Seminários ED CEsA/CSG/ISEG - ULisboa/Development Studies Seminars

- Edição/Edition 2017

23rd February - 12nd July 2017

@AMPHITHEATER 1, ISEG - ULisboa

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The Spring Module & Summer School are subjected to inscription and payment.
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Data/Date

Orador/Speaker

Seminário/Seminar

23 FEV 2017

Carlos Castel-Branco

Political Economy and Natural Resources: The 'Curse' is in the Approach >>

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02 MAR 2017

Carlos Azevedo

Impact Economy: A Challenge from Portugal to the World >>

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09 MAR 2017

Mário Vale >>

A Sympathetic Critique on the Theory, Practice and Politics of the Resilient City >>

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16 MAR 2017

Pedro Amakasu Raposo >>

The Importance of 'Abenomics' for Japan's Political, Security and Development Challenges Ahead >>

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23 MAR 2017

Carlos Farinha >>

Portugal: The Impacts of the Austerity Measures on Inequality and Poverty (2010-2014) >>

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30 MAR 2017

Catherine Boone >>

Regional Inequality and Preferences for Market-Promoting Land Law Reform in African Countries >>

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31 MAR 2017

João Mosca >>

Penetração do capital, pobreza, desigualdades e conflitos no meio rural: o caso de Moçambique >>

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06 ABR 2017

Ricardo Sousa >>

Genealogy of Behavioralist Peace Research >>

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07 ABR 2017

Manuel Branco >>

Human Rights Approach to Natural Resources and Development >>

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20 ABR 2017

Emma Mawdsley

A new era for South-South Cooperation? >>

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26-27 ABR 2017

Wim Naudé

Spring Module - Smart Entrepreneurs for Smart Manufacturing. Guidelines for a New Era in Industrial Policy >>

04 MAI 2017

Daniel Carolo >>

A influência da cooperação portuguesa (e outras) na construção do sistema de protecção social de Timor-Leste>>

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05 MAI 2017

Wendy Wolford >>

From Mosquitos to Marx: State-Society Dynamics in Contemporary Brazilian Land Reform >>

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11-13 MAI 2017

 

Jeanne Penvenne >>

Spring Module | Seeking Gendered Perspectives >>

May 11 | Seeking Gendered Perspectives: Matimu & I Khale >>

May 12 | The Order in Disorder: The Problem with Seeing like State >>

May 13 | The Challenges of Writing Women Migration and the Cashew Economy of Southern Mozambique (1945-1975) >>

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18 MAI 2017

Walter Kennes >>

Deforestation and Climate Change, as Linked to EU Policy >>

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19 MAI 2017

Kirsti Stuvøy >>

Everyday Security and the City>>


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25-27 MAI 2017

Ana Maria Sampaio

Spring Module | Uma introdução aos modelos de equações estruturais: aplicações a Estudos de Desenvolvimento (SEM)

30 MAI 2017

Daniel Bach >>

Cross-Border Interactions and Regionalism Processes in Africa: Methodological Approach>>

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01 JUN 2017

Daniel Bach >>

The Nigerian Federal System: Policies and Politics>>

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05-07 JUN 2017

Ben Fine

Summer School | Whither Economics? Critical Reflections on Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

04-06 JUL 2017


Carlota Perez

Summer School | Technological Revolution and their Socio-economic Implications

10-12 JUL 2017


António Silva

Summer School | Policy School: Applying Behavioural Economics in a Policy Context

*edition in progress.