Sally Weller is an economic geographer whose interests focus on developing a spatialised interpretation of the ongoing restructuring of the Australian economy. She is interested in labour market and industrial restructuring, cultural industries, regional economies, globalisation and the process of socio-economic change. She will continue to expand on these themes in her 2012-16 Australian Research Council Future Fellowship project, a comparative study of the “Transition to a Low Carbon Economy” in two vulnerable regions: Victoria’s Latrobe Valley and New South Wales’s Hunter Valley.
The project will examine how different governance structures and global interconnections shape local outcomes. It will contribute to understandings of transition, developmental trajectories, industrial restructuring and labour market change.
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