2 PhD candidates on Investment-Induced Displacement and Resettlement in Mozambique (1.0 FTE)
The Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning has developed the challenging Research Programme “Urban Futures: Transitions Towards Economic and Social Sustainability for Cities”. In this Programme faculty members from different subdisciplines of Human Geography and Spatial Planning work closely together on topics like governance of urban transitions, smart urban governance, urban infrastructures, healthy urban living, urban inequalities and diversities, transnational mobilities, economic resilience and networks and flows in and between urban regions. The Department is responsible for the Undergraduate Programme in Human Geography and Spatial Planning and for a number of Graduate Programmes like Spatial Planning, Human Geography (Urban and Economic Geography), International Development Studies and Geographical Information Management and Applications (GIMA).
For the NWO ASPASIA project “Inside the investment frontier” in the sub discipline of International Development Studies, we are looking for two PhD-candidates. Deadline for applications is June 20. For more information see the job advertisement or contact Dr Kei Otsuki: K.Otsuki@uu.nl.