team

exPERts research team

  • Marco Allegra (principal investigator, ICS-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Eduardo Ascensão (IGOT-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Rita Cachado (CIES-IUL) (read more…)
  • Alessandro Colombo (Investigador Colaborador, Dinâmia-CET) (read more…)
  • Ana Estevens (IGOT-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Roberto Falanga (ICS-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Ana Ferreira (PhD candidate, FCSH-UNL and ISCTE-IUL) (read more…)
  • Simone Tulumello (ICS-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Ricardo Veludo (ICS-ULisboa)
  • Sónia Alves (Investigadora Colaboradora, ICS-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Caterina Di Giovanni (trainee, ICS-ULisboa) (read more…)
  • Ana Rita Alves (Investigadora Colaboradora, CES-UCoimbra) (read more…)

exPERts steering committee

team’s relevant publications

  • Allegra, M. (2016). Planning in Turbulent Times: Exploring Planners’ Agency in Jerusalem. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, online first.
  • Alves, S (2016). Poles Apart? A Comparative Study of Housing Policies and Outcomes in Portugal and Denmark. Housing, Theory and Society, online first.
  • Alves, S (2016). Assessing the impact of area-based initiatives in deprived neighborhoods: The example of S. João de Deus in Porto, Portugal. Journal of Urban Affairs, online first.
  • Ascensão, E. (2015). ‘Slum gentrification in Lisbon, Portugal: displacement and the imagined futures of an informal settlement’, in Lees, L., Shin, H.B., López-Morales, E. (eds.), Global Gentrifications: Uneven development and displacement, pp. 37-58. Bristol: Policy Press.
  • Ascensão, E. (2015) The Slum Multiple: A Cyborg Micro-history of an Informal Settlement in Lisbon, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 39(5), 948-964.
  • Cachado, R.Á. (2013), O Programa Especial de Realojamento. Ambiente histórico, político e social. Análise Social, 206, 134-152.
  • Cachado, R. (2011), Realojamento em zonas de fronteira urbana. O caso da Quinta da Vitória, Loures, Forum Sociológico, II(21), 23-31.
  • Colombo, A. (2015) Informal is not illegal. From practices to legal framework. STUDIO Architecture and Urbanism Magazine, October.
  • Falanga, R. (2015) Desafios e horizontes da participação cívica nas políticas públicas. In Ferrão, J. Horta, A. (eds.), Ambiente Território e Sociedade. Novas Agendas de Investigação, pp. 197-203. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.
  • Falanga, R. (2017). Understanding Participatory Policymaking Processes: Discourse Analysis in Psychosociological Action Research. In Costa, A.P., Reis, L.P., Sousa, F.N., Moreira, A., Lamas, D. (eds.), Computer Supported Qualitative Research, pp. 13-24. Cham: Springer.
  • Gualini, E., Mourato, J. M., Allegra, M. (Eds.). (2015). Conflict in the city. Contested urban spaces and local democracy. Berlin: Jovis.
  • Tulumello. S. (2016). Multi-level Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Structural Funds and the Timing of Development in Palermo and the Italian Mezzogiorno. European Journal of Spatial Development, 62, 1-23.
  • Tulumello. S. (2016). Reconsidering neoliberal urban planning intimes of crisis: urban regeneration policy in a “dense” space in Lisbon. Urban Geography, 37(1) 117-140.