Welcome to my home page. I have been at Simon Fraser since 1976, making my way here via the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (BA, 1968), University of Alberta (MA, 1970), the University of Washington (PhD 1973) and Memorial University of Newfoundland where I taught for three years. I spent a year at the University of Sheffield while on sabbatical (1980-81) and I have been a Visiting Professor at the University of Cologne (summers of ’95 and 2000) and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (May, 2001). In 1999 I received the Award for Scholarly Distinction from the Canadian Association of Geographers. Between 1985 and 1990 I chaired the Geography Department, as I do now (late 2010), and between 2006-2008 inclusive I was Editor of The Canadian Geographer.
On field work in Japan:
My undergraduate teaching focuses on:
Economic Geography (Geography 221)
Industrial Location (Geography 323)
Industrial Change and Local Development (Geography 426)
International Field Study (Geography 497)
With my co-author Jerry Patchell I am about to publish a text book that reveals how I teach Economic Geography (GEOG 221). The book is entitled Economic Geography: An Institutional Approach, and will be available from Oxford (Toronto) around December 2010.
I developed a text book for GEOG 323, The Dynamics of Industrial Location: The Factory, The Firm and the Production System, originally published by John Wiley and sons, Chichester in 1997. This book is no longer published by Wiley but I have the copyright and the book can be accessed, free of charge, at:
The Dynamics of Industrial Location: The Firm, the Factory and the Production System (see below)
At the graduate level I have taught several course, often as reading courses.
My graduate courses provide advanced reading and discussion of industrial location dynamics, institutional economic geography, and regional development.
I am an economic geographer broadly interested in the relationships between industrial organization, location and regional development. Overall my research reflects an institutional approach to economic geography, often centred around the large corporation (and the theory of the firm) while incorporating the roles of government policy, unions, and environmentalism. I am interested in theories of economic evolution and restructuring, the nature of resource peripheries, industrial location dynamics, and environmental economic geography. Empirically, a lot of my work has focused on British Columbia’s forest economy while other studies have focused on the economic geography of production systems in East Asia.
I welcome applications from graduate students in my areas of interest. Over the years, I have supervised graduate students on a variety of topics including the:
- restructuring of BC’s forest economy with respect to employment segmentation, flexible specialization, community development and high school youth;
- role of local associations in BC’s wine industry;
- local impacts of direct foreign investment in Iceland’s aluminium industry and Poland’s auto industry
- role of domestic champion firms in Taiwan’s electronic industries.
As of 2010 I have an SSHRC grant that is investigating the impact of the softwood lumber dispute on patterns of location adjustment, employment and local development in the BC forest sector. This project is investigating more generally trade dispute mechanisms with trade agreements, and their implications for regional development.
I am also supervising research that is examining the role of recessionary crises in industrial location change, particularly with respect to the BC forest sector 1980 to 2010.
I continue to work with Trevor Barnes on comparing forest policies in BC, New Zealand and Tasmania, and with David Edgington on industrial location dynamics in East Asia, especially in relation to Japanese FDI. More generally, I continue to be interested in the evolutionary geographies of firms.
Award for Scholarly Distinction, The Canadian Association of Geographers, 1999
Wrigley-Fairchild Award, 2000 for best paper published by the American Geographical Society, 1986-99 (with Jerry Patchell)
Visiting Professor, University of Western Australia, July, 1991
Visiting Professor, University of Cologne, May-June, 1995
Visiting Professor, University of Cologne, April-July, 2000 (Selected and sponsored by DAAD)
Visiting Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, May, 2001
R, Hayter and J. Patchell 2011 Economic Geography: An Institutional Approach, Toronto: Oxford.
R. Hayter and R. B. Le Heron (eds) 2002, Knowledge, Industry and Environment: Innovation and Institutions in Territorial Perspective, London: Ashgate.
R. Hayter, 2000 Flexible Crossroads: The Restructuring of British Columbia’s Forest Economy Vancouver: UBC Press.
R. Hayter, 1997 The Dynamics of Industrial Location: The Factory, The Firm and The Production System Chichester: John Wiley
T Barnes and R Hayter (eds) 1997 Troubles in the Rainforest: British Columbia’s Forest Economy in Transition Victoria: Western Geographical Press
R. Hayter and P. Wilde (eds) 1990 Industrial Transformation in Canada and Australia, Ottawa: Carleton University Press.
R. Hayter, 1988 Technology Policy Perspectives and the Canadian Forest Product Industries, Background Study No.56, Science Council of Canada, Ottawa, 1988.
