06 June 2018 | 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
BSP Postgraduate Research Day
- G.01 Central House 14 Upper Woburn Place London WC1H 0NN
- Open to
- Yvonne Rydin
an evening of celebrating emergent results
The BSP Postgraduate Research Day will celebrate the work of research students within the School.
The evening event will focus on research students approaching completion and will present their findings. There will be short presentations from research students with an opportunity for further discussion over drinks and refreshments.
This is a public event and is open to all friends and colleagues of the Bartlett School of Planning and its research student community.
Designing demand: challenging orthodox frameworks for housing market analysis
How and why do large private developers engage in green building practice? A case study of Bangkok, Thailand
The Fourth Italy. A new geographical distribution of innovation and the contemporary urban entrepreneurial perspectives. A case study of Rome
Studying firms to understand place and place-based policy - A case study from the Mersey Dee cross-border economy
Determining an Appropriate Method to Evaluate Individual Social Equity in Urban Transport: Gini Index or Capabilities Approach?
Beatriz Mella Lira:
Using ‘weighted functionings’ to reveal health-related inequalities for transport users: a case study of Santiago de Chile
Creating a sustainable real estate market via urban regeneration : a case study on office market in Manchester