Neil Argent
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Rural Community and Rural Resilience: What is important to farmers in keeping their country towns alive?
P McManus, J Walmsley, N Argent, S Baum, L Bourke, J Martin, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (1), 20-29, 2012
From pillar to post? In search of the post-productivist countryside in Australia
N Argent
Australian Geographer 33 (1), 97-114, 2002
The amenity complex: towards a framework for analysing and predicting the emergence of a multifunctional countryside in Australia
N Argent, P Smailes, T Griffin
Geographical research 45 (3), 217-232, 2007
Rural youth migration trends in Australia: An overview of recent trends and two inland case studies
N Argent, JIM Walmsley
Geographical Research 46 (2), 139-152, 2008
Rural population density: its impact on social and demographic aspects of rural communities
PJ Smailes, N Argent, TLC Griffin
Journal of Rural Studies 18 (4), 385-404, 2002
Population growth and change: implications for Australia's cities and regions
P M c GUIRK, N Argent
Geographical Research 49 (3), 317-335, 2011
Path dependence, resilience and the evolution of new rural economies: Perspectives from rural Western Australia
M Tonts, P Plummer, N Argent
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 362-375, 2014
Trouble in paradise? Governing Australia's multifunctional rural landscapes
N Argent
Australian Geographer 42 (2), 183-205, 2011
A creativity-led rural renaissance? Amenity-led migration, the creative turn and the uneven development of rural Australia
N Argent, M Tonts, R Jones, J Holmes
Applied Geography 44, 88-98, 2013
Amenity-led migration in rural Australia: a new driver of local demographic and environmental change?
N Argent, M Tonts, R Jones, J Holmes
Demographic change in Australia's rural landscapes, 23-44, 2010
Evolutionary perspectives on rural Australia
M Tonts, N Argent, P Plummer
Geographical Research 50 (3), 291-303, 2012
Financial exclusion in rural and remote New South Wales, Australia: a geography of bank branch rationalisation, 1981–98
NM Argent, F Rolley
Australian Geographical Studies 38 (2), 182-203, 2000
The amenity principle, internal migration, and rural development in Australia
N Argent, M Tonts, R Jones, J Holmes
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (2), 305-318, 2014
Reinterpreting core and periphery in Australia's mineral and energy resources boom: an Innisian perspective on the Pilbara
N Argent
Australian Geographer 44 (3), 323-340, 2013
The neoliberal seduction: governing‐at‐a‐distance, community development and the battle over financial services provision in Australia
N Argent
Geographical Research 43 (1), 29-39, 2005
Local–if possible: how the spatial networking of economic relations amongst farm enterprises aids small town survival in rural Australia
B Pritchard, N Argent, S Baum, L Bourke, J Martin, P Mcmanus, ...
Regional Studies 46 (4), 539-557, 2012
Getting On, Getting Up and Getting Out?: Broadening Perspectives on Rural Youth Migration
C Gibson, N Argent
Geographical Research, 2008
Neoliberalism in antipodean spaces and times: an introduction to the special theme issue
P O'Neill, N Argent
Geographical Research, 2005
Heading down to the local? Australian rural development and the evolving spatiality of the craft beer sector
N Argent
Journal of Rural Studies 61, 84-99, 2018
The sponge city hypothesis: does it hold water?
N Argent, F Rolley, J Walmsley
Australian Geographer 39 (2), 109-130, 2008
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