'Big Men vs small boys: youth entrepreneurship and football trafficking in Ghana'

Posted on 3rd February 2016

This month's departmental research seminar takes place today (Wednesday 3 February), 4.00-5.30pm in Best CBB012. The speaker is Dr James Esson, Lecturer in Human Geography at Loughborough University, who will be speaking about 'Big Men vs small boys: youth entrepreneurship and football trafficking in Ghana'. James' research primarily concerns social and economic geographies in the developing world. He is interested in the migration of youth, particularly young men, driven by the economic opportunities provided by careers in professional sport.

All students are welcome to attend. Free drinks are on offer!