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Mr James Wood

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James completed his undergraduate degree in economics at the University of Sussex (2010-2013) before obtaining his MA (2014) in International Political Economy at King’s College London, where he is currently a PhD fellow in the Department of European and International Studies. James was awarded a KISS DTC/ESRC scholarship in 2015 to conduct his PhD research, which focuses on the use of mortgage credit as a disciplinary mechanism in advanced capitalism, though a comparative political economy account of British and Danish mortgage systems. His research on the Danish case was made possible by obtaining a position as a visiting PhD fellow at Copenhagen Business School (2015-2016), where he also held the position of Assistant Lecturer. 

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Assistant Lecturer

Wood, J. (Member)
Feb 2016Mar 2016

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Types of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation

Transforming the mortgage system and challenging the Zombie Economy

Wood, J. (Contributor)
29 Jul 2016

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Mortgage debt and wages: A comparison of Britain and Denmark

Wood, J. (Contributor)
14 Jun 2016

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