Dr. G. Lewis Code
Assistant Professor (SRC)
B.A. (Geography/Urban and Environmental Studies), Brock University, 1978
M.A. (Geography), York University, 1985
Ph.D. (Geography), York University, 1995
Office: Ross Building S404D / 306 CC
Phone: (416) 736-5107, ext 22842 / 77815
Fax: (416) 736-5988
- the impact of global deregulation of the financial services industry on the creation of key nodes of financial control world wide
- the Canadian, United States and Mexican financial services sector and the impact of NAFTA on the financial service industry in North America
- the effect of venture capital on urban and regional economic development
- the changing nature of cities in the global economy, centralisation versus decentralisation and the development of edge cities
- the role of emerging communication technologies and telecommuting in restructuring the form of and functional interrelationships within cities - the nature of work (teleworking and cyburbia) and the role of community (virtual communities)
- distance education - the role of telecommunications in providing academic opportunities for persons with special needs - the impact of computer-mediated teaching techniques on student participation (gender and cultural issues)
Code, G.L. (1997) The Essentials of Home Page Design: A Faculty Resource Manual. North York: Department of Geography, 52 pp.
Code, G.L. (1996) The Canadian Urban System: Regional Structure and Change, 1871-1991. North York: Department of Geography, Discussion Paper No. 47, 85 pp.
Code, G.L. (1996) The Dynamics of Urban Growth Processes: The Economic, Political and Social Antecedents of the Canadian Urban System. North York: Urban
Studies, Working Paper Series No. 18, 56 pp.
Code, G.L. (1996) In Search of a Canadian Metropolis: Getting Back to the Gras Roots of Metropolitanism North York: Urban Studies, Working Paper Series No. 17, 61 pp.
Code, G.L. (1996) The Canadian Metropolis in the Global Economy: Toronto, Montreal and the Financial Services Industry. North York: Department of Geography, Discussion Paper No. 46, 79 pp.