I’ve put out a bunch of new academic and policy stuff in the past few weeks. Fresh from the ideas workshop, here it all is …
LSE’s Spatial Economics Research Centre has just published three of my phd papers in their working paper series. They are:
1) The Economics of Superdiversity [link]
2) The Long Term Impacts of Migration in UK Cities: Diversity, wages, employment and prices [link]
I’ll also be talking through all three papers (and discussing Richard Floria) at the AAG 2011 conference in Seattle in mid-April. If you’re there come and say hello!
More importantly, the UN Environment Programme launched a huge piece of work on the green economy a couple of weeks back, with a globally-streamed event in Nairobi and much other fanfare. This includes a report on Cities in the Green Economy [pdf], published by an LSE Cities team (including yours truly). LSE also did a sister report on Green Buildings [pdf].
You can read the whole lot, and some summary papers, on the Green Economy microsite.