For the first time in history more than 50% of the world population lives in cities across the globe. Cities are therefore very important spaces which help us understand more complex economic, political, cultural, and environmental processes.
Dr Niamh Moore-Cherry’s research sits at the interface of urban, social and political geography with a specific focus on urban regeneration policy, processes and impacts. She has developed a forensic approach to understanding the complex processes shaping the city of Dublin and is currently focused in developing these understandings within a European framework. Recent collaborative work undertaken for ESPON has adopted a pan-European approach to understanding urban and regional dynamics in the context of the recent crisis.
Expertise : Urban transformations? View RMS profile Back to list view