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Prof Caroline Moser

Emeritus Professor

As an urban social anthropologist/social policy specialist I have more than forty years ofexperience relating to urban development and social policy on a range of issues including academic and policy-focused research, teaching and training. As a researcher I have undertaken primary field-based research on urban poverty, urban violence, household asset vulnerability and accumulation strategies, gender and development and the informal sector in countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Jamaica.

Other research has included social policy, community participation, the social dimensions of economic reform, human rights, social protection and most recenty urban climate change adaptation with empirical research in Mombasa, Kenya

Division: 
Research
Sustainability enthusiast?: 
No
Interdisciplinary themes: 
Cities
Education
Engagement

Connections

Research

Pro-Poor Adaptation to Climate Change

Research on pro-poor asset adaptation strategies to climate change in urban centres.

http://www.carolinemoser.co.uk/pro-poor-adaptation-to-climate-change-in-...

Group

Global Urban Research Centre

Responses to climate change 

Keywords: 
Development, Climate change, Cities, Economy, Political economy