Academic profile

 

Justin Kadi is University Assistant Professor in Planning and Housing at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. Prior to joining Cambridge he held positions at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), the Bauhaus-Universitaet Weimar (Germany), and TU Wien (Austria), where he initiated and led the Housing Research Group at the Department of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy between 2017 and 2023. His research and teaching interests are in the areas of housing policy, urban geography, socio-spatial inequality, gentrification, financialisation, and the political economy of housing. Justin is Associate Editor of The International Journal of Housing Policy, a major forum for debate in the field of Housing Studies, as well as joint coordinator of the working group Homeownership and Globalization in the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR). He has many years of experience in leading and contributing to basic and applied research in different international contexts.

 

 

Teaching

 

Justin teaches in the Part 2A Land Economy Tripos Paper 10 – The Built Environment. He also coordinates the core module Urban and Housing Policy (PGR02) in the MPhil program Planning, Growth and Regeneration.


 

Category/Classification

 

housing policy, urban geography, socio-spatial inequality, gentrification, financialisation, the political economy of housing