Alexandra L. Cermeño

affiliated with the university

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economic History
  • Economics
  • Social and Economic Geography
  • History

Research

My main research is focused on economic historical geography. I am particularly interested about the interrelations of economic growth, geographical differences and size of markets. I have worked with data on the twentieth century in the United States, late Middle-Ages and Early Modern Sweden and 19th century Spain.  I am particularly interest in the analysis of the effect of place-based policies on inequality in terms of time and space combining historical data and use of modern techniques such as Geographic Information Systems and spatial econometrics.

Teaching

1. Teaching/Course responsibility:

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant): Lecturer

- Course name: Development Theories

- Course code: UTVC23

- Number of clock hours: 60

 

2. Supervision of theses (including theses completed by Feb-19):

Undergraduate level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

Master level (number of theses 2018): 5

 

3. Examiner of theses (including theses completed by Feb-19):

Undergraduate level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

Master level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

 

4. Briefly describe development work in education – renewal of curriculum and/or pedagogical development:

I am currently taking the course Teaching for Higher Education.

 

5. Involvement of guest teachers:

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6. Programme responsibility (name of programme)

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7. Additional work in education (e.g. planning, implementation, and pedagogical leadership)

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8. Briefly describe your work with IT-supported teaching and learning

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9. Production of cases, publications on teaching and learning, teaching materials and textbooks

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Recent research outputs

Kerstin Enflo & Alexandra L. Cermeño, 2019 Jan 3, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).

Research output: Other contributionWeb publication/Blog post

Alexandra L. Cermeño & Kerstin Enflo, 2018 Dec 13, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), 40 p. (Discussion Paper; no. 13392).

Research output: Working paper

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