How important is the use numerical/quantitative methods?
Mick Dunford wrote:
> Sussex plans to appoint a new permanent Lecturer in Geography,
> preferably of someone with interests in economic geography and whose
> research entails some use of numerical/quantitative methods. Appointment
> on the Lecturer B scale is possible. Ideally all applicants should have
> completed their doctorates, but consideration will be given to
> appointing someone of considerable promise who has not yet finished
> his/her doctorate.
> As of next academic year geography will be part of a new School of
> Global Studies with Geography and International relations where
> Development Studies will also be located. A new university-wide research
> programme on global transformations to which geographers will contribute
> is being developed. In economic geography itself close relationships
> exist with the globalization group in the Institute of Development Studies.
> Anyone interested in this post and wanting more information about
> Geography or economic geography at Sussex is welcome to contact me (by
> email as I shall be in China working on a China-EU research project).
> Mick Dunford
Dr Martin Sokol
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