Dr. Jana M. Kleibert leads the Leibniz-Junior Research Group “Constructing Transnational Spaces of Higher Education” at the Institute for Research on Society and Space (IRS) in Erkner, Germany, and at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She is an economic geographer with a keen interest in the geographies of globalisation, the networks and places of global Read more about Dr. Jana M. Kleibert[…]
Alice Bobée works in the research project “Constructing Transnational Spaces of Higher Education. International Branch Campus development at the Interface of Network and Territorial Embeddedness (TRANSEDU)“ in the research department „Dynamics of Economic Spaces“ since June 2018. She obtained a Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a focus on Cultural Studies from the University College of Read more about Alice Bobée[…]
Tim Rottleb studied Middle Eastern Studies with a focus on Political Science which was followed by a M.A. in Politics and Economics of the Middle East, both at Philipps University in Marburg. During his studies he was mainly interested in researching EU-MENA relations as well as societal conflicts in Arabic countries and their urban dimension. Read more about Tim Rottleb[…]
Marc Schulze joined the Leibniz Junior Research Group “Constructing Transnational Spaces of Higher Education: International Branch Campus Development at the Interface of Network and Territorial Embeddedness” in May 2018. His current research focus is in Economic Geography with wider research interests in Political and Social Geography. He studied Geography, Political Science and English Studies at Read more about Marc Schulze[…]
Neil Coe is Professor of Economic Geography at the National University of Singapore. His research interests are in the areas of global production networks and local economic development; the geographies of local and transnational labour markets; the geographies of innovation; and institutional and network approaches to economic development.
Bas van Heur is professor of Human Geography and Urban Studies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels and is director of the Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research. His main research interest is in the politics of urban development and the analysis of urban development strategies and their effects.