Jun.-Prof. Dr. Anna Growe
Anna Growe is Junior Professor for Regional Governance at the University of Heidelberg. After studying spatial planning, she graduated with a doctorate from TU Dortmund University. As a post-doc, she worked at the University of Freiburg, where she also completed her Habilitation in 2019.
Her research interests revolve around spatial development in the knowledge society and challenges in sustainable spatial development.
Current Research Projects
- 2022: Regiopolises - Between Metropolises and High-Order Centres in the German Urban System
- 2020–2023: Creating new cross-border metropolitan regions through governance rescaling processes. The case of the Yangtze River Delta.
- 2020–2021: Socioeconomic transformations in the Pearl River Delta. Economic and demographic changes in rural and core spaces of the mega-city region
- 2019–2023: European border regions and cross-border ethnic communities. Spatial planning in spaces of cultural networks.
- 2019–2022: Transformation of rural areas and small and medium sized towns in the knowledge economy
- 2019–2022: Changing working processes transforming spatial structures: Coworking and urban and rural development
- 2018–2022: Regional urbanisation in German metropolitan areas: functional, economic and demographic changes in the metropolitan hinterland.