Thomas Sigler
Thomas Sigler
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
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Relational Cities: Doha, Panama City, and Dubai as 21st Century Entrepôts
TJ Sigler
Urban Geography, 2013
992013
Transnational gentrification: Globalisation and neighbourhood change in Panama’s Casco Antiguo
T Sigler, D Wachsmuth
Urban Studies, 2015
972015
Strategic globalizing centers and sub-network geometries: A social network analysis of multi-scalar energy networks
K Martinus, TJ Sigler, G Searle, M Tonts
Geoforum 64, 78-89, 2015
672015
Extending beyond ‘world cities’ in World City Network (WCN) research: Urban positionality and economic linkages through the Australia-based corporate network
TJ Sigler, K Martinus
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (12), 2916-2937, 2017
562017
Panama's special economic zones: balancing growth and development
TJ Sigler
Bulletin of Latin American Research 33 (1), 1-15, 2014
502014
Global city clusters: Theorizing spatial and non-spatial proximity in inter-urban firm networks
K Martinus, TJ Sigler
Regional studies 52 (8), 1041-1052, 2018
492018
Modelling the transition toward urban sustainability: a case study of the industrial city of Jinchang, China
Y Li, RJS Beeton, T Sigler, A Halog
Journal of Cleaner Production 134, 22-30, 2016
402016
How Chinese financial centers integrate into global financial center networks: An empirical study based on overseas expansion of Chinese financial service firms
F Pan, Z He, T Sigler, K Martinus, B Derudder
Chinese Geographical Science 28 (2), 217-230, 2018
392018
Evaluating urban sustainability potential based on material flow analysis of inputs and outputs: A case study in Jinchang City, China
Y Li, RJS Beeton, A Halog, T Sigler
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 110, 87-98, 2016
392016
Where are the overseas graduates staying on? Overseas graduate migration and rural attachment in Australia
AZR Tang, F Rowe, J Corcoran, T Sigler
Applied geography 53, 66-76, 2014
372014
Sustainability from a Chinese cultural perspective: The implications of harmonious development in environmental management
Y Li, H Cheng, RJS Beeton, T Sigler, A Halog
Environment, development and sustainability 18 (3), 679-696, 2016
292016
Metropolitan land-use patterns by economic function: a spatial analysis of firm headquarters and branch office locations in Australian cities
T Sigler, G Searle, K Martinus, M Tonts
Urban geography 37 (3), 416-435, 2016
232016
The socio-spatial determinants of COVID-19 diffusion: the impact of globalisation, settlement characteristics and population
T Sigler, S Mahmuda, A Kimpton, J Loginova, P Wohland, ...
Globalization and health 17 (1), 1-14, 2021
212021
The role of tax havens and offshore financial centres in shaping corporate geographies: an industry sector perspective
T Sigler, K Martinus, I Iacopini, B Derudder
Regional Studies, 2019
212019
The influence of weather conditions on adult transit ridership in the sub-tropics
M Wei, Y Liu, T Sigler, X Liu, J Corcoran
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 125, 106-118, 2019
202019
After the ‘world city’has globalised: Four agendas towards a more nuanced framework for global urban research
TJ Sigler
Geography Compass 10 (9), 389-398, 2016
202016
Enhancing the adaptive capacity for urban sustainability: A bottom-up approach to understanding the urban social system in China
Y Li, RJS Beeton, T Sigler, A Halog
Journal of environmental management 235, 51-61, 2019
192019
Exploring financial centre networks through inter-urban collaboration in high-end financial transactions in China
F Pan, W Bi, X Liu, T Sigler
Regional Studies, 2018
192018
Regional identity in contemporary hip-hop music:(Re) Presenting the notion of place
T Sigler, M Balaji
Communication, Culture & Critique 6 (2), 336-352, 2013
192013
The brokerage role of small states and territories in global corporate networks
K Martinus, T Sigler, I Iacopini, B Derudder
Growth and Change 52 (1), 12-28, 2021
182021
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