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REP research featured in the Times Higher Education supplement

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Research led by Real Estate & Planning Research Fellow, Dr Claudia Murray, was featured in this week's Times Higher Education Supplement. The project brings together a network of experts in science, technology and innovation designed to provide consultancy and help build capacity in Colombia.

The project is led by Henley Business School, part of the University of Reading, with support from Oxford University Innovation. Funding has come through a British Council programme, the Newton-Caldas Fund, which promotes economic development and welfare in Colombia through science and innovation partnerships.

Claudia notes that, despite the failure of the recent referendum to ratify the peace deal between the government and Farc rebels, “Colombia has been going through a fantastic transformation from being one of the sleeping giants of the region to becoming part of the ‘big six’ club of largest economies in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

Read the full article.

Claudia Murray

Research Fellow of Urban Development
Published 26 October 2016
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