Raimundo Otero Enríquez, graduate and doctor in Sociology, is currently Assistant Professor of the Department of Sociology and Communication Sciences (UDC). He teaches in the Sociology degree and in the Master in Applied Sociology: Social and Markets Research (UDC). His current research focuses on the analysis of global processes of urban deconcentration and gentrification, as well as on the design of new didactic strategies in the university teaching of statistics.
His thesis, entitled Procesos internacionales de desconcentración urbana. Hacia un modelo de transición territorial (International processes of urban deconcentration. Towards a model of Territorial Transition), received the extraordinary doctorate award of the UDC (area of economy and sociology) in 2014. His most prominent recent publication is the book Sociología e historia de la ciudad desconcentrada (Sociology and history of the deconcentrated city) (2017), published by the CIS.
Outside the university environment, he has developed a professional career over the course of a decade in the Galician consultancy sector of market and opinion studies.