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Professor Ronald Martin FBA

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About this Fellow

Geography Economic Geography Geography and Public Policy

Website: http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/people/martin/

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Economic Geography, University of Cambridge

Past Appointments

  • British Academy 'Thank-Offering to Britain' Senior Research Fellow, Unknown Unknown, 1997 - 1998
  • Lecturer, Reader and Professor of Economic Geography, University of Cambridge, 1974
  • Fellow, Cambridge - MIT Institute, University of Cambridge, 2000
  • Professor of Economic Geography, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 2000
  • Professor of Economic Geography, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 2000

Publications

Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography 2010

Regional Competitiveness 2006

Economy Geography (5 Vols) 2008

The Economy: Critical Essays in Human Geography 2008

Money Power and Space 1994

Handbook of Regional Innovation and Growth 2011

Money and the Space Economy 1999

Putting Workfare in Place 2005

Clusters and Regional Development 2006

Other Anthropology and Geography Fellows

Professor Stephen Graham

The changing nature of cities and urbanism; sociologies of technology, mobility and infrastructure; the digitisation of urban life; the politics of urban security and militarisation; the vertical dimension of cities

Professor Michael Watts

The political economy of resources with a particular focus on the oil and gas and energy sectors, and on food and agriculture in the Global South (Africa in particular)

Professor Deborah James

The anthropology of economy – exploring, in South Africa, how people’s access to credit is bound up with identity, status, and aspirations of upward mobility and, in the UK, how debt advisers / intermediaries seek novel resource flows, invent interventions, and create new spaces of justice

Professor Veena Das

Anthropology and philosophy with special emphasis on everyday life; anthropology of violence; the urban poor; ordinary ethics and feminism; kinship and religion; Indian philosophy and aesthetics