Andrés Rodríguez-Pose

Princesa de Asturias Chair and Professor of Economic Geography at London School Of Economics And Political Science

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http://personal.lse.ac.uk/rodrigu1/
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@rodriguez_pose
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0000-0002-8041-0856
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose is the Princesa de Asturias Chair and a Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of Economics. He is the Director of the Cañada Blanch Centre LSE and was Head of the Department of Geography and Environment. He chairs the High-Level Group on the future of Cohesion policy. This group was tasked with proposing the new Cohesion Policy for the European Union (EU) post 2027. He has been President of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI) and served as its Vice-President. He was also Vice-President and Secretary of the European Regional Science Association. He has a long track record of research in regional growth and inequality, fiscal and political decentralization, institutions, discontent and populism, innovation, migration, and development policies and strategies. This research has been frequently used by policy- and decision-makers, acting regularly as advisor to international organizations and governments. His research is widely cited in academic circles, making him one of the world's most influential scholars. In the 2023 Stanford/Elsevier list of the 2% most cited scientists (which identifies close to 200,000 researchers across all areas of science), he was among the top 1,000 researchers in the world across all academic disciplines. He was ranked first worldwide in the field of urban and regional planning by scholarly citations both in in 2023 and 2021. He also appears on Clarivate's Web of Science 2020, 2001, 2022, and 2023 lists of Highly Cited Researchers. Among his honours is the 2018 ERSA Prize in Regional Science, considered to be the highest awards in the field. He has been a holder of a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant and of a prestigious Royal Society-Wolfson Research Merit Award. Other past academic prizes include a Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship, a Philip Leverhulme Prize, and the Royal Geographical Society Gill Memorial Award. He holds Honorary Doctorates from Utrecht University (the Netherlands) and Jönköping University (Sweden). He is an editor of Economic Geography, and sits on the editorial board of 48 other scholarly journals, including many of the leading international journals in economic geography, human geography, regional science, and management. Between 1999 and 2016 he was editor of Environment and Planning C, acting as joint chief editor from 2008 onwards. He was also editor-in-chief of the Journal of Geographical Systems between 2019 and 2021.