Ph.D. Geography, University of British Columbia, Canada, 2012
M.PL Urban and Regional Planning, Queen's University, Canada, 2006
BES Joint Honours Environment and Resources Studies and Economics, University of Waterloo, Canada, 2004
- The economy and social structure of cities
- Generational change and cities
- Youthification of cities
- Urban housing markets
- Residential location and commute patterns
- Sustainability policy and social justice in cities
Contact Markus Moos for more information on research opportunities for students.
Graduate student supervison
|Number of students currently supervising/co-supervising||Total number of student supervisions/co-supervisions|
- Housing the next generation: The case of new economy cities (SSHRC Insight Grant; Co-PI, Tara Vinodrai)
- Location efficient mortgages and housing affordability among young adults in Canada (SSHRC Insight Grant: Co-PI, Pablo Mendez)
- Urban dormitory: Student housing and social interaction (Waterloo Housing & Residences)
- Generationed City (link to https://uwaterloo.ca/generationed-city/)
Moos, M. (Ed.) (2019) A Research Agenda for Housing. Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Moos, M., Filion, P., Quick, M., and Walter-Joseph, R. (2019) Youthification across the metropolitan system: Intra-urban residential geographies of young adults in North American metropolitan areas. Cities.
Revington, N., Moos, M., Henry, J., and Haider, R. (2019) The urban dormitory: Planning, studentification, and the construction of an off-campus student housing market. International Planning Studies. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1080/13563475.2018.1552565.
Moos, M. and Woodside, J. (2019) Sustainability as an urban way of living: The uneven outcomes of “sustainable mobility infrastructure” planning. In Pierre Filion (Ed.) Global Suburban Infrastructures. (pp. 340-364). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Moos, M., Woodside, J., Vinodrai, T., and Yan, C. (2018) Automobile Commuting in Suburban High-Rise Condominium Apartments: Examining Transitions toward Suburban Sustainability in Toronto. Urban Planning, 3(4), 15-28.
Moos, M., Revington, N., Wilkin, T. (2018) Is there suitable housing near work? The impact of housing suitability on commute distances in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, 11(4), 436-459.
Moos, M., Revington, N., Wilkin, T., and Andrey, J. (2018) The knowledge economy city: Gentrification, studentification and youthification, and their connections to universities. Urban Studies. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098017745235
Moos, M., Vinodrai, T., Revington, N., and Seasons, M. (2018) Planning for mixed-use: Affordable for whom? Journal of the American Planning Association, 84(1), 7-20.
Moos, M. (2017) The velocity of density: Are we building more sustainable cities fast enough? Sustainability, 9(12), 2326-2336.
Moos, M., Pfeiffer, D., and Vinodrai, T. (Eds.) (2017) The Millennial City: Trends, Implications, and Prospects for Urban Planning and Policy. New York: Routledge.
Moos, M. and Walter-Joseph, R. (Eds.) (2017) Still detached and subdivided? Suburban ways of living in 21st century North America. Berlin: Jovis Press.
Moos, M. (2015) From gentrification to youthification? The increasing importance of young age in delineating high-density living. Urban Studies, 53(14), 2903-2920. doi:10.1177/0042098015603292
Filion, P., Moos, M., Vinodrai, T. and Walker, R. (Eds.) (2015) Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.