Özge Öner – a post-doctoral alumni student talks about strategies for an international career
Özge Öner is currently a senior lecturer at the University of Cambridge, Department of Land Economy, and a fellow at Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge. She is also a researcher at the Research Institute for Industrial Economics in Stockholm (IFN) and an assistant professor at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Space Economics (CEnSE) at JIBS in Sweden. Özge received his PhD in Economics 2014 from JIBS and her doctoral thesis, entitled “Retail Location”, focused on spatial patterns for the retail trade in Sweden. Her research is based on urban and regional economics and deals with issues related to migration, labor mobility, microgeography of ethnic enclaves and segregation, retail and service geography, urban buildings, and geography of entrepreneurship and voting geography. She has spent part of her graduate studies at the Regional Economics Applications Laboratory at the University of Illinois. She is a former recipient of Handelsbanken Wallander’s postdoctoral study in Sweden and the Young Investigator award in Italy. She is co-editor of the flagship inscription for the European Regional Science Association, REGION, and she also writes monthly columns for SvD.
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