Research focus: Development studies, economic geography, population geography
A note for prospective PhD students: Potential PhD candidates interested in research at the intersection of development studies, economic geography, political geography, population geography, and environmental geography are welcome.
- Ongoing PhD projects: Sanitation in Ethiopia (Helena Humňalová); Sanitation in India (František Ficek); Natural resource curse hypothesis in low- and middle-income countries: A regional perspective (Tomáš Burdych); Alternative forms of development in India (Adam Čajka); The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition and food security in Africa (Dagmar Milerová Prášková); Adaptation of water sensitive cities to climate change (Michaela Šrámková); Post-graduate migration and career paths of international students from Ghana (Mohammed Yeboah); Environmental health in Ethiopia (Biruk Getachew Mamo).
- Completed PhD projects: Spatial behaviour of immigrants: Analysis of spatial relatedness between migration groups (Jiří Hasman); Social state building in developing countries: A case study from rural India (Jana Kubelková); World regional structures (Filip Polonský); Spatial aspects of social inequality: Czechia in the context of Central East European countries (Vojtěch Nosek).
For more information see the academic profile of Josef Novotný.