Selected Publications



Money/Space: Geographies of Monetary Transformation (A Leyshon, N Thrift), Routledge, London, 1997.


Alternative Economic Spaces (Edited by A Leyshon, R Lee, C Williams), Sage, London, 2003.


Geographies of the New Economy (Edited by P Daniels, M Bradshaw, J Beaverstock, A Leyshon), Routledge, London, 2007.


The Sage Handbook of Economic Geography (Edited by A Leyshon, R Lee, P Sunley, L McDowell), Sage, London, 2011.



Reformatted: code, networks and the transformation of the music industry (A Leyshon), Oxford University Press, 2014.

Academic Journal Papers

‘Geographies of financial exclusion: financial abandonment in Britain and the United States’, (A Leyshon, N Thrift) Transactions, Institute of British Geographers, New Series 20 (3) 312-341, 1995.

‘Lists come alive: electronic systems of knowledge and the rise of credit-scoring in retail banking’ (A Leyshon, N Thrift) Economy and Society 28 434-466, 1999.

‘Towards an ecology of retail financial services: understanding the persistence of door-to-door credit and insurance providers’ (A Leyshon, D Burton, D Knights, C Alferoff and P Signoretta), Environment and Planning A 36 625-645, 2004.

The capitalization of almost everything: the future of finance and capitalism (A Leyshon, N Thrift N), Theory Culture & Society,  24, 97-115, 2007

‘‘We All Live in a Robbie Fowler House’: The geographies of the Buy to Let market in the UK’ (A Leyshon , S French)  British Journal of Politics & International Relations 11, 438-460, 2009.

“The software slump?: digital music, the democratisation of technology, and the decline of the recording sector within the musical economy‘ (A Leyshon), Environment and Planning A, 41, 1309-31, 2009 (Winner of 2009 Ashby Prize)

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