Neil Lee is an Assistant Professor in Economic Geography at the LSE where he also serves as Director of the MSc in Local Economic Development and BSc in Geography with Economics. His research focuses on cities, innovation and entrepreneurship – with a focus on questions such as whether access to finance varies spatially. He is also an affiliate of the Spatial Economics Research Centre at the LSE, TCLab at Columbia University and the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance at St Andrews University. Before this, he was Head of the Socio-Economic Centre at The Work Foundation, a think-tank which is part of Lancaster University.
Published: 26 May 2016
ERC Research Paper No 46