K. Edenhoffer and R. Hayter (forthcoming) Restructuring on a vertiginous plateau: The evolutionary trajectories of British Columbia’s forest industries. Geoforum.
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (forthcoming) The ‘In-situ’ Dynamics of Japanese Electronic Subsidiaries in ASEAN Countries: Reflections from a Development Perspective. Asia- Pacific.
R. Hayter, R. Midgley and K. Edenhoffer (forthcoming) Trade politics and industrial adjustment: The implications of the Canada-US softwood lumber dispute phase 4 for British Columbia, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie.
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (forthcoming) In China’s shadow: The location dynamics of Japanese electronic firms in Malaysia, Economic Geography
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (forthcoming) New relations between Japanese and Taiwanese electronic firms, Environment and Planning A. (PDF)
R. Hayter (forthcoming) Industrialization. In Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. Ed. Barney Warf. New York: Oxford University Press (www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/geography).
J. Affolderbach, A. Clapp and R. Hayter (2012) Environmental bargaining and boundary organizations: Remapping British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, Annals of the Association of American Geographers (PDF)
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (2012) Glocalization and regional headquarters: Japanese electronics firms in the ASEAN region, Annals of the Association of American Geographers. (PDF)
R. Hayter and T. Barnes (2012) Neoliberalism and its geographical limits: Comparative reflections from forest peripheries in the global north, Economic Geography. (PDF)
J. Affolderbach, A. Clapp and R. Hayter (2011) Remapping resource peripheries: environmental bargains in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, Regions, No 282 (Regional Studies Association), 13-15.
L. Lee, R. Hayter and D. Edgington 2008 Large and latecomer firms: The Taiwan Semiconductor company and Taiwan’s electronics industry, Tijdschrifte voor Economische en Social Geographie (forthcoming).
R. Hayter 2008 Environmental Economic Geography in Institutional Perspective, Geography Compass 3: 831-50 (PDF)
T. Majek and R. Hayter 2008 Hybrid Branch Plants: Japanese lean production in Poland’s auto industry, Economic Geography 84: 333-58.
T. Reiffenstein and R. Hayter 2006 Domestic timber auctions and flexibly specialized forestry in Japan, The Canadian Geographer 50: 503-525.
A. Kingsbury and R. Hayter 2006 ‘Business associations and local development: The Okanagan wine industry’s response to NAFTA’ Geoforum 37: 596-609.
R. Hayter 2006 ‘Classics in human geography revisited: G. L. Clark’s The employment relation and the spatial division of labor: a hyothesis’ Progress in Human Geography 30: 1-8.
T. J. Barnes and R. Hayter 2005 No ‘Greek letter writing’: Local models of resource economies, Growth and Change, 36: 453-70.
R. Hayter, 2004 The Contested Restructuring qua Remapping of BC’s Forest Economy: Reflections on the Crossroads and War in the Woods Metaphors, Canadian Journal ofRegional Science 27: 395-414.
R. Hayter, 2004 Economic Geography as Dissenting Institutionalism: The Evolution,Embeddedness and Differentiation of Regions, Geografiska Annaler 86 B: 1-21. (PDF)
R. Hayter and D. W. Edgington, 2004 Flying Geese in Asia: The Impacts of Japanese MNCs as a Source of Industrial Learning, Tidschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 95: 3-26.
R. Hayter, 2003 The War in the Woods: Globalization, Post-fordist Restructuring and the Contested Remapping of British Columbia’s Forest Economy, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 96: 706-29. (PDF)
R. Hayter, T. Barnes and M. Bradshaw, 2003 Relocating Resource Peripheries to the Core of Economic Geography’s Theorizing: Rationale and Agenda, Area 35: 15-23. (PDF)
T. Behrisch, R. Hayter and T. Barnes, 2003 I Don’t Really Like the Mill; In Fact, I Hate the Mill: Changing Youth Vocationalism, Under Fordism and Post-Fordism in Powell River,British Columbia, B C Studies
T. Reiffenstein, R. Hayter and D. W. Edgington 2002 Crossing Cultures, Learning to Export: Making Houses in British Columbia for Export in Japan, Economic Geography 78: 195-220.
