Dr. Nathan, actually.

November 21, 2011

I’ve now formally been awarded my PhD.

As some of you will know, it looks at the economic effects of growing cultural diversity in the UK, with a particular focus on recent experience in British cities, and on links between migrant and minority communities, diversity and innovation.

LSE has put the whole 234 pages online here. If that’s too much for you, here’s a summary chapter which covers the basic what, why and how.

SERC has also published versions of all four chapters in its Discussion Paper series. These are:

1) The economics of super-diversity

2) The long term impacts of immigration on UK cities

3) Ethnic inventors, diversity and innovation

4) Does cultural diversity help firms to innovate?

Happy reading!

3 Responses to “Dr. Nathan, actually.”

  1. Alice Clarke Says:

    Congrats Max!!! Well done 🙂 So happy for you 🙂

  2. Judith Doyle Says:

    Congratulations Dr. Nathan!

  3. max Says:

    Thank you both!


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