Lecturer in Quantitative Human Geography, University College London
Rory Coulter is a Lecturer in Quantitative Human Geography at University College London. He received an MA from the University of St Andrews in 2009 and then spent a further 3 years at St Andrews working towards a PhD in Human Geography. His thesis drew on life course theories and longitudinal data from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) to analyse the links between moving desires and subsequent moving behaviour.
After completing his PhD in late 2012, he made a geographical and disciplinary move to take up a role as Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. His research interests include: Residential mobility and migration; Changing family and household structures; Life course analysis; Well-being and social attitudes; and Longitudinal data analysis.