Celal Cahit Agar is a PhD Candidate and Research Assistant at the University of Exeter. His research focuses on spatial political economies and ecologies of organisation and management, splitting into four interrelated areas.
- International business and employment relations: Exploring the working life conditions, self-reproduction problems and survival strategies of the unorganised, temporary, migrant and disadvantaged segments of workers and the labouring classes.
- Economic geography and the political economy of economic crises: Developing an interdisciplinary economic geography approach to critically examining the interlinked processes of economic crisis-production and crisis-displacement at local, regional, national and international scales.
- Climate policy and carbon markets: Analysing the actors, dynamics and processes of climate change mitigation and its socio-economic, geopolitical and environmental consequences.
- Governance and social movements: Examining the contestations and confrontations within and between businesses, governments, labour and grassroots social movements.