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PhD: The ‘Engaged’ University as Public Anchors in Regional Innovation Eco-Systems, University of Bath, UK

Project Description The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project based in the School of Management under the supervision of Professor Phil Tomlinson (https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/persons/phil-tomlinson) and Dr Felicia Fai (https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/persons/felicia-fai). THE PROJECT: Universities have long engaged with society and government in a range of ways giving rise to the notion of the […]

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New working spaces, migration and regional regeneration, University of Bath, UK

Project Description The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project based in the School of Management under the supervision of Professor Phil Tomlinson (https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/persons/phil-tomlinson) and Dr Mariachiara Barzotto. THE PROJECT: In an era characterised by disruptive technological changes, stagnant growth and precarious self-employment, working is becoming less dependent on distance, location […]

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South West

Please note: The South West Branch is a limited agent for the Regional Studies Association but without any authority to incur financial liability for that Association.

Sarah Ayres

Sarah Ayres is a ‘Reader in Public Policy and Governance’ at the University of Bristol, UK. Her central research interest is the governance of place, space and territory. This core provides the basis for two main strands of work. First, her research is concerned with devolution and decentralisation in both a UK and an international […]

Joanie Willett

Understanding Brexit and Trump in Post-Industrial, Peripheral Areas: Implications for Regional Development The rise in anti-establishment populism across Western nations is understood to be symbolic of the gulf that has opened up between wealthy, apparently metropolitan, often urban ‘core’, regions; and peripheral localities in decline.  As we have seen in recent elections in the UK, […]

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