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Do Young Oh is a Researcher at LSE Cities, currently working on the Metropolitan Indicators project. He is also a Visiting Fellow at LSE Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre. He holds a PhD in Regional and Urban Planning from the LSE and MSc in International Planning from UCL. His research interests focus on comparative urbanism and postcolonialism. His doctoral thesis investigated the evolving university-city relationship through a comparative analysis of East Asian urbanisation processes. Prior to joining the LSE, Do Young worked in the fields of architecture and urban planning in Seoul, New York, and Prague. He was also a founding partner of ONplan, an urban planning consultancy now based in Prague.
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