Currid-Halkett is the lead author for USC’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum on the Retail, Consumer Goods and Lifestyle briefing (2017).
Currid-Halkett, E, Lee, H., Painter, G. (2017). Veblen Goods and Metropolitan Distinction: An Economic Geography of Conspicuous Consumption. University of Southern California: Working Paper.
Yoon, H. and Currid-Halkett, E. (2014). Industrial Gentrification in West Chelsea: Who Survived and Who Didn’t? Empirical Evidence from Discrete-Time Survival Analysis. Urban Studies.
Williams S, Currid-Halkett E (2014) Industry in Motion: Using Smart Phones to Explore the Spatial Network of the Garment Industry in New York City. PLOS ONE 9(2): e86165. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0086165
Currid-Halkett, E. and Scott, A (2013). The Geography of Celebrity and Glamour: Economy, Culture and Desire in the City. Elsevier: City, Culture and Society 4 (1): 2-11
Ravid, G. and Currid-Halkett, E. (2013). The Social Structure of Celebrity: An Empirical Network Analysis of an Elite Population. Taylor and Francis: Celebrity Studies 4(1): 182-201
Currid-Halkett E, Ravid G (2012) “‘Stars’ and the connectivity of cultural industry world cities: an empirical social network analysis of human capital mobility and its implications for economic development” Environment and Planning A 44(11): 2646 – 2663
Williams, S. and Currid-Halkett, E. (2011). The Emergence of Los Angeles Fashion: A Comparative Spatial Analysis of New York and Los Angeles’ Fashion Industry. Urban Studies. Vol. 48 (14). Pp. 3043-3066
Currid, E. and Williams, S. (2010). The Geography of Buzz: Art, Culture and the Social Milieu in Los Angeles and New York. Journal of Economic Geography. Vol. 10 (3). Pp.423-451.
Currid, E. and Williams S. (2010). Two Cities, Five Industries: Similarities and Differences Within and Between Cultural Industries in New York and Los Angeles. Journal of Planning Education and Literature. Vol. 29 (3). pp. 322-335.
Currid, E. and Stolarick, K. (2010). The Occupation-Industry Mismatch: New Trajectories for Regional Cluster Analysis and Implications for Economic Development. Urban Studies. Vol. 47 (5). Pp. 337-362.
Currid, E. (2009). Bohemia as Subculture; “Bohemia” as Industry: Art, Culture and Economic Development. Journal of Planning Literature.Vol 23 (4). Pp. 368-382.
Currid, E. (2006). New York as a Global Creative Hub: A Competitive Analysis of Four Theories on World Cities. Economic Development Quarterly. Vol 20(4). Pp. 330-350.