|Professor Ron Martin is Professor of Economic Geography and a Fellow of the Cambridge-MIT Institute. He is also a Research Associate of the Centre for Business Research attached to the Judge Business School. He holds a Professorial Fellowship at St Catharine’s College. He will be a Leverhulme Major Research Fellow for 2007-2010.
At present, Professor Ron Martin teaches on two main undergraduate courses in the Geographical Tripos: Second Year: Understanding the Economy: Geographies of Contemporary Capitalism, Third Year: The Restructuring of Britain. In addition, he gives graduate lectures and seminars in the MPhil in Geographical Research, on:
Research Training Module on New Developments in Economic Geography.
Professor Ron Martin regularly provides research advice and consultancy to Government Departments (DTI, ODPM), and Regional Development Agencies, and has undertaken various studies for them. He also provides economic-geographic advice and consultancy to a number of private sector consultancies, including Local Futures (London), Cambridge Econometrics (Cambridge), and Trends Business Research (Newcastle).
His most recent publications include:
By Vilelmini G. Psarrianou, RSI Journal