Colleges, School and Institutes
Willingness to take PhD. students
Julian Clark researches and supervises doctoral research in the political geographies of Europe, the political governance of natural resources, and the interface between political geography and political science in the UK and the EU. His current projects include:
Examining Social Capital Effects on Public Policies in Rapidly Eroding Coastal Regions of Europe (EU)
Iceland: At Europe’s Edge (British Academy)
Regional Economic Resilience and the Governance of Design in Manufacturing Sectors of the West Midlands (ESRC)
Another ‘New’ Regionalism? Landscapes of Economic Governance in the Coalition Era (ESRC)
Dr Clark welcomes applications from prospective PhD students with broadly defined interests in political geography and political governance of natural resources.