Planning for impact in international development research projects
How do we create meaningful and relevant impact in international research projects funded by Overseas Development Assistance (ODA)? How is ODA-related research impact different to that measured in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF)? Where can we find examples of best practice?
Lecture: Skill diversity and the evolution of formal employment in cities
What drives formal urban employment in a developing economy with informality?
2019 Global Leadership for the Future of Cities Summer Course
PEAK Urban team members Michael Keith and Tim Schwanen are participating in this summer course organised by Samuel Chen, Research Fellow and China Liaison on the PEAK Urban programme.
Mini Symposium on Computational Mass Migrations
Mass migrations are one of the main societal challenges in the last decade. Europe, Central America and South America are witnessing the displacement of millions of people at an unprecedented speed and scale. To harness the positive effects of migrations for both migrants and host communities, new tools and frameworks need to be developed to understand the processes of spatial displacement, social and economic integration.
PEAK Urban annual retreat in Bangalore
In January 2019, the PEAK Urban programme brought together over 60 researchers and research support members from the five partners together for the first time. The five day retreat in Bangalore provided an opportunity for researchers to share the research proposals they had developed and refined over the previous half year.