Early career researchers at the Royal Geographical Society Conference

Wednesday 01 January 2014

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Early career researchers Dr Carlos Ferreira, Dr Jennifer Ferreira and Elizabeth Bos have all had papers accepted for the Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference held in London at the end of August 2014. Carlos is presenting on  “Pluralities and performativities: the fractured economic geographies of biodiversity offset markets”; Jennifer on “Visualising the temporary staffing industry”; Lizzi on “Social Media, Reconnection and Alternative Food Networks”; and Jennifer will also be presenting at the Regional Studies Association Early Career Conference in Sheffield in October on “Exploring change in Local Enterprise Partnerships: evidence from the West Midlands”; and at an ESRC Seminar Series on the Regulation of Work and Employment, discussing “The changing regulatory mosaic of the temporary staffing industry in Europe”.