R. Hayter, D. Soyez and E. Glon, 2001 La Politique Forestière en Colombie Britannique: Le Changement des Impératifs, Hommes et Terres du Nord 3: 139-146.
T. Barnes, R. Hayter and E. Hay 2001Stormy Weather, Harold Innis, and Port Alberni, BC, Environment and Planning A 33: 2127-47
R. Hayter and T. Barnes, 2001 Canada’s Resource Economy, The Canadian Geographer 45: 80-5.
D. W. Edgington and R. Hayter, 2001 Japanese Direct Foreign Investment and the Asian Financial Crisis, Geoforum 32: 103-120
D. W. Edgington and R. Hayter, 2000 Foreign Direct Investment and the Flying Geese Model: Japanese Electronics Firms in Asia, Environment and Planning A 32: 281-304
T. Barnes, R. Hayter and E. Hay (1999) ‘Too Young to Retire, Too Bloody Old to Work’: Forest Industry Restructuring and Community Response in Port Alberni, British Columbia, Forestry Chronicle 75: 781-87
R. Hayter, J. Patchell and K. G. Rees 1999, Business Segmentation and Location Revisited: Innovation and the Terra Incognita of Large Firms, Regional Studies 33: 425-42
R Hayter and D W Edgington, 1999, ‘Getting Tough’ and ‘Getting Smart’: Politics of the NorthAmerican-Japan Wood Products Trade, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 17: 319-44
J. Skulason and R. Hayter, 1998 Industrial location as a Bargain: Iceland and the Aluminium Multinationals 1962-1994, Geografiska Annaler, Series B 80: 29-48
R. Hayter and S. Han, 1998 Reflections on China’ s Open Policy Towards Direct Foreign Investment, Regional Studies 32: 1-16
J. Patchell and R. Hayter, 1997 Japanese Precious Wood: The Paradox of Value Added, Geographical Review 87: 375-95
R. Hayter and T. Barnes, 1997 The Restructuring of British Columbia’s Forest Sector: Flexibility Perspectives, BC Studies No. 113, (Spring), 7-37
R. Hayter and D. Edgington, 1997 Cutting Against the Grain: A Case Study of MacMillan Bloedel’s Japan Strategy, Economic Geography 73: 187-213
D. Edgington and R. Hayter, 1997 The Dynamics of International Trade and Production Chains: Japan’s Timber Trade with British Columbia, Regional Studies 31:151-66
R. Hayter, 1997 High Performance Organizations and Employment Flexibility: A Case Study of In Situ Change at the Powell River Paper Mill, 1980-94, The Canadian Geographer 41: 26-40
R. Hayter and D. Soyez, 1996 Clearcut Issues: German Environmental Pressure and the British Columbia Forest Sector, Geographische Zeitschrift 84: 143-56
K. Rees and R. Hayter, 1996 Flexible Specialization, Uncertainty and the Firm: Enterprise Strategies and Structures in the Wood Remanufacturing Industry of the Vancouver Metropolitan Area, British Columbia, The Canadian Geographer 40: 203-219
J. Patchell and R. Hayter, 1995 Skill Formation and Japanese Production Systems, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 86: 339-56
T. Barnes and R. Hayter, 1994 Economic Restructuring, Local Development and Resource Towns: Forest Communities in Coastal British Columbia, The Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 17: 289-310
R. Hayter, E. Grass and T. Barnes, 1994 Labour Flexibility: A Tale of Two Mills, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 85: 25-38
R. Hayter and J. Patchell, 1993 Different Trajectories in the Social Division of Labour: the Cutlery Industry in Sheffield, England and Tsubame, Japan, Urban Studies, 30: 1427-1445
R. Hayter, 1993 International Trade and the Canadian Forest Industries: The Paradox of the North American Free Trade Agreements, Zeitschrift fur Kanada-Studien, 23: 81-94
T. Barnes and R. Hayter, 1993 British Columbia’s Private Sector in Recession 1981-86: Employment Flexibility Without Trade Diversification? BC Studies, Summer, 20-42.
