Aske Egsgaard

Researcher M.Sc. in Sociology and Ph.D. Student at Institute for Geoscience and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen

About me

I am a researcher at Kraks Fond – Institute for Urban Economic Research and a PhD student at the University of Copenhagen. I have a Master degree in Sociology from the University of Copenhagen. My research focuses on how people disperse themselves within the cities as well as the underlying reasons behind why people move and the corresponding moving patterns.

Field of research

Work in progress

Egsgaard A., Geerdsen L. P., Lyngemark D. H. & Mulalic, I. 2017. Do sharing economies change the cities: evidence from the rapid growth of Airbnb in the Copenhagen metropolitan area.

Weatherall C.D., B. Boje-Kovacs & A. Egsgaard. 2017. Employment and residential mobility in deprived neighborhoods – A Danish case.

Weatherall, C. D., Boje-Kovacs, B. & Egsgaard-Pedersen, A. 2017. Residential mobility and persistent neig

 

Selected publications

Weatherall C.D., B. Boje-Kovacs & A. Egsgaard. 2016. The residential composition in deprived neighborhoods in Denmark.

Weatherall C.D., B. Boje-Kovacs & A. Egsgaard. 2016. Et historisk tilbageblik på de særligt udsatte boligområder udpeget i 2014. Udviklingen i tilflyttere, fraflyttere og fastboende. Kraks Fond Byforskning.

Weatherall, C. D., B. Boje-Kovacs & A. Egsgaard-Pedersen. 2015. Der mangler empirisk viden om helbredet i de særligt udsatte boligområder, Ugeskrift for Læger 2015; 177:V12140673.