Research team leader: Dr Kirsten Martinus
I am a Senior Research Fellow at The University of Western Australia in the UWA School of Agriculture and Environment. My research interests lie in the economic geography, urban processes, globalisation and technology.
This is a collaborative project between The University of Western Australia (UWA) and The University of Queensland (UQ). Our team holds expertise in planning, urban and regional policy and development and economic geography.
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