Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft
  • Standortwahl, Mobilität und (regionale) wirtschaftliche Wettbewerbsfähigkeit
  • Geschlecht, Unternehmertum und Arbeit in der Kreativwirtschaft
  • Die Schnittstelle zwischen lokalen und globalen Produktionsnetzwerken
  • Konsum, Wertschöpfung, Second-Hand-Märkte und Modehandel
  • Nachhaltigkeit, Qualität und "slow" Mode
  • Soziale Innovation
 
seit 11/2017 Post Doc, Wirtschaftsgeographie, Geographisches Institut Universität Bern
09/2013-  10/2017 Doktorandin, Department für Human und Wirtschaftsgeographie, Universität Uppsala, Schweden
2012 - 2013 Master of Arts in Humangeographie, Universität Toronto, Kanada
05/2011 - 08/2013 Hilfsassistentin, Martin Prosperity Institut, Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Canada
09/2010 - 04/2011 Praktikantin, Invest Toronto, Toronto, Kanada
2008 - 2012 Bachelor in Städtegeographie, Minor Politikwissenschaft und Soziologie, Universität Toronto, Kanada

Academic articles

Brydges, Taylor. (2017), “Made in Canada”: Local production networks in the Canadian fashion industry. The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien. doi:10.1111/cag.12400

Brydges, T. and Pugh, Rhiannon. (2017). “An ‘Orphan’ Creative Industry: Exploring the Institutional Factors Constraining the Canadian Fashion Industry”. Growth and Change. doi:10.1111/grow.12203

Book chapters

Brydges, Taylor. “Sustainable Fashion in Canada: Unpacking the potential of ‘Made in Canada’. Forthcoming in: Mapping Sustainable Fashion Global Perspectives. E.A. Ruthschilling, A. Payne and A. Gwilt (eds.), Bloomberg.

Leslie, Deborah., and Brydges, Taylor. “Women and Retail Work: A case study of independent fashion retailers in the City of Toronto.” Forthcoming in: Working Women in Canada: An Intersectional Approach. L. Nichols and V. Tyyska (eds). Canadian Scholars Press.

Leslie, Deborah., Brydges, Taylor., and Brail, Shauna. (2015). “Qualifying Aesthetic Values in the Experience Economy: The Role of Independent Fashion Boutiques in Curating Slow Fashion,” In: Spatial Dynamics in the Experience Economy, 88-102. Anne Lorentzen, Karin Topso Larsen and Lise Schroder, (eds.), Routledge.

Brydges, Taylor., Lavanga, Mariangela., and Von Gutten, Lucia. (2014). “Entrepreneurship in the Fashion Industry: A Case Study of Slow Fashion Businesses in Three Cities,” In: Beyond Frames. Dynamics between the creative industries, knowledge institutions and the urban context, 73-79. A. Schramme, G. Hagoort and R. Kooyman (eds.), Delft: Eburon Academic Publishers.

Reports

Florida, Richard., Adler, Patrick., Matheson, Zara., and Brydges, Taylor. (2014) “The Divided City: And the New Metropolis.” Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto. Available at: http://martinprosperity.org/content/the-divided-city-and-the-shape-of-the-new-metropolis/

Ryan, Ashleigh., So, Dorinda., Brydges, Taylor., et al. (2013). “Service Class Precariety in The Toronto Region.” The Institute for Competiveness and Prosperity and the Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto Available at: http://www.competeprosper.ca/uploads/WP17_FINAL_V2.pdf

Brydges, Taylor., Gilligan, Shaun., Matheson, Zara. and Stolarick, Kevin. (2013). “The Geography of MySpace Parts 1, 2 and 3.” Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto Available at: http://martinprosperity.org/media/MySpace%20Whitepaper_Part%2001_FINAL.pdf

Brydges, Taylor. (2012). “Understanding the Occupational Typology of Canada’s Labour Force.” Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto Available at: http://martinprosperity.org/papers/TB%20Occupational%20Typology%20White%20Paper_v09.pdf

Stolarick, Kevin., Matheson, Zara., and Brydges, Taylor. (2012) “Benchmarking the Creative Economy in Rural Ontario.” Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto. Available at: http://martinprosperity.org/media/EDCO%20Final%20Report.pdf

Working Papers

Brydges, Taylor and Hracs, Brian J. (2017). “Locating Canada’s Independent Fashion Designers. Working Paper 2/17. Economic, Governance, Culture Working Paper Series at the University of Southampton.

Brydges, Taylor and Hracs, Brian J. (2017). “Landscape-Centric Branding in the Canadian Fashion Industry.” Working Paper 3/17. Economic, Governance, Culture Working Paper Series at the University of Southampton.