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Dr Robert Rogerson

Depute Director Inst For Future Cities

Social Policy

Publications

That's all very well in practice, but what about the theory? The case of Glasgow Life, Scotland
O'Neill Mark, Rogerson Robert
Managing for Success in Arts and Cultural OrganisaitonsResearch in Creative and Cultural Industries Management, (2018)
A comparison between the cost effectiveness of CCTV and improved street lighting as a means of crime reduction
Lawson Tony, Rogerson Robert, Barnacle Malcolm
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2017.09.008
Re-defining temporal notions of event legacy : lessons from Glasgow's Commonwealth Games
Rogerson Robert J.
Annals of Leisure Research Vol 19, pp. 497-518, (2016)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/11745398.2016.1151367
Anti-social e-tribes : e-gangs, cybercultures and control in online communities
Rogerson Robert, Sadler Sue, Karagiannidou Eleni, Duncan Sallyanne, Ruthven Ian, Tagg Stephen, McDiarmid Alisdair
Cyberculture NowCritical Issues, (2013)
Playing games with sustainability in Glasgow
Grierson David, Hyland Claire, Sadler Sue, Rogerson Robert
Proceedings of the International Association People Environment Studies (IAPS)Proceedings of the International Association People Environment Studies (IAPS), (2012)
Circular economy game and walking tour
Grierson David, Hyland Claire, Sadler Sue, Rogerson Robert
The Circular Economy: New Opportunities in Design and Construction for Scotland Conference, (2012)

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Professional activities

Town Planning Review (Journal)
Guest editor
2011
Scottish Qualifications Authority (External organisation)
Advisor
2011
Scottish Centre for Regeneration (External organisation)
Advisor
2011
ESRC Peer Review College (External organisation)
Member
8/2010
Town Planning Review (Journal)
Guest editor
7/2010
Glasgow Science Centre
Visiting lecturer
3/2010

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Projects

Inclusive tourism in the city: how urban tourism can benefit marginalised and vulnerable communities
Baum, Thomas (Principal Investigator) Tomazos, Konstantinos (Co-investigator) Rogerson, Robert (Co-investigator) Vermeylen, Saskia (Co-investigator) Dimitrijevic, Branka (Co-investigator) Horgan, Donagh (Co-investigator)
Multi-disciplinary research-informing workshop, funded through the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) in collaboration with the University of the Philippines Diliman to engage with tourism from a social and economic inclusion perspective in the context of the contemporary city. Involved engagement with this theme from multiple perspectives including gender, economic, employment, human rights, urban planning, architecture, law and anthropology.
Period 01-Mar-2018 - 31-Jul-2018
Host City Volunteer (HCV) Programme 2014 Commonwealth Games
Rogerson, Robert (Principal Investigator)
Period 16-Jun-2017 - 31-Dec-2017
Researching the impact and sustainability of the Legacy 2014 Physical Activity Fund (Spirit of 2012)
Rogerson, Robert (Principal Investigator) Burns, Henry (Co-investigator) Dunlop, Mark (Co-investigator) Kirk, Alison (Co-investigator) Lennon, Marilyn (Co-investigator)
Period 29-Oct-2015 - 31-May-2017
Valuing Design and Innovation in Built Heritage : Exploratory Conversations
Rogerson, Robert (Principal Investigator)
"This project seeks to investigate the value of design and innovation through a set of managed dialogues between three key sets of stakeholders who together influence the use and value of design in the context of built environment heritage. These conversations between academics, design SMEs and the national heritage agencies will provide opportunities to narrate accounts of how design focussed SMEs have been able or inhibited from engaging with innovation in relation to heritage, how those agencies which influence regulation and governance are engaging with design sector, and how together they understand the role and value of design in relation to heritage. Our starting point is that while design is widely recognised in novel urban forms (buildings, public spaces etc) that meet future needs, it is less well recognised in conserving selected heritage that integrates with new and extended places. Still less attention has been given to opportunities for innovation to make the vast majority of the existing urban fabric smarter for the future. By bringing together those involved in valuing heritage and design into directed conversation, this project will not only highlight stories of success where design SMEs have been able to create value but also provide a deeper understanding of some of the constraints which hold back others from achieving such success."
Period 01-Apr-2014 - 31-Oct-2014
Replication: Understanding the formation of norms and anti-social behaviour on online social networks
Duncan, Sallyanne (Co-investigator) Rogerson, Robert (Principal Investigator) Karagiannidou, Eleni (Co-investigator) Ruthven, Ian (Co-investigator)
This is a Bridging the Gap funded project which focuses on understanding behaviour in online social networks and in particular the ways in which deviance from social norms are defined and managed.
Period 30-Nov-2009
Using big data analytics and genetic algorithms to predict street crime
Bellingham, Richard (Principal Investigator) Andonovic, Ivan (Co-investigator) Fedorov, Maxim (Co-investigator) Quigley, John (Co-investigator) Rogerson, Robert (Co-investigator) Tata, Cyrus (Co-investigator)
Street crime and fear of street crime have significant adverse impacts on individual lives, the use and regeneration of urban areas, the ability to attract businesses and investment, the price of property, and the ability of citizens to live full and creative lives. Previous studies have examined the relationships between a range of social, economic and situational factors and levels and predictability of crime using a range of techniques. However the impact of altering these factors (where they can be influenced), and how such measures might be combined with other potential crime reduction measures are not fully understood. This research aims to achieve new insights into the pattern of crime in cities using big data analytics to analyse the relationships between multiple datasets and levels of crime, and use genetic algorithms to derive innovative optimised strategies that result in lower levels of street crime alongside balancing other objectives - such as lower service costs (eg from improved design of street lighting, and policing patterns), lower carbon emissions, and improved public confidence and acceptance. These strategies will be tested through using the city as a living lab, drawing on Glasgow's Technology Strategy Board (TSB) City Demonstrator role.
Period 01-Jun-2013 - 30-May-2015

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