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Thomas Sigler

Conference paper

The corporate geography of Australian cities: tracking change in ASX-listed firm headquarters in Australian cities, 2013-2016

The geography of firm location is a longstanding focus in urban studies. This paper examines the distribution of Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed headquarters in Australian cities. It focusses on change in the distribution of firm locations between 2013 and 2016 by sector, with a...
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One City, Many Networks: Brisbane's Global Position within Multiple Flows

The papers presented at the 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 7) were organised into seven broad themes but all shared, to varying degrees, a common focus on the ways in which high quality academic research can be used in the development and...
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Green Urbanism in Australia: An Evaluation of Green Building Rating Schemes

Creating sustainable cities requires rethinking the built environment, a fundamental component of mitigating the environmental impacts of buildings. To evaluate this, stakeholders in Australia increasingly rely on third party verification via green building rating schemes. These rating schemes address and encourage a variety of green...
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An Exploratory Analysis of Brisbane's Commuter Travel Patterns Using Smart Card Data

The papers presented at the 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 7) were organised into seven broad themes but all shared, to varying degrees, a common focus on the ways in which high quality academic research can be used in the development and...
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Corporate Clustering in Australian Cities: An analysis of the geographic distribution of ASX-listed headquarters

The State of Australian Cities (SOAC) national conferences have been held biennially since 2003 to support interdisciplinary policy-related urban research. This paper was presented at SOAC 6, held in Sydney from 26-29 November 2013. SOAC 6was the largest conference to date, with over 180 papers...