EGRG-sponsored sessions at RGS-IBG conference 2022

The Economic Geography Research Group is pleased to be sponsoring the following sessions at the upcoming Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference 2022. This will be taking place at Newcastle University and online from 30th August to 2nd September 2022.

Session titles and convenors

  • Environmental Labour Studies
    Adrian Smith, Carlo Inverardi-Ferri, Liam Campling, and Elena Baglioni (Queen Mary University of London) and Neil Coe (University of Sydney)
  • Chains of Recovery and Resilience: A Global Production Network (GPN) Approach
    Smytta Yadav (University of Manchester) and Tiago Alves-Teixeira (Durham University)
  • Labour beyond recovery: (Post-)pandemic futures of work
    Sabina Lawreniuk (University of Nottingham, & Will Monteith (Queen Mary University of London)
  • Discard economies and dynamics of valuation in times of crisis
    Julia Corwin (London School of Economics) and Katharina Grüneisl (Leipzig University/IRMC)
  • Explaining with Asian Geographies: Theorising Back, Theorising Better
    Kean Fan Lim (Newcastle University) and Henry Wai-chung Yeung (National University of Singapore)
  • Understanding the global geographies of the knowledge-based economy: transformations, disruptions and reproductions of transnational higher education
    Marc Schulze, Tim Rottleb (Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space) and Michael Hoyler (Loughborough University)
  • Financial geographies of higher education
    Luke Green (Newcastle University) and Emily Rosenman (Penn State University)
  • Geographies of dietary change
    Jonathan Beacham, David M Evans (University of Bristol) and Peter Jackson (University of Sheffield) 
  • Geographies of Recovery? Development Pathways and Prospects for ‘Left Behind Places
    Danny MacKinnon (CURDS, Newcastle University), Tim Leibert (Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography) and Vincent Béal (University of Strasbourg)
  • Social Reproduction and Labour in Lockdown – Crisis and Recovery?
    Al James (Newcastle University) and Julie MacLeavy (University of Bristol)
  • Financialisation, regulation, and the local state
    Frances Brill (University of Cambridge), Laura Deruytter (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Andy Pike (Newcastle University) and Callum Ward (London School of Economics)
  • Ecology and Labour Regimes
    Elena Baglioni, Liam Campling, Carlo Inverardi-Ferri and Adrian Smith (Queen Mary University of London) and Neil Coe (University of Sydney)
  • Housing Speculations: Conversations about Work in Progress
    Jessa Loomis (Newcastle University) and Elsa Noterman (University of Cambridge)
  • New and critical geographies of innovation  
    Helen Pallett and Martin Mahony (University of East Anglia)