Title/Position: Associate Professor
Department/Faculty/Institution: School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo
Degree(s)/School(s): Ph.D (Geography) University of British Columbia; M.PL Urban and Regional Planning, Queen's University; BES (Joint Honours Environment and Resources Studies and Economics) University of Waterloo.
MCRI Projects: A1: Universal Benchmarking (Team Lead).
Research Interests: The changing economy and social structure of Canadian cities; Housing and labour market restructuring; Residential location, commute patterns and urban form; Urban governance and planning; Sustainability policy and social justice in cities.
Moos, M. & Walter-Joseph, R. (eds.) (2017). Still Detached and Subdivided? Suburban Ways of Living in 21st Century North America. Berlin: Jovis Verlag.
Moos, M. (2015). From gentrification to youthification? The increasing importance of young age in delineating high-density living. Urban Studies. doi: 10.1177/0042098015603292
Moos, M., Wilkin, T., Seasons, M. & Chase, G. (2015). Planning for housing in a time of growing employment precarity. Plan Canada. Spring: 12-17.
Moos, M. & Mendez, P. (2014). Suburban ways of living and the geography of income: How homeownership, single-family dwellings and automobile use define the metropolitan social space. Urban Studies. 52 (10): 1864-1882.
Porter, C. & Moos, M. (2014.) Growing food in the suburbs: Estimating the land potential for sub-urban agriculture in Waterloo, Ontario. Planning Practice and Research. 29 (2): 152-170.
Moos, M. (2014) “Generationed” space: Societal restructuring and young adults’ changing location patterns. The Canadian Geographer. 58 (1): 11-33.
Moos, M. (2014). Generational Dimensions of Neoliberal and Post-Fordist Restructuring: The Changing Characteristics of Young Adults and Growing Income Inequality in Montreal and Vancouver. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38 (6): 2078-2102.
Moos, M. & Kramer, A. (2012). Atlas of Suburbanisms. http://env-blogs.uwaterloo.ca/atlas/