Kati Kadarik

researcher at Institute for Housing and Urban Research

Visiting address:
Trädgårdsgatan 18
Postal address:
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

I am a PhD student in Human Geography at IBF. My current research interests concern migration, residential segregation, and economic and social integration. My PhD position is part of a research programme called Dilemmas of Diversity: Ethnic Integration and Segregation in the City.

Supervisors: Prof. Roger Andersson, John Östh and Anneli Kährik

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My courses


Before starting my PhD studies at Uppsala University, I was a PhD student for one year at University of Tartu, Estonia, where I researched post-socialist inner city change.

2012-2013 PhD studies in Human Geography and Regional Planning in the Centre for Migration and Urban Studies, University of Tartu. Project title: Transformation of post-socialist inner cities from socialism to market economy: changes in the socio-spatial structure.

2012 MSc in Human Geography and Regional Planning (University of Tartu, cum laude). Thesis title: Residential location decision-making among younger households as the cause of changes in the inner city: the case of Tartu.

2011 One semester at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen in Germany (during MSc studies).

2009 BSc in Human Geography (Changes in Tartu inner city older housing and residential structure in the period of 1998-2008).


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