R. Hayter and T. Barnes, 1992 Labour Market Segmentation, Flexibility and Recession: A British Columbian case study Environment and Planning C, 10: 333-53
T. Barnes And R. Hayter, 1992 ‘The Little Town That Did’: Flexible Accumulation and Community Response in Chemainus, British Columbia Regional Studies, 26: 647-663
J. Patchell and R. Hayter, 1992 Dynamics of Adjustment and the Social Division of Labour in the Tsubame Cutlery Industry Growth and Change, 23: 199-216
R. Hayter and B. Ofori-Amoah, 1992 The ADIA Programme and the Manufacturing Sector of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, 1965-88 The Canadian Geographer, 36: 56-65
R. Hayter, 1992 International Trade Relations and Regional Industrial Adjustment: Implications of the 1980s’ North American Softwood Lumber Dispute for British Columbia Environment and Planning A, 24: 153-70.
R. Hayter and T. Barnes, Innis’ Staple Theory, Exports and Recession: British Columbia 1981-86 Economic Geography, 60, 1990, 156-73
E. Grass and R. Hayter, 1989 Employment Change During Recession: The Experience of Forest Product Manufacturing Plants in British Columbia, 1981-1985 The Canadian Geographer, 33: 240-52
B. Ofori-Amoah and R. Hayter, 1989 Labour Turnover Characteristics at the Kitimat Pulp and Paper Mill: A Log-Linear Analysis Environment and Planning A, 2: 1491-1510
R. Hayter, 1986 Performance and Export Potentials: Western Canadian Exports of Manufactured End Products, The Canadian Geographer, 30: 26-39
R. Hayter, 1986 The Export Dynamics of Traditional Industries During Recession, Environment and Planning A, 18: 729-50
R. Hayter, 1985 The Restructuring of Traditional Industries in Times of Recession, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 76: 106-120
R. Hayter, 1985 Industrial Policy and Industrial Geography: A Comment, Operational Geographer, No. 8: 68-70.
R. Hayter, 1985 The Evolution and Structure of the Canadian Forest Product Sector: An Assessment of the Role of Foreign Ownership and Control, Fennia, 163: 439-450
R. Hayter and T. Gunton, 1984 Discovery Park Policy: A Regional Planning Perspective in N.M. Waters (ed.) Topics in Cartography and Physical and Human Geography: B.C. Geographical Series No. 40, Vancouver: Tantalus Press, 27- 42
A. Khan and R. Hayter, 1984 Linkages and New Firms: An Exploratory Study in the Vancouver Metropolitan Area, Albertan Geographer, No. 20, 1-13
R. Hayter, 1983 Pacific Rim Trade: The Potential for Industrial Diversification in Alberta and British Columbia in B.M. Barr and N.M. Waters (eds.) Regional Diversification and Structural Change, B.C. Geographical Series, No. 39, Vancouver: Tantalus, 25-36.
R. Hayter and H D Watts, 1983 The Geography of Enterprise: A Reappraisal Progress in Human Geography, 7: 157-181
R. Hayter, 1982 Research and Development in the Canadian Forest Product Sector - Another Weak Link? The Canadian Geographer, 26: 256-263
R. Hayter, 1982 Truncation, the International Firm and Regional Policy, Area, 14: 277-282
R. Hayter, 1981 Patterns of Entry and the Role of Foreign Controlled Investments in the Forest Product Sector of British Columbia, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 12: 99-113
R. Hayter, 1979 Labour Supply and Resource Based Manufacturing in Isolated Communities: The Experience of Pulp and Paper Mills in North Central British Columbia, Geoforum, 10: 163-177
R. Hayter and K. Storey, Regional Economic Development in Atlantic Canada: Recent Experience and Emerging Directions in Public Policy, Plan Canada, 19, 1979, 95-105.
