Tuesday, 14 March 2023 09:35

PhD Scholarship: Regional resilience to economic shocks at Cities Research Institute at Griffith University

We are currently looking for a PhD candidate to conduct research into the ways that economic resilience can be measured at a spatial/ regional level with a focus on Australia. This program of research will extend from a larger project funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant investigating the way Australian regions dealt with the economic and employment shocks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The successful applicant will work closely with Professor Scott Baum (Griffith) and Professor William Mitchell (University of Newcastle) to develop a program of research that will expand understanding of broader regional economic processes and exogenous and endogenous economic shocks. The project will provide a unique opportunity to be trained in a range of spatial and regional economic analytical techniques with the support of experienced supervisors.

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