Room: A904, A-building, 9th floor
Phone: 08-16 28 44

Camilla Elmhorn’s research is focused on the content and consequences of the global economic restructuring on cities, and the interplay between places/cities and the global economy. In her thesis she looked at Brussels, in a later research project she has looked at Stockholm, and since a few years back she is comparing Dublin and Stockholm, and how these cities have managed the global challenge and increasing competition between cities.

In her research she problematizes and deepens the discussions and debates concerning the consequences of globalisation on places/cities, and argues that the globalisation perspective needs a better and deepened analysis of place. Her research she aims at analysing the interaction between global forces and local agents, and discusses the importance of local history and politics for understanding local change in a global era. 

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