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LSE Cities - LSE Cities - Home
Centre Manager. LSE Cities. London School of Economics. Houghton Street. London WC2A 2AE. ... E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|. Web: lsecities.net|. LSE Cities. |.
Cities Programme - Cities Programme - LSE Cities -...
Anna Livia Johnston. Administrator, Cities Programme. London School of Economics. Houghton Street. ... Email: email@example.com|. Cities Programme. Page Contents >. The Cities Programme is an international centre dedicated to the understanding of
CASE, CEP, STICERD and SERC IT SUPPORT| Home
IT support for research centres in 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields
Geography and Environment - Department of Geography...
Good jobs, and plenty of them, are the most important factor in reducing poverty in UK cities, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report on. ... The global economy is driven by its major cities: the keys to the city are the keys to global
SERC | About Us
The Spatial Economics Research Centre
Centre for the Analysis of Time Series (CATS) - CATS -...
Delivering and Evaluating Multiple Flood Risk Benefits' ( or 'Blue-Green Cities')| CATS is part of a new EPSRC-funded project led by the University of Nottingham ( Colin Thorne).
4 Mar 2014:
IGC-IFEJ Colloquium: Building Effective Cities for Growth. ... Building Effectives Cities for Growth. on 28th February 2014 at the Best Western Premier Hotel in Accra, Ghana.
Research - Research - LSE Cities - Home
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|. Web: lse.ac.uk/lsecities|. Research. |. ... LSE Cities is working and expanding on intersecting strands of research that cover the following areas:.
The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion - CASE
About the Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion
Staff of the LSE Information Systems Department
26 Nov 2005:
IS in developing countries; IS in public administration. ' ICTs and cities in the developing world: A network of flows', ( with S.
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