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Woods M. (2007) Engaging the global countryside: globalization, hybridity and the reconstitution of rural place (253.33 KB)
progress in Human Geography, 31, 485-507. Full paper (subscription or paid download required) or open access copy.

Jones, L., Heley, J. and Watkin, S. (2015) Local cultures of the Ceredigion economy: Practices of endogenous development in rural mid Wales
in J. McDonagh, B. Nienaber and M Woods (eds) Globalization and Europe’s Rural Regions. Ashgate.  pp. 57-67 (in press).

Woods, M. (2013) ‘The elite countryside: shifting rural geographies of the transnational super-rich’
in I. Hay and S. Muller (eds) Geographies of the Super-Rich. Edward Elgar.

Woods, M. (2013) ‘Economic entanglements and the reshaping of place in the global countryside’
Diez, J. R. and Tamasay, C. (eds) Regional Resilience, Economy and Society. Ashgate

Woods, M. (2010) ‘Political economies of place in the emergent global countryside: stories from rural Wales’
in G. Halseth, S. Markey and D. Bruce (eds) The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies. CABI, pp 166-178

Jones, L. and Lever, J. (2014) Migrant workers in Rural Wales and the South Wales Valleys
Wales Rural Observatory Report.

Woods, M. et al. (2012) Developing Europe’s Rural Regions in the Era of Globalization
Final Summary Report of the DERREG Project.

‘Rural resilience and the global economy: vulnerability and adaptation in a time of crisis’
findings from the DERREG project presented to the World Congress of Rural Sociology, Lisbon, July 2012.

Woods, M. (2016) International migration, agency and regional development in rural Europe (522.22 KB)
Documents d’Analisi Geografica, 62(3), 569-593. Click link for full paper (open access).