R. Hayter, 1978 Identifying “Quits” and “Stays” from Employee Records: A Note, Industrial Management, 20: 11-13
R. Hayter, 1978 Locational Decision-Making in a Resource Based Manufacturing Sector: Case Studies from the Pulp and Paper Industry of British Columbia, Professional Geographer, 30: 240-49
R. Hayter and K. Storey, 1978 Regional Intervention in Canada and the Evolution of Growth Center Strategies: A Comment Growth and Change, 9: 48-49
R. Hayter, 1976, Corporate Strategies and Industrial Change in the Canadian Forest Product Industries, Geographical Review, 66: 209-228
R. Hayter, 1975 Farmers’ Crop Decisions and the Frost Hazard in Northeast Alberta: A Bayesian Approach, Tijdschrift voor Economishe en Sociale Geografie, 66: 93-102
R. Hayter, 1974 Corporate Strategies in the Forest Product Industries of British Columbia, Albertan Geographer, No. 10, 7-19
R. Hayter, 1972 Spatial Variations in Minimum Temperature in North-East Central Alberta, Department of the Environment, Atmospheric Environment Service, June
R. Midgley and R. Hayter (submitted) Trade politics and industrial adjustment: The implications of the Canada-US softwood lumber dispute phase 4 for British Columbia
J. Affolderbach, A. Clapp and R. Hayter (submitted) Environmental bargaining and boundary organizations: Remapping British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (forthcoming) New relationships between Japanese and Taiwanese electronic firms, Environment and Planning A
D. Edgington and R. Hayter (forthcoming) Glocalization and regional headquarters: Japanese electronics firms in the ASEAN region, Annals of the Association of American Geographers
R. Hayter and T. Barnes (forthcoming) Neoliberalism and its geographical limits: Comparative reflections from forest peripheries in the global north, Economic Geography
J. Affolderbach, A. Clapp and R. Hayter (2011) Remapping resource peripheries: environmental bargains in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, Regions, No 282 (Regional Studies Association), 13-15
L. Lee, R. Hayter and D. Edgington 2010 Large and latecomer firms: The Taiwan Semiconductor company and Taiwan’s electronics industry, Tijdschrifte voor Economische en Social Geographie 101: 177-98.
Hayter R. 2009. Resource Industries. In Kitchin R, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 9, pp. 381-389. Oxford: Elsevier.
R. Hayter 2009 Teaching and Learning Guide for Environmental Economic Geography, Geography Compass 3/4: 1596-1601
R. Hayter 2008 Environmental Economic Geography in Institutional Perspective, Geography Compass 3: 831-50 (on-line journal: http://www.blackwell-compass.com/subject/geography/article.
T. Majek and R. Hayter 2008 Hybrid Branch Plants: Japanese lean production in Poland’s auto industry, Economic Geography 84: 333-58.
T. Majek and R. Hayter 2008 Toyotaism travels to Poland: A Case Study of a Hybrid Factory. In Globalising Worlds and New Economic Configurations ed C. Tamasy and M. J. Taylor, London: Ashgate, (forthcoming).
R. Hayter 2008 The demise of a local champion: MacMillan Bloedel’s acquisition by Weyerhaeuser. In International Business Geography: Case Studies of Corporate Firms ed by P. Pellenbarg and E. Wever, London: Routledge, 234-59.
D. Edgington* and R. Hayter, 2005 ‘Hong Kong’s changing role as a global city: The perspective of Japanese electronic MNCs. In P. Daniels and T. Hutton (eds) Service Industries and Asia-Pacific Cities, London: Routledge, 173-98.
R. Hayter, 2005 ‘Regions as institutions, Interregional firms and new economic spaces’ in New Economic Spaces: New Economic Geographies ed R. B. Le Heron and J. W. Harrington (London: Ashgate) 192-205.
R. Hayter, K. Rees* and J. Patchell*, 2005 ‘High tech ‘large firms’ in Greater Vancouver, British Columbia: Congregation without clustering?’ in New Economic Spaces: New Economic Geographies ed R. B. Le Heron and J. W. Harrington (London:
R. Hayter, 2004, Requiem for a Local Champion: Globalization, British Columbia’s ForestEconomy and MacMillan Bloedel. In J. Donner-Amnell, A. A. Lehtinen and B. Saether(eds), The Politics of Forests in the Age of Globalization, (forthcoming), London: Ashgate, 31-65.
R. Hayter, (2002), Embedding the Environment in Industrial Geography: Rethinking the ‘Proper Distribution of Industry’. In: Jouke van Dijk, Paul Elhorst, Jan Oosterhaven and Egbert Wever (eds), Urban Regions: Governing Interacting Economic, Housing, and Transport Systems. Netherlands Geographical Studies no.303. Utrecht: Royal Dutch Geographical Society, pp.291-313 (ISSA 0169-4839).
