Department of Social and Economic Geography

Research at the department

Research in the department is characterized by considerable thematic, theoretical and methodological breadth. Current research directions and areas of expertise at the department include:

  • Economic Geography including economic and industrial change, the cultural economy, political economy and feminist economic geography
  • Social Geography including gender, age and ethnicity perspectives
  • Housing- and Urban Geography including urban planning
  • Spatial Planning, Sustainability and Regional Development
  • Historical Geographies of Landscape and Current Rural Transformation
  • Migration and Mobility
  • GIS and Spatial Analysis
Urban environment

Bridging Disciplinary Boundaries

Our research is underpinned by a shared belief in the importance of space and place in shaping the world around us.
Read our latest publications, dissertations or working papers