Dominic Stead

Associate Professor with research and teaching focus on processes of policy-making and the impacts of policies, particularly in relation to urban transport and spatial planning. Dominic has a substantial experience in acquiring, managing and executing research projects, especially pan-European projects. He has recently been involved in projects funded by the ESPON Cooperation Programmes, European Framework Programmes and the United Nations. He has broad experience in teaching, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including courses on urban and regional planning, urban environmental management and transport planning.

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Rethink the City: New approaches to Global and Local Urban Challenges (edX)

How do you plan future cities? Explore alternative theories and innovative solutions for urban challenges in the global south. You’ll learn about today’s urban challenges focusing on developing countries, referred to as the global south.