Journal of Rural Studies 2018, Epub ahead of print. Memberships Executive Committee, International Rural Sociology Association, 2000-08 and 2012-16. Class, Power and Inequality in Rural Areas: Beyond Social Exclusion, Sociologia Ruralis, 2012. Perth: Rural Forum Scotland, 1994. Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies. France Part 2: Atomistic Cultures, Laissez-Faire Regimes 7.
Other Expertise Chair of the Committee of Inquiry into Crofting, established by Ministers on 12 December 2006. The Government's response was announced in the Scottish Parliament on 1st October 2008: This formed the basis for the Crofting Reform Act 2010, and for various reforms to policies, grant schemes and administrations. Community Development Journal 2001, 36 2 , 122-133. Ireland Part 3: Divisive Cultures, Unstable Regimes 10. This in-depth review of housing pressure in the European countryside reveals both the form, nature and variety of problems now being experienced in different parts of Europe, in addition to outlining policy solutions that are being provided by member states and other agencies in meeting the rural housing challenge at this time and in the years ahead. Town Planning Review 2011, with John Sturzaker How to promote the role of youth in rural areas of Europe? Re-imagining the rural: from rural idyll to Good Countryside, Journal of Rural Studies, 2016. The Ageing Countryside: the Growing Older Population of Rural England.
It presents both problems and solutions, and builds a vision for the urban fringe that is concerned with maximising its potential and with bridging the physical and cultural rift between town and country. Cuadernos de Geografia 2007, 78 , 237-254. Town Planning Review 2015, 86 1 , 53-72. Adviser, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 1995-2005. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2000. Town Planning Review 2011, 82 2 , 169-104. Research Roles Director of Newcastle University Institute for Social Renewal, 2012-18.
Studies in Agricultural Economics 2011, 113 2 , 121-132. Housing in the European Countryside provides an overview of the housing pressures and policy challenges facing Europe, while highlighting critical differences. Mark Shucksmith is Professor of Land Economy, University of Aberdeen and Co-Director, Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, University of Aberdeen. For the past century, governments have been compelled, time and again, to return to the search for solutions to the housing and economic challenges posed by a restructuring countryside. The research is a major achievement not only because of this, but also because it fills an enormous gap in our understanding of youth transitions and rural development. Land Use Policy 2005, 22 2 , 163-174.
Sociologia Ruralis 2008, 48 3 , 274-291. Bristol: The Policy Press, 2008, pp. Local Economy 2015, 30 7 , 721-741. An Ecological Fringe Part 3: Planning the Edge 8. Invited keynote speaker at many international conferences.
Regional Studies 2009, 43 10 , 1275-1289. First Vice-President, International Rural Sociology Association, 2004-08 Programme Chair, World Congress of Rural Sociology, Trondheim, 2004. Executive Committee, International Rural Sociology Association, 2000-08 and 2012-16. The work revealed the form, nature and variety of problems now being experienced in different parts of Europe, in addition to outlining current policy solutions. Keynote Speaker and Guest of Honour, Dutch Royal Palace Symposium, Amsterdam, 2017 Carnegie Fellow 2015 Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, 2015 Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences, 2010. Planning Theory and Practice 2011, 12 4 , 605-611.
Adviser, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, since 1995. Current PhD students: Catherine Corcoran. The volume is organized thematically with each chapter addressing a specific topic in one or more countries. Overview Housing in the European Countryside was funded by the Scottish Executive in 2000 but then extended to produce a review of housing pressure and policy responses across Western Europe. July 2017 with David Brown. Ireland Part 3: Divisive Cultures, Unstable Regimes 10. Mark Shucksmith is Professor of Land Economy, University of Aberdeen and Co-Director, Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, University of Aberdeen.
His main interests are in the fields of planning, government and politics. European Planning Studies 2003, 11 4 , 461-480. How to Promote the Role of Youth in Rural Europe: report to European Parliament, Nov 2010. Until 2005, Co-Director of the Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, University of Aberdeen. Coordinated by Petri Kahila and Andrew Copus. Housing Pressure in the European Countryside: A Power Regime Perspective 14. In: Davoudi, S; Madanipour, A, ed.