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An integrated framework for peripheral regional development: economic, environmental, geopolitical, and socio-cultural dimensions
Spatial and Regional Economics Research Centre
are pleased to invite you to a paper in our
Virtual Visiting Speaker Series
Dr Rhiannon Pugh
Senior Lecturer, Centre for Innovation Research (CIRCLE),
presenting a paper called:
An integrated framework for peripheral regional development: economic, environmental, geopolitical, and socio-cultural dimensions.
Wednesday April 7th 2021
Join the video meeting, by clicking this link
All are welcome
About the speaker
Dr Rhiannon Pugh is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Innovation Research (CIRCLE) in Lund University. Her research interests include regional economic development, economic geographies of weaker, post-industrial and peripheral regions, the roles of universities in regional development, and gender perspectives within economic geography.
She is currently working on a three-year project funded by the research agency FORMAS studying innovation policy in the far northern peripheries of Sweden and Scotland. This project aims to explore the barriers and opportunities to enhance sustainable and inclusive economic development through innovation in peripheral areas, and to enhance our understanding of such regions within economic geography.
She is handling editor of the early career section of the journal Regional Studies, Regional Science and co-ordinator of the research network on gender and regional studies, funded by the Regional Studies Association.
All welcome. Organised by CUBS - SRERC