The Placemaking Economics Group (PEG) specialises in the analysis of economic, cultural, and social aspects of people’s residential choices and the wellbeing implications of those choices.
Through this work, it asks thequestion: ‘why do we live where we live?’
The group draws on member expertise in:
- cultural economics,
- economic geography,
- housing and urban economics,
- environmental economics
- population and family economics,
- finance and financial literacy,
- cohort consumption analysis
Our expertise includes innovative, mixed method, multidisciplinary research designs, to explore the economics of place and placemaking.