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I am a geographer with primary research interests in regional development, agrarian transformations, migration, and climate change impacts. My PhD research on India’s Emergent Urban Formations was funded by an NWO Research Talent Grant, and published in the Annals of the American Association of Geographers, World Development, Economic Geography, and the Economic and Political Weekly.

I have recently completed an NWO Embassy Science Fellowship at the Dutch Embassy in New Delhi. As a research attaché, I aim to inform Dutch foreign policy on issues of climate change impacts and agrarian vulnerability in India. The fellowship is funded through the NWO ESF-NL programme.

I was recently awarded an NWO Rubicon grant to continue my postdoctoral research at Columbia University's Climate School in New York. I work with CIESIN, a research group that specializes in integrating data from the natural sciences (climate data) and the social sciences (population census data) to study population-environment interactions.

 

Contact via: r.j.vanduijne@utwente.nl

Expertise

  • Social Sciences

    • Process
    • Urbanization
    • India
    • Understanding
    • Analysis
  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance

    • Labor Migration
    • Employment
    • Economics

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I am a geographer with primary research interests in regional development, agrarian transformations, migration, and climate change impacts. My PhD research on India’s Emergent Urban Formations was funded by an NWO Research Talent Grant, and published in the Annals of the American Association of Geographers, World Development, Economic Geography, and the Economic and Political Weekly.

I have recently completed an NWO Embassy Science Fellowship at the Dutch Embassy in New Delhi. As a research attaché, I aim to inform Dutch foreign policy on issues of climate change impacts and agrarian vulnerability in India. The fellowship is funded through the NWO ESF-NL programme.

I was recently awarded an NWO Rubicon grant to continue my postdoctoral research at Columbia University's Climate School in New York. I work with CIESIN, a research group that specializes in integrating data from the natural sciences (climate data) and the social sciences (population census data) to study population-environment interactions.

 

Contact via: r.j.vanduijne@utwente.nl

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