Key Publications since 2001
Bryson, J.R. and Daniels, P.W. (eds.) (2007) The Handbook of Service Industries in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar, 594 pages (View Flyer PDF)
Bryson, J.R., Daniels, P.W. and Warf, B. (2004) Service Worlds: People, Organizations, Technologies, Routledge, 286 pages
Cuadrado Roura, J.R., Rubalcaba Bermejo, L and Bryson, J.R. (eds) (2002) Trading Services in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 361 pages.
Selected Journal Papers
Harris, C., Moran, D., & Bryson, J. R. (2014). Polish Labour Migration to the UK: Data Discrepancies, Migrant Distributions, and Indicators of Entrepreneurial Activity. Growth and Change.
Bryson, J. R., & Ronayne, M. (2014). Manufacturing carpets and technical textiles: routines, resources, capabilities, adaptation, innovation and the evolution of the British textile industry. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 7(3), 471-488.
Mulhall, R. A., & Bryson, J. R. (2014). Energy price risk and the sustainability of demand side supply chains. Applied Energy, 123, 327-334.
Bryson, J.R., Taylor, M. and Cooper, R. (2008), ‘Competing by Design, Specialization and Customization: Manufacturing Locks in the West Midlands (UK)’, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 90 (2): 173-186
Bryson, J.R., Taylor, M. and Daniels, P.W. (2008), ‘Commercializing ‘Creative’ Expertise: Business and Professional Services and Regional Economic Development in the West Midlands, UK’, Politics and Policy: 36: 2, 306-328
Taylor M., Plummer P., Bryson John R. and Garlick S. (2008), ‘The Role of Universities in Building Local Economic Capacities’, Politics and Policy: 36: 2, 216-231
Bryson, J.R. and Rusten, G. (2008)‘ Transnational Corporations and Spatial Divisions of ‘Service’ Expertise as a Competitive Strategy: The Example of 3M and Boeing.’, The Service Industries Journal, 28:3: 307-323
Rusten, G., Bryson, J.R. and Aarflot, U., (2007) ‘Places through Product and Products Through Places: Industrial Design and Spatial Symbols as Sources of Competitiveness’, Norwegian Journal of Geography, 61:3: 133-144
Bryson, J.R. and Daniels, P.W. (2008), ‘Skills, Expertise and Innovation in the Developing Knowledge Economy: The Case of Business and Professional Services, forthcoming’, International Journal of Services Technology and Management, 9: 3/4: 249-267
Bryson, J.R. (2007) ‘A ‘Second’ Global Shift? The Offshoring or Global Sourcing of Corporate Services and the Rise of Distanciated Emotional Labour’, Geografiska Annaler 89B (S1): 31-43
Bryson, J.R. (2007) ‘Arts, Dance, Cultural Infrastructure and City Regeneration: Knowledge, Audience Development, Networks and Conventions and the Relocation of a Royal Ballet Company from London to Birmingham’, The Norwegian Journal of Geography, 61:3:98-110
Rusten, G. and Bryson J.R. (2007) ‘The Production and Consumption of Industrial Design Expertise by Small and Medium-Sized Firms: Some Evidence from Norway’, Geografiska Annaler, 89:1:75-87.
Bailey, A.R. and Bryson, J.R. (2006) ‘Stories of Suburbia (Bournville, UK): From Planning to People Tales, Social and Cultural Geography, 7:2: 178-197
Bailey, A.R. and Bryson J.R. (2006) ‘Quaker Industrial Patronage: George Cadbury and the Construction of Bournville Model Village’, Quaker Studies, 11:1:96-124
Bryson, J.R. and Buttle, M. (2005) ‘Enabling Inclusion through Alternative Discursive Formations: The regional development of Community Development Loan Funds (CDLFs) in the United Kingdom’, The Service Industries Journal, 25, 2: 273-286
Rusten G., Bryson, J.R. and Gammelsæter, H. (2005) ‘Dislocated versus local Business Service Expertise and Knowledge and the Acquisition of External Management Consultancy Expertise by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Norway’, Geoforum, in press, available on-line from January 13, 2005 (doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2004.10.002)
Daniels P.W. and Bryson J.R. (2005) ‘Sustaining Business and Professional Services in a Second City Region: The Case of Birmingham, UK, The Service Industries Journal, 25, 4: 505-5
Bryson, J.R. and Rusten, G. (2005) ‘Spatial Divisions of Expertise: Knowledge Intensive Business Service Firms and Regional Development in Norway, The Services Industries Journal, 25: 8: 959-977
Donovan, R. Sadler, J.P. and Bryson J.R. (2005) ‘Urban biodiversity and sustainable development’, Engineering Sustainability: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 158: ES2: 105-114, awarded the Halcrow Prize Number 1 by the Institution of Civil Engineers, 2006.
Bryson, J.R. and Monnoyer, M.C. (2004) ‘Understanding the Relationship between Services and Innovation: The RESER review of the European service literature on innovation’, The Service Industries Journal, 24, 1: 205-222.
Rusten G., Gammelsæter, H. and Bryson J.R. (2004) ‘Combinational and Dislocated Knowledges and the Norwegian Client Consultant Relationship’ The Service Industries Journal, 24: 1: 155-170.
Bryson J.R. and Wellington C. (2003) ‘Image Consultancy in the United Kingdom: Recipe Knowledge and Recreational Employment, The Service Industries Journal, 23, 1: 59-76.
Daniels, P.W. and Bryson, J.R. (2002) ‘Manufacturing Services and Servicing Manufacturing: changing forms of production in advanced capitalist economies’, Urban Studies, 39, 5-6: 977- 991.
Sidaway, J.D. and Bryson, J.R. (2002) ‘Constructing knowledges of “emerging markets”: UK based fund managers and their overseas connections’, Environment and Planning A, 34: 401-416.
Bryson, J.R. et.al. (2001) ‘Report on European Services Research’ , Service Industries Journal January 2001, vol 21: 1: 227-240
Wellington, C.A. and Bryson, J.R. (2001) ‘At Face Value? Image Consultancy, Emotional Labour and Professional Work’, Sociology, 35:4: 933-946
Bryson, J.R. , McGuinness, M and Ford, R.G (2001) ‘Chasing a loose and baggy monster: almshouses and the geographies of charity’, Area
Bryson, J.R. and Lowe, P.A. (2001) ‘Story-Telling and History Construction: Retelling the Story of George Cadbury’s Bournville Model Village’, Journal of Historical Geograph