Seminar on city-networks in the global economy, by Thomas Sigler
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Seminar on city-networks in the global economy, by Thomas Sigler

Title A City-Networks Perspective on the Global Economy   Abstract A popular approach to conceptualising the global economy has been through the lens of network science, in which cities act as economic ‘hubs’, and the connections between them as ‘spokes’. Such connections refer to various types of flows, including information, resources, and capital. This presentation … Continue reading

New paper on transport poverty by Dorina Pojani published in Gender, Place, and Culture
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New paper on transport poverty by Dorina Pojani published in Gender, Place, and Culture

Abstract: Tirana, the Balkan capital examined in this study, displays patterns of gendered job search behavior and access, which are unique within contemporary Europe and even within post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe. Here, it is a rather spatially constricted job search range rather than transport poverty that prevents women living in first-ring suburbs from attaining … Continue reading