Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her primary areas of study are Gentrification, Economic geography, Public administration, Urban geography and The Renaissance. She performs integrative study on Gentrification and Empirical examination in her works. Her Economic geography study incorporates themes from Urban studies, Political economy, Globalization and Financial services.
Her Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Policy studies and Scholarship. Her Urban geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social science, Human geography and Place identity. She has included themes like Information and Communications Technology, Ideology and Diversity in her The Renaissance study.
Gentrification, Economic geography, Gender studies, Politics and Political economy are her primary areas of study. Loretta Lees undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gentrification and Resistance through her works. The concepts of her Economic geography study are interwoven with issues in Urban geography, Social mix and Argument.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Modernity, Human geography and Ethnic group. Her study focuses on the intersection of Politics and fields such as Public administration with connections in the field of Scholarship, Urban policy, Downtown, Public policy and Urban planning. Her Political economy research includes elements of Urbanization, Eviction, Austerity and Global city.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gentrification, Economic geography, Estate, Politics and Urban geography. Her Gentrification research includes themes of Urbanism and Neoclassical economics. Her studies deal with areas such as Urban studies, Human geography and Public policy as well as Urbanism.
Her study ties her expertise on Social mix together with the subject of Economic geography. In her study, Ethnic group and Urban policy is inextricably linked to Gender studies, which falls within the broad field of Politics. Loretta Lees combines subjects such as Aesthetics, Eviction and Regional science with her study of Urban geography.
Loretta Lees mainly investigates Gentrification, Economic geography, Aesthetics, Eviction and Urban geography. As part of her studies on Gentrification, Loretta Lees often connects relevant areas like Existentialism. Her Existentialism research overlaps with other disciplines such as Displacement, Environmental ethics and Resistance.
Her study on Survivability is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Neoclassical economics and Value. Displacement is integrated with Population displacement and Battle in her research.
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Gentrification and Social Mixing: Towards an Inclusive Urban Renaissance?
Urban Studies (2008)
A reappraisal of gentrification: towards a ‘geography of gentrification’
Progress in Human Geography (2000)
New-build 'gentrification' and London's riverside renaissance
Mark Davidson;Loretta Lees.
Environment and Planning A (2005)
Super-gentrification: The case of Brooklyn Heights, New York City
Urban Studies (2003)
The geography of gentrification: Thinking through comparative urbanism
Progress in Human Geography (2012)
Super‐gentrification in Barnsbury, London: globalization and gentrifying global elites at the neighbourhood level
Tim Butler;Loretta Lees.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (2006)
New‐build gentrification: its histories, trajectories, and critical geographies
Mark Davidson;Loretta Lees.
Population Space and Place (2010)
The Gentrification Reader
Loretta Lees;Tom Slater;Elvin Wyly.
Mixed Communities: Gentrification by Stealth?
Gary Bridge;Gary Bridge;Tim Butler;Loretta Lees.
Urban geography: discourse analysis and urban research
Progress in Human Geography (2004)
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