BA, MA, Dip Crim, PhD
Sally Weller is an economic geographer and economic sociologist with research interests focused on labour markets, regional development and Australia’s evolving political economy. She is accomplishing in both qualitative and quantitative social research. Sally has conducted three major longitudinal studies of labour market restructuring, has published more than 60 papers in quality peer-reviewed journals and earned more than $3 million in research grants and consultancies. She serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Economic Geography and Work Employment and Society. Sally’s contribution to the Cities and Successful Societies program links questions of urban and regional development to issues of social and spatial justice in an increasingly unequal world.