R. Hayter and R. B. LeHeron, 2002, Industrialization, Techno-economic Paradigms and the Environment. In R. Hayter and R. B. LeHeron (eds), Knowledge, Industry and Environment: Innovation and Institutions in Territorial Perspective, London: Ashgate, 11-
R. B. LeHeron and R. Hayter, 2002, Introduction to Knowledge, Industry and the Environment. In R. Hayter and R. B. LeHeron (eds), Knowledge, Industry and Environment: Innovation and Institutions in Territorial Perspective, London: Ashgate, 1-
R. Hayter and R. B. LeHeron, 2002, Conclusion: Institutions and Innovation in Territorial Perspective. In R. Hayter and R. B. LeHeron (eds), Knowledge, Industry and Environment: Innovation and Institutions in Territorial Perspective, London: Ashgate,
R. Hayter and J. Holmes, 2001, The Canadian Forest Industries: The Impacts of Globalization and Technical Change. In M. Howlett (ed) Canadian Forest Policy: Regimes: Adapting to Change Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 127-56.
R. Hayter, 2000 Single Industry Resource Towns. In E, Sheppard and T. Barnes (eds) A Companion to Economic Geography Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 290-307
R. Hayter and J. Holmes, 1999 Continentalization in an Era of Globalization - a Perspective from Canada’s Resource Periphery. In T. Barnes and M. Gertler (eds) Institutions and the Space Economy, London: Routledge, 176-201.
J. Patchell, R. Hayter and K. Rees 1999 Innovation and Local Development: the Neglected Role of Large Firms. In E J Malecki and P Oinas (eds.) Making Connections: Technological Learning and Regional Economic Change, Aldershot: Ashgate
R. Hayter and T. Barnes 1997 Troubles in the Rainforest: British Columbia’s Forest Economy in Transition. In T Barnes and R Hayter Troubles in the Rainforest: British Columbia’s Forest Economy in Transition Victoria: Western Geographical Series, 1-10
R. Hayter and T. Barnes 1997 The Restructuring of British Columbia’s Coastal Forest Sector: Flexibility Perspectives. In T Barnes and R Hayter (eds) Troubles in the Rainforest: British Columbia’s Forest Economy in Transition Victoria: Western Geographial Series, 181-202
R. Hayter, 1996 R&D Systems. In W. F. Lever and P. Daniels (eds) The Global Economy in Transition, London: Longmans, 164-92
R. Hayter, 1996 Technological Imperatives in Resource Sectors: Forest Products. In J. N. H. Britton (ed) Canada and the Global Economy, Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queens Press, 101-22
R. Hayter and R. Galois, 1991 The Wheel of Fortune: British Columbia Lumber and the Global Economy. In P. M. Koroscil (ed.) Essays in Honour of Archie MacPherson, Mission: R. S. Graphics, 169-202
T. Barnes, R. Hayter and E. Grass, 1990 Corporate Restructuring and Employment Change: A Case Study of MacMillan Bloedel. In M. De Smidt and E. Wever (eds), The Corporate Firm in a Changing World Economy, London: Routledge, 1990, 145-165
R. Hayter, Canada’s Trade and Investment Links in the Pacific Region. In R. Hayter and P.D. Wilde (eds), Industrial Transformation in Australia and Canada, Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1990, 226-38
P. Wilde and R. Hayter, 1990 Introduction: Industrial Transformation in a Changing Global Economy. In R. Hayter and P. Wilde (eds), Industrial Transformation in Australia and Canada, Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1-8
R. Hayter and P. Wilde, 1990 Concluding Statement. In R. Hayter and P. Wilde (eds), idem., 299-302
R. Hayter, 1987 Technology and Jobs: Innovation Policy in British Columbia and the Forest Product Sector. In K.Chapman and G. Humphreys (eds), Technical Change,Employment and Spatial Policy, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 215-232
R. Hayter, 1978 Forestry in British Columbia: The Resource Basis of Vancouver’s Dominance. In L. Evenden (ed.) Vancouver: Western Metropolis, Western Geographical Series, Vol. 16, Victoria: University of Victoria, 1978, 95-113. (reprinted) in A. Cochrane, C. Hammett and L. McDowell (eds) City, Economy and Society: A Comparative Urban Reader, 1981
R. Hayter and B. Proudfoot, 1978 Frost in Northeast Central Alberta. In Keith Hage (ed) Essays in Honour of W.R. Longley,Edmonton: University of Alberta, 95-118. (Reprinted in N. Mohammad (ed), Perspectives in Agricultural Geography, New Delhi: New Concept Publishing Co., 1981, 139-6l).
G. Krumme and R. Hayter, 1975 Implications of Corporate Strategies and Product Cycle Adjustments for Regional Employment Changes. In L. Collins and D.F. Walker (eds) The Locational Dynamics of Manufacturing Activity London: Wiley, 325-356.
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