Professor, Spatial planning and politics
Leader of Geography Master's programme
Sami Moisio is a human geographer who works on the interface of regional studies, planning and politics. Sami’s research interests include state spatial transformation, political geographies of Europeanization, city-regionalism, political geographies of economic geography, and the geopolitics of the knowledge-based society. Much of his current research is concerned with the ways in which different places, regions and spatialities (such as the “global”) are constituted, transformed and re-made in political processes and struggles, as well as in various social practices and knowledge production.
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- Jonas, Andrew EG & Moisio, Sami (2016). City regionalism as geopolitical processes: a new framework for analysis. Progress in Human Geography.
- Luukkonen, Juho & Moisio, Sami (2016). On the socio-technical practices of the European Union territory. Environment and Planning A. 48(8), 1452–1472.
- Moisio, Sami & Luukkonen, Juho (2015). European spatial planning as governmentality: An inquiry into rationalities, techniques and manifestations. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33(4), 828–845.
- Moisio, Sami, Bachmann, Veit, Bialasiewicz, Luiza, dell’Agnese, Elena, Dittmer, Jason, Mamadouh, Virginie (2013). Mapping the political geographies of Europeanization: National discourses, external perceptions and the question of popular culture. Progress in Human Geography 37(6), 737–761.
- Moisio, Sami & Paasi, Anssi (2013). From geopolitical to geoeconomic? The changing political rationalities of state space. Geopolitics 18(2), 267–283.
- Moisio, Sami (2018). Geopolitics of the knowledge-based economy. New York: Routledge.