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Özge Öner


Özge Öner received her Ph.D. in Economics in 2014 at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS). Starting in 2018 she is a lecturer in real estate and spatial economics at University of Cambridge.

IFN Researcher

Özge Öner

Research interests: Infrastructure, Retail, Service strategy and design, Tourism, Urban and regional economics

Some of the issues Özge Öner addresses 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.
Current writings

Published at IFN
Journal Articles
Book Chapters
Working Papers
Articles in Swedish
Popular Science
Other Publications