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Martin Sokol

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Trinity College Dublin

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Trinity College Dublin

1 Weston Gardens

Haddington, East Lothian,EH41 3DD

United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

Lecturer In Geography

Queen Mary


Senior Lecturer In Geography

Canterbury Christ Church University


Affiliations

FinGeo

Founding Member and A Secretary


Queen Mary University

Visiting Research Fellow


Queen Mary University London

Visiting Research Fellow


Urban Institute Ireland

Research Fellow


University College London

Lecturer, Department of Geography


Education

PhD thesis

Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies


doctorate

Newcastle University


Web References(24 Total References)


www.fingeo.net

The origins of FinGeo go back to the Geographies of Finance and Post-Socialist Transformations Research Network, organised by Martin Sokol, Zoltan Gál, Tim Heinemann and Dariusz Wójcik in 2010-13 and funded by the Regional Studies Association.
These events led to many fruitful research collaborations and resulted in an email-list with over 100 members, which continued to grow and function as a basis for a newsletter, led by Martin Sokol throughout 2014. In 2015, the idea was born to create the Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) as an umbrella network that could build on, support, and transcend individual, often regionally focused, research networks with fixed-term funding. The FinGeo concept was launched publicly by a group of financial geographers led by Dariusz Wójcik and Martin Sokol on 20 August 2015 during the Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography in Oxford. The first funds for FinGeo were secured in 2015 from Regional Studies Association, in the form of the Research Network on Financial Geographies, organised by Martin Sokol, Zoltan Gál, Dariusz Wójcik and David Bassens. The Group included Manuel Aalbers, David Bassens, Fabio Contel, Sabine Dörry, Gary Dymski, Ewald Engelen, Zoltan Gál, Michael Grote, Sarah Hall, Janelle Knox-Hayes, Karen Lai, Fenghua Pan, Thomas Sigler, Martin Sokol, Simon Zhao, and was chaired by Dariusz Wójcik. FinGeo Secretary - Martin Sokol, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin.


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Questions related to the membership can be addressed to the FinGeo Secretary, Martin Sokol at sokolm@tcd.ie.
FinGeo Secretary - Martin Sokol, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin.


www.fingeo.net

Organised by: Janelle Knox-Hayes (MIT), Martin Sokol (Trinity College Dublin), Dariusz Wójcik (Oxford) Please register here: The series will bring together leading thinkers to address the crucially important relationship between finance, geography, and sustainability.
FinGeo Secretary - Martin Sokol, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin.


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FinGeo Secretary - Martin Sokol, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin.


www.fingeo.net

Martin Sokol
Secretary Martin Sokol is an Associate Professor in Geography at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. He is an economic geographer with interest in urban and regional development, Read More FinGeo Secretary - Martin Sokol, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin.


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