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Özge Öner

Özge Öner received her Ph.D. in Economics in 2014 at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS). From 2014 until the summer of 2022 she was a researcher at IFN. Starting in 2018 she was also lecturer in real estate and spatial economics at the University of Cambridge.


Özge Öner

Some of the issues Özge Öner addressed in her research:

  • Neighborhood-level analysis of ethnic enclaves and segregation. 
  • Migration and mobility of immigrants and natives within and across local labor markets.
  • Distance sensitivity of demand and market accessibility for various types of retail and service activities.
  • The spatial composition of retail and service markets.
  • Within city co-location of economic activity.
  • Urban amenities, place attractiveness, and income sorting within cities.
  • Population and service decline in rural areas.
Published at IFN
Journal Articles
Book Chapters
Working Papers
Articles in Swedish
Popular Science
Other Publications