Short CV/Education and training

  • 2002
    1st class degree Geography, Humboldt Universitaet Berlin

  • 2009
    PhD, summa cum laude, TU Dortmund, School of Spatial Planning

  • 2011
    Marie Curie Fellow of the European Commission

  • Since 2012
    Lecturer in Human Geography, Department of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews

  • 2015
    ERC Starting Grant

Selected publications

  • Reuschke D. (2015): Self-employment as a route into and out of Britain’s South East. Regional Studies, 49, 665-680

  • Reuschke D. and Maclennan D. (2014) Housing Assets and Small Business Investment: Exploring Links for Theory and Policy. Regional Studies 48:4, 744-757

  • Reuschke D. (2014): Self-employment, internal migration and place embeddedness. Population, Space and Place 20(3): 235-249

  • Reuschke D., van Ham M. (2013): Testing the ‘residential rootedness’–hypothesis of self-employment for Germany and the UK. Environment and Planning A 45, pp. 1219-1239

  • Mason, C., Reuschke, D., Syrett, S., Van Ham, M. (eds.) (2015): Entrepreneurship and Cities: neighbourhoods, households and homes. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham (in press)

  • Reuschke D., Salzbrunn, M., Schönhärl, K. (eds.) (2013): The Economies of Urban Diversity in the Ruhr Area and Istanbul. Palgrave Macmillan: New York

  • Reuschke D. (2010): Multilocational living. Spatio-temporal patterns of dual households and couples living apart together. Springer: Wiesbaden [in German]



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • ERC Starting Grant WORKANDHOME Reshaping society and space: home-based self-employment and businesses (1.43 M Euro), Principal Investigator, 2015-2020

  • Entrepreneurship in Homes and Neighbourhoods, Seminar Series, Economic and Social Science Research Council, UK, £31,410, Principal Investigator, 2013-2016

  • Housing equity, mortgage crisis and entrepreneurship, Regional Studies Association, Principal Investigator, £10,000, 2012-13

  • Labour market behaviour and migration, Marie Curie Fellowship by the European Commission, €87,451, 2011, Personal Grant

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the Regional Studies Association

  • Member of the ESRC Peer Review College

  • Associate editor of Regional Studies, Regional Science

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