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Sociology, Social Policy and CriminologyPart of Economic, Social and Political SciencePostgraduate study
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Ms Duygu Cihan 

ESRC funded Postgraduate Student

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Ms Duygu Cihan is ESRC funded Postgraduate Student within Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology at the University of Southampton.

I am an ESRC funded postgraduate research student within the Department of Sociology and Social Policy. Prior to joining the University of Southampton, I completed my undergraduate in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Sabanci University – Turkey and MSc programme in Engineering Systems and Management, Masdar Institute – United Arab Emirates.

I also take part as a PhD student at EPRSC funded Liveable Cities Project (http://liveablecities.org.uk/) under Energy research theme.

Research interests

Since I have a background in energy and sustainability as being a graduate from the research institute of Masdar City, I am engaged in energy and climate change subjects as well as my personal interest in human wellbeing in emerging economies. I am currently studying the dynamics between human wellbeing, economic growth and climate change in emerging economies for my PhD thesis.

PhD Title: Dynamics between human wellbeing, economic growth and climate change in emerging economies
Supervisors: Milena Buechs, Jane Falkingham
Funding Agency: ESRC

Affiliate research group

Liveable Cities-Energy Research Theme team

Ms Duygu Cihan
Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Southampton, Southampton, SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

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