Main Research Interests
Emil’s research interests include issues of spatiality, social justice, inequality and poverty, as well as issues that concentrate on suburbanization, social distinction, and on immigration and globalization. Before arriving at the Technion, Emil was a researcher at the Samuel Neaman Institute for National Policy Research, Technion Israel. There he explored core-periphery inequalities along with patterns of innovation and regional development. Emil completed both his undergraduate and graduate studies in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Magna Cum Laude), specializing in Geography and Political Science. He holds a PhD from the Technion (2013). Following his MIT-Technion fellowship in 2016, Emil was appointed as a visiting scholar in the Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU), jointly with the Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP), in MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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