“The ballet of the good city sidewalk never repeats itself from place to place, and in any one place is always replete with new improvisations.”
October 7th 2017 Interested in how cities grow and prosper? Come and work with me: two postdoc positions open now at the University of Oxford Mathematical Institute.
September 29th 2017 New PhD students Nils Rochowicz (University of Oxford Mathematical Institute) and Sanna Ojanpera (Alan Turing Institute) started this week.
September 26th 2017 £7million RCUK grant awarded across 4 departments at Oxford and 4 global partners in Colombia, South Africa, India and China to study urban development.
Originally from Dublin, I am currently a Research Fellow at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. My research focuses on economic development and the emergence of complexity for urban systems.
I was previously a Fulbright Scholar and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School following my PhD (mathematics) at Imperial College. I am also founder and Editor in Chief of Angle – a journal based at Imperial College focusing on the intersection of policy, politics and science – since 2009. More …
My research lies at the intersection of a number of fields including urban systems, economic complexity and economic geography, development, and network science.
Two postdoc positions open now at the University of Oxford.
- Sanna Ojanperä [online labour informality & development]
- Nils Rochowicz [combinatoric knowledge creation]
- Francois Hulot [urban agglomeration channels]
- Giuseppe Ughi [shocks to production networks]
- Steffen Ridderbusch [knowledge flow network analysis]
- Jin Cui [trade flows and transport networks]
- Linxuan Zhang [machine learning for agricultural development]
- Kangning Zhang [machine learning for agricultural development]
- Chengcheng Li [machine learning for agricultural development]
- Yuejia Pan [urban agglomeration modelling]
- Mu He [urban agglomeration modelling]
- Qianxue Li [financial data modelling]
- Haoting Zhang [green diversification paths]
- Davide Leonessi [green diversification paths]
Urban systems, and economic complexity, geography and development
O’Clery N, Gomez A & Lora E (2016) The Path to Labour Formality: Urban Agglomeration and the Emergence of Complex Industries. Center for International Development Working Paper.
Diodato D, Neffke F & O’Clery N (2016) Agglomeration economies: the heterogeneous contribution of human capital and value chains. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography.
O’Clery N & Lora E (2016) City size, distance and formal employment creation. Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) Working Paper.
O’Clery N, Yildirim M & Hausmann R (2016) Exploring Paths to Export Diversification: A Network Interpretation of Heckscher-Ohlin & Learning-by-doing. Royal Economic Society Conference, University of Sussex.
Flaherty E, Hartog M & O’Clery N (2016) Industrialisation by Invitation: A Community Detection Approach to Mapping FDI-related Knowledge Diffusion in Ireland. Conference on Complex Systems 2016.
O’Clery N (2015) A Tale of Two Clusters: The Evolution of Ireland’s Economic Complexity since 1995. Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, One Hundred and Sixty-Eight Session.
O’Clery N, Yuan Y, Stan G-B, Barahona M (2017) Fast Decentralised Sensing and Node Ranking for Complex Systems. Forthcoming.
Schaub M, O’Clery N, Billeh Y, Delvenne J-C, Lambiotte R & Barahona M (2016) Graph partitions and cluster synchronization in networks of oscillators. Chaos 2016;26 (9).
O’Clery N, Yuan Y, Stan G-B & Barahona M (2013) Observability and coarse graining of consensus dynamics through the external equitable partition. Physical Review E. 2013;88 (4).
O’Clery N (2013) Node Dynamics on Graphs Dynamical Heterogeneity in Consensus, Synchronisation and Final Value Approximation for Complex Networks. PhD Thesis, Imperial College London.
Tackling global challenges, one issue at a time. From energy and the environment to economics, development and global health, Angle focuses on the intersection of science, policy and politics in an evolving and complex world.