Research at IBF
IBF's research is approaching housing and urban issues in a broad sense. The research emphasis is Geography, Economics, Sociology and Political Science, but we also have researchers in Economic History, Anthropology and Psychology.
- Migrating Natives and Foreign Immigration: Is there a Preference for Ethnic Residential Homogeneity?. 2018
- Vill Svensson bo med Svensson?: Effekter av flyktinginvandring på svenskföddas flyttbeteende. 2018
- Limited time or secure residence?: A study on the short-term effects of temporary and permanent residence permits on labour market participation. 2018
- Küreselleşme-Kentleşme İlişkisi ve Kent Üzerine Geliştirilen Yeni Bir Kavram: Dünya Kenti-Küresel KentGlobalization-Urbanization Relationship and a New Concept on the City: World City-Global City. 2018
- 1940’ların Türkiye’sinde Amerikan Emperyalizmi ve ‘Hami Arayışı’ Adeti İlişkisi THE RELATION BETWEEN AMERICAN IMPERIALISM AND ‘TUTELAR SEEKING’ TRADITION IN THE 1940S’ TURKEY. 2018
Housing and Society
This research programme brings together IBF’s housing research within all its academic disciplines.The programme covers social science research about home and residence, housing markets, policy and politics, in a Swedish and international perspective.
Dilemmas of Diversity
IBF has a long tradition of multi-disciplinary research on international migration and ethnic relations, with a focus on housing and urban issues. Recently, the long term research program Dilemmas of Diversity: Ethnic Integration and Segregation in the City was concluded. Learn more about the projects and publications.
Critical Urban Sustainability Hub (CRUSH)
The network Critical Urban Sustainability Hub (CRUSH) brings together five research environments for urban and housing research in Uppsala, Gothenburg, Malmö and Lund, to one strong research environment, which critically engages in issues regarding sustainable urban development, focusing on the current housing shortage.