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The article “Iron bubbles: Exploring optimism in China’s modern ghost cities” is based on eight months of ethnographic fieldwork in the ghost city of Ordos, where Ulfstjerne investigates Ordos collective investment optimism and construction frenzy through the concept “Iron Bubbles”: an outspoken optimism among locals of moving forward at a still higher pace where prosperity is thought to bring about even more prosperity – an economic bubble unable to burst.
Presenting new research conducted during the ADMIGOV research consortium, Dr. Lemberg-Pedersen travels to Malmö on February 13, 2020 to give a talk
Martin Lemberg-Pedersen and his research assistants Johanne Rübner Hansen and Oliver Joel Halpern has published a new report entitled "The political economy of entry governance" as part of the Horizon 2020 research consortium Advancing Alternative Migration Governance (ADMIGOV)
As of 1 February 2020, the Research Centre on Development and International Relations (DIR) has a new Associate Professor!
Tema: Hvad virker i beskæftigelsesindsatsen for de udsatte kontanthjælpsmodtagere?
As of 1 January 2020, Margrethe Holm Andersen is employed as senior adviser in Sydhavnen. She will be working and teaching with the Global Refugee Studies group (GRS) in Copenhagen, and will also be teaching Project Management issues at the Development and International Relations program (DIR) in Aalborg.
As of 1 January 2020, I was enrolled as a PhD fellow at the department. The PhD project is funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
The book is written in a collaborative effort among 18 contributing authors from four countries and coedited by Andrej Christian Lindholst and Morten Balle Hansen from Centre for Organization, Management and Administration (COMA), Aalborg University
CIM-medlemmer præsenterede foreløbige forskningsresultater.
Hvordan reagerer kystsamfund på naturkatastrofer? Det er det centrale spørgsmål i ph.d.-projektet ’En foranderlig tilværelse ved kysten. Naturens indvirken på menneskets levevilkår’, der har til formål at undersøge, hvordan de små kystsamfund på Agger Tange i perioden 1750 til 1900 reagerede på ekstreme vejrforhold og de mange tilbagevendende stormfloder.
As of 1 October 2019, the research group on Knowledge, Sustainability and Heritage (KSH) has a new PhD fellow. Camilla will be teaching at History Studies.
The Journal of China and International Relations is delighted to announce the publication of a new issue in English: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2019)