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Towards New Forms of Urban Governance and City Development


Eric Clark

Eric Clark (PhD) is Professor of human geography and member of the steering committee for the Linnaeus Centre, LUCID. Clark has extensive research experience in urban studies, including social geography, urban sustainability, housing policy, land policy, gentrification and urban redevelopment. He is member of the Royal Society of Letters at Lund, and currently serves as Vice Chair of the International Geographical Union Commission on Islands, steering committee member of LUCID and FESSUD, and on editorial boards of several international journals. Clark’s teaching duties include urban and regional planning.

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