Our thematic paper series is currently undergoing a small facelift to ensure it meets the requirements of the British Library. Over the next few weeks, our thematic papers on policy, migration, environment, economy, and gender will receive ISSN numbers to enable them to be stored in the British Library. This will ensure a wider audience can access and reference the work conducted as part of this study. 

In this interim time, the PDFs of thematic papers will be unavailable while we update files to the new format.

 

In a series of SUEUAA working papers, the team will focus on overarching themes (environment, policy, migration, gender, and the economy), and show the similarities and differences across the different study cities in terms of the capacity of the University to respond to these city-wide issues. The fourth in this series focuses on how Universities respond to the significant drop-off of women as leaders in the labour market, and in doing so address issues of gender, development, and structural inequalities.

In a series of SUEUAA working papers, the team will focus on overarching themes (environment, policy, migration, gender, and the economy), and show the similarities and differences across the different study cities in terms of the capacity of the University to respond to these city-wide issues. The third in this series focuses on how Universities respond to mitigate the negative consequences of international and internal migration in cities.

In a series of SUEUAA working papers, the team will focus on overarching themes (environment, policy, migration, gender, and the economy), and show the similarities and differences across the different study cities in terms of the capacity of the University to respond to these city-wide issues. The first paper in this series focuses on the policy rhetoric surrounding University engagement in city-level challenges. 

In a series of SUEUAA working papers, the team will focus on overarching themes (environment, policy, gender, migration, and the economy), and show the similarities and differences across the different study cities in terms of the capacity of the University to respond to these city-wide issues. The second paper focuses on the role of Universities in environmental resilience in cities.