The Department of Land Economy is a leading international centre, providing a full programme of taught courses within an intensive, research-oriented environment. It was ranked first amongst universities submitting to the Town and Country Planning Panel in the recent Research Assessment Exercise.

Members

Dr Maria Abreu

University Senior Lecturer

Dr Gemma Burgess

Director of Research and Centre Director

Anna Clarke

Senior Research Associate

Dr Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli

Post-doctoral Research Associate

Dr Richmond Juvenile Ehwi

Research Associate

Dr Shailaja Fennell

Lecturer in Development Studies

Dr Stefania Fiorentino

Senior Teaching Associate in Planning, Growth and Urban Regeneration

Dr Franz Fuerst

Reader in Housing and Real Estate Finance

Dr Dabo Guan

Senior Research Associate

Dr Nazia Habib

Head of Research Centre and Associate Professor Centre for Resilience and Sustainable Development (CRSD); Founder and Research Director, Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme (Engineering )

Professor Ian Hodge

Professor of Rural Economy

Christopher Hooton

PhD candidate

Mr David Howarth

Head of Department and Professor of Law and Public Policy

Dr Katy Karampour

Associate Researcher

Professor Andreas Kontoleon

Professor of Environmental Economics and Public Policy

Dr Thies Lindenthal

University Lecturer

Professor Colin Lizieri

Head of Department and Grosvenor Professor of Real Estate Finance

Kelvin MacDonald

Senior Visiting Fellow

Nick Mansley

Executive Director, Cambridge Real Estate Research Centre

Professor John McCombie

Professor of Regional and Applied Economics

Dr Jean-Francois Mercure

Research Associate

Dr Maria Augusta Paim

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Sophia Peacock

PhD candidate

Dr Franziska Sielker

Newton International Fellow

Andy Skelton

Research Assistant

Dr Eva Steiner

University Lecturer

Professor Peter Tyler

University Professor

Chihiro Udagawa

Research Associate

Dr Peter Williams

Departmental Fellow, and Former Director of Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research