Sarah Hall is 1931 Chair in Geography, College Lecturer in Geography at St John's College, University of Cambridge. She is also Deputy Director of UK in a Changing Europe.
Professor Hall is a public economic geographer whose work focuses on the uneven spatial implications of profound macro economic change including Brexit, the changing economic position of China internationally and the rise of finance led capitalism. She uses her research findings to contribute to academic, public and policy debate.
Supported by funding from the ESRC, the British Academy, The Leverhulme Trust and the Nuffield Foundation, the majority of Professor Hall's research centres on the impacts of financial services in the UK, London's international financial district and its relations with Europe, China and North America. Her research has been covered my leading media outlets including The Financial Times, the BBC, The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph and Wired magazine.