Maarten van Ham
Maarten van Ham graduated in Economic Geography from Utrecht University in The Netherlands in 1998, and he gained his PhD in Geography in 2002 from the same University. Since then he has worked in several positions in the Netherlands and the UK. In 2011 he was appointed Professor of Geography at the University of St Andrews in the UK, and in the same year he was appointed Professor of Urban Geography at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. In Delft Maarten is currently Head of the Department of Urbanism.
Maarten’s research focusses on better understanding patterns of spatial inequality and segregation in cities all over the world. He also investigates the effects of these spatial inequalities on the lives of individuals, neighbourhoods and cities. Maarten has published over 100 research articles and more than 10 books. His latest book ‘Urban Socio-Economic Segregation and Income Inequality. A Global Perspective’ can be downloaded for free using this link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-64569-4
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