural New Immigration Destinations: An institutional and triangular perspectiveMcAreavey, Ruth; Argent, Neil 24-Sep-2021
16Jan-2018Sustainable rural economies, evolutionary dynamics and regional policyPlummer, Paul; Tonts, Matthew; Argent, Neil 14-Feb-2018
172018The redefined role of finance in Australian agricultureLarder, Nicolette ; Sippel, Sarah Ruth; Argent, Neil 5-Jun-2018
182018Heading down to the local? Australian rural development and the evolving spatiality of the craft beer sectorArgent, Neil 17-Jul-2018
196-Mar-2017Behavioral GeographyArgent, Neil 15-Oct-2021
202017Rural geography I: Resource peripheries and the creation of new global commodity chainsArgent, Neil 22-Jan-2018
212017Mine Lifecycle Planning and Enduring Value for Remote CommunitiesRobertson, Stuart Andrew; Blackwell, Boyd ; Haslam McKenzie, Fiona; Argent, Neil 18-Jun-2017
222017Australia: Trap or Opportunity?: Natural Resource Dependence, Scale, and the Evolution of New Economies in the Space/Time of New South Wales' northern tablelandsArgent, Neil 18-Apr-2017
232016The Potential Value of Lifecycle Planning for Resource Communities and the Influence of Labour Force MobilityRobertson, Stuart; Argent, Neil 18-Apr-2017
242016Demographic Change: Beyond the Urban-Rural DivideArgent, Neil 18-Apr-2017
252016Spatial Concentration in Australian Regional Development, Exogenous Shocks and Regional Demographic Outcomes: a South Australian case studySmailes, Peter; Griffin, Trevor; Argent, Neil 1-Aug-2017
262016Migration and Ageing Processes in Non-metropolitan Australia: An Analysis of 30 Years of Dramatic ChangeArgent, Neil ; Griffin, Trevor; Smailes, Peter9-Aug-2016
272016Rural transitions in the Nambucca Valley: Socio-demographic change in a disadvantaged rural localeHolmes, John; Argent, Neil 29-Mar-2017
282016Australia: Labor/capital relations and sustainable development in the new south wales' northern tablelandsArgent, Neil 22-Dec-2017
292015Wipeout? The Gold Coast and Tweed surfboard manufacturing cluster and local economic developmentLogue, David; Argent, Neil ; Warren, Andrew 1-Apr-2015
302015A Multicultural and Multifunctional Countryside? International Labour Migration and Australia's Productivist HeartlandsArgent, Neil ; Tonts, Matthew30-Apr-2015
312015The fall and rise of agricultural productivism? An Antipodean viewpointRoche, Michael; Argent, Neil 9-Oct-2015
322015Australasian Rural Geographies: At the Core, in the Antipodes?Argent, Neil 6-Nov-2015
332014The 'N' word: Australian particularism, taxonomies of development and epistemologyArgent, Neil 31-Jul-2014
342014Rural Migration, Agrarian Change, and Institutional Dynamics: Perspectives from the Majority WorldArgent, Neil ; Tonts, Matthew; Stockdale, Aileen29-Aug-2014
352014The Amentity Principle, Internal Migration, and Rural Development in AustraliaArgent, Neil ; Tonts, Matthew; Jones, Roy; Holmes, John26-Aug-2014
362014Demographic Change, Differential Ageing, and Public Policy in Rural and Regional Australia: A Three-State Case StudySmailes, Peter J; Griffin, Trevor L C; Argent, Neil 12-Aug-2014
372014New rural economies: Introduction to the special themed issueArgent, Neil ; Measham, Thomas24-Dec-2014
382014Path dependence, resilience and the evolution of new rural economies: Perspectives from rural Western AustraliaTonts, Matthew; Plummer, Paul; Argent, Neil 24-Dec-2014
392014The Role of Gender in the Migration Practices and Aspirations of Australian Rural YouthDufty-Jones, Rae; Argent, Neil ; Rolley, Frances ; Walmsley, Dennis 30-Apr-2015
402013Reinterpreting Core and Periphery in Australia's Mineral and Energy Resources Boom: an Innisian perspective on the PilbaraArgent, Neil 20-Nov-2013
412013A creativity-led rural renaissance?: Amenity led migration the creative turn and the uneven development of rural AustraliaArgent, Neil ; Tonts, Matthew; Jones, Roy; Holmes, John20-Nov-2013
422012Local - If Possible: How the Spatial Networking of Economic Relations amongst Farm Enterprises Aids Small Town Survival in Rural AustraliaPritchard, William; Argent, Neil ; Baum, Scott; Bourke, Lisa; Martin, John; McManus, Phil; Sorensen, Anthony ; Walmsley, Dennis J 25-Mar-2012
432012Shaping the Rural-Urban Symbiosis: Density, Dispersal, Remoteness, and Town Size in South-East AustraliaGriffin, Trevor L C; Smailes, Peter J; Argent, Neil 25-Jun-2012
442012Evolutionary Perspectives on Rural AustraliaTonts, Matthew; Argent, Neil ; Plummer, Paul18-Feb-2013
452012Rural Community and Rural Resilience: What is important to farmers in keeping their country towns alive?McManus, Phil; Walmsley, J Dennis J ; Argent, Neil ; Baum, Scott; Bourke, Lisa; Martin, John; Pritchard, Bill; Sorensen, Anthony 23-Apr-2012
462012The Future of Australian Rural Communities: How Powerful are the Forces of Change?Smailes, Peter J; Griffin, Trevor L C; Argent, Neil 6-Aug-2013
472011What's New about Rural Governance? Australian perspectives and introduction to the special issueArgent, Neil 23-Apr-2012
482011Trouble in Paradise? Governing Australia's multifunctional rural landscapesArgent, Neil 19-Apr-2012
492011Population Growth and Change: Implications for Australia's Cities and RegionsMcGuirk, Pauline; Argent, Neil 23-Apr-2012
502011Australian agriculture in the global economic mosaicArgent, Neil 19-Mar-2012

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