Özge Öner, IFN and University of Cambridge, and her co-author Maria Abreu, University of Cambridge, are awarded the Ashby Prize for their paper "Disentangling the Brexit vote: The role of economic, social and cultural contexts in explaining the UK's EU referendum vote".
The paper investigates a key issue: The extent of the interaction between individual voter characteristics and the geographical context in which they live.
The Ashby Prize recognizes the most innovative paper published in a given year in Environment and Planning A, the top Urban and Regional Planning journal.
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