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Dr. R.I.M. (Rowan) Arundel

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Geographies of Globalizations
Fotograaf: JR van der Vliet

Bezoekadres
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
Postadres
  • Postbus 15629
    1001 NC Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Rowan Arundel is Assistant Professor in Geographic Information Science (GIS) in the Department of Geography, Planning and International Development at the University of Amsterdam. Within the research institute AISSR, he is a member of the research group Political and Economic Geographies.

    He is also the director of the GIS Lab, a state-of-the-art centre for Geographical Information Systems expertise and resources for research and education in the social sciences, embedded within the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Science.

    His interests cover many areas of urban geography, planning and housing studies with a focus on dynamics of housing inequalities and interactions between housing, labour and welfare, as well as more broadly spatial analysis and macro and micro quantitative methods.

    He is the recipient of an NWO Veni fellowship from 2021-2025 and his project, WEALTHSCAPES: the spatial inequality of housing wealth accumulation. Looking at the Netherlands, UK and Spain - varying across salient housing, labour, and policy contexts – the project confronts the crucial role of both housing market spatial polarization and divided housing access in driving growing wealth inequalities. The research will combine detailed spatial and quantitative analyses of cadastral, full-population registers, census and national datasets to map, sequence and explain dynamics of unequal housing wealth accumulation.  

    His PhD, entitled The End of Mass Homeownership? Housing Career Diversification and Inequality in Europe and completed in 2017, focused on how contemporary housing careers are increasingly structured by growing diversification, complexity and inequality. The work exposes both the role of varied socio-cultural and institutional contexts in shaping housing career realignment as well as common trajectories in the face of global forces of labour, housing and state transformations. The research underscores how realignments in housing careers fundamentally undermine promises of mass homeownership and the democratic nature of housing wealth. 

    Following his PhD, he held a postdoctoral position at KU Leuven under a mare-curie fellowship, where he continued research on housing market inequalitlies with a particular attention to the impacts of increasing housing market financialization on diverging housing outcomes.

    Education

    • 2017 – PhD – University of Amsterdam
    • 2011 – M.Sc. in Urban and Regional Planning  - University of Amsterdam
    • 2009 – B.A. in Geography - University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada)

     

     

  • Publicaties

    2021

    • Arundel, R., & Ronald, R. (2021). The false promise of homeownership: Homeowner societies in an era of declining access and rising inequality. Urban Studies, 58(6), 1120-1140. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098019895227
    • Balikçi, S., Giezen, M., & Arundel, R. (2021). The paradox of planning the compact and green city: analyzing land-use change in Amsterdam and Brussels. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2021.1971069
    • Hochstenbach, C., Wind, B., & Arundel, R. I. M. (2021). Resurgent landlordism in a student city: urban dynamics of private rental growth. Urban Geography, 42(6), 769-791. https://doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2020.1741974

    2020

    2019

    2018

    • Giezen, M., Balikci, S., & Arundel, R. (2018). Using Remote Sensing to Analyse Net Land-Use Change from Conflicting Sustainability Policies: The Case of Amsterdam. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information , 7(9), [381]. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijgi7090381 [details]

    2017

    2016

    • Arundel, R., & Ronald, R. (2016). Parental co-residence, shared living and emerging adulthood in Europe: Semi-dependent housing across welfare regime and housing system contexts. Journal of Youth Studies, 19(7), 885–905. https://doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2015.1112884 [details]
    • Lennartz, C., Arundel, R., & Ronald, R. (2016). Younger adults and homeownership in Europe through the global financial crisis. Population Space and Place, 22(8), 823-835. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.1961 [details]

    2017

    Prijs

    • Arundel, R. (2020). NWO Veni "WEALTHSCAPES: the spatial inequality of housing wealth accumulation".
    • Arundel, R. I. M. (2016). Bengt Turner Award for paper ‘Equity Inequity: Housing Wealth Inequalities, Inter and Intra-generational Divergences, and the Rise of Private Landlordism’.

    Mediaoptreden

    Spreker

    • Arundel, R. (invited speaker) & Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) (13-7-2014). Housing and the crisis: Changing housing positions of younger households in Europe?, International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology Conference, Yokohama, Japan.
    • Arundel, R. I. M. (invited speaker) & Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) (1-7-2014). Shared housing strategies among young people and the economic recession in Europe, European Network of Housing Researchers (ENHR) Conference, Edinburgh, UK.
    • Ronald, R. (invited speaker), Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) & Arundel, R. I. M. (invited speaker) (24-6-2014). How housing markets are reshaping welfare states, Internationale Lunchlezing, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations of The Netherlands.
    • Arundel, R. (invited speaker) (20-5-2014). Equity Inequity: Housing wealth concentration, trends in inter/intragenerational inequalities and the rise of private landlordism in the UK, ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania.
    • Arundel, R. (invited speaker) & Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) (11-7-2013). The role of intergenerational wealth transfers and family support in shaping housing positions, International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, Amsterdam, NL.
    • Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) & Arundel, R. (invited speaker) (10-7-2013). Changing housing positions of younger households in Europe?, International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, Amsterdam, NL.
    • Arundel, R. (invited speaker) & Lennartz, C. (invited speaker) (1-4-2013). Intergenerational wealth transfers and family support in shaping household housing positions within different welfare regime contexts, Housing Studies Association Conference 2013, University of York, UK.

    2018

    • Arundel, R., & Hochstenbach, C. (2018). The spatial polarization of housing markets and wealth accumulation. (CUS Working Paper Series; No. 32). Amsterdam: Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam. [details]
    • Arundel, R., & Lennartz, C. (2018). Dualization in labour markets and housing outcomes: Insiders versus outsiders. (HOUWEL Working Paper Series; No. 12). Amsterdam: Centre for Urban Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam. [details]

    2015

    • Arundel, R., & Ronald, R. (2015). Parental co-residence, shared living and emerging adulthood in Europe: semi-dependent housing across welfare regime and housing system contexts. (HOUWEL working paper; No. 5). Amsterdam: Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdma. [details]

    2014

    • Lennartz, C., Arundel, R., & Ronald, R. (2014). Young people and homeownership in Europe through the global financial crisis. (CUS Working paper series; No. 03). Amsterdam: Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam. [details]
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