Integrating thematic lines actions

Session 1 – Integrating Thematic Line “Innovation and Transition to Sustainable Societies”

Monday 9 November 2018, 10.00-13.00 - Room 2E02

 

Chair : Nuno Bento

 

-- Informações e apresentação dos documentos de enquadramento geral das sessões

 

-- Apresentações de trabalhos seguidas de comentários pelos autores e discussões:

 

 

Kebir, L., Crevoisier, O., Costa, P., Peyrache-Gadeau, V. (2017) Sustainable Innovation and Regional Development: Rethinking Innovative Milieus, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, introduced by Carolina Henriques

 

 

Niza, S., Ferreira, D., Mourão, J., Marat-Mendes, T.(2016), “Lisbon's womb: an approach to the city metabolism in the turn to the twentieth century”, Regional Environmental Change, 16(6), 1- 13, introduced by Carolina Henriques

 

 

Suleman, F. (2015), “The employment relationship in an (almost) structureless labour market: the case of domestic work”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 39 (3): 733-750, introduced by Carolina Henriques e Rodrigo Almeida

 

 

Marques, P., Salavisa, I. (2017) “Young People and Dualization in Europe: A Fuzzy Set Analysis”, Socio-Economic Review, 15(1), pp. 135-160 introduced by Rodrigo Almeida

 

 

Bento N., Fontes M. (2016), “The capacity for adopting energy innovations in Portugal: Historical evidence and perspectives for the future”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 113, Part B, 308-318, introduced by Rodrigo Almeida

 

 

-- Conclusions and provisional synthesis of the debates

 

Session 2 : Integrating Thematic Line “Regulatory and Governance Challenges for Complex Societies”

 

Monday 19 November 2018, 14.00-17.00 - Room 2E06

 

 

Chair : Nuno Dias

 

 

Ferreiro, M.F., Gonçalves, M.E., Costa, A.(2013), “Conflicting values and public decision: The Foz Côa case”, Ecological Economics, 86, 129-135 introduced by Ricardo Barradas

 

 

Gonçalves, M.E.(2017), “The EU data protection reform and the challenge of big data: remaining uncertainties and ways forward”, Information & Communications Technology Law, 26 (2), introduced by Nuno Dias

 

 

Guibentif, P.(2014), “Law in the semi-periphery: revisiting an ambitious theory in the light of recent Portuguese socio-legal research”, International Journal of Law in Context, 10 (4), introduced by Sérgio Lagoa.

 

 

Mamede, R.; Lagoa, S.; Leão, L.; Barradas, R.(2016), "The Long Boom and the Early Bust: The Portuguese Economy in the Era of Financialisation", in: E. Hein, D. Detzer and N. Dodig (eds.), Financialisation and the Financial and Economic Crises. Country Studies. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, introduced by Maria Inês Gameiro

 

 

Pinto, P.T., Almeida, R.V.(2015), Territorial development in the Cape Verde archipelago under the Estado Novo dictatorship (1953-1974)”, Planning Perspectives, 597-62, introduced by Patrícia Bento Almeida

 

 

-- Conclusions and provisional synthesis of the debates

Session 2 : Integrating Thematic Line “Regulatory and Governance Challenges for Complex Societies”

 

Monday 19 November 2018, 14.00-17.00 - Room 2E06

 

 

Chair : Nuno Dias

 

 

Ferreiro, M.F., Gonçalves, M.E., Costa, A.(2013), “Conflicting values and public decision: The Foz Côa case”, Ecological Economics, 86, 129-135 introduced by Ricardo Barradas

 

 

Gonçalves, M.E.(2017), “The EU data protection reform and the challenge of big data: remaining uncertainties and ways forward”, Information & Communications Technology Law, 26 (2), introduced by Nuno Dias

 

 

Guibentif, P.(2014), “Law in the semi-periphery: revisiting an ambitious theory in the light of recent Portuguese socio-legal research”, International Journal of Law in Context, 10 (4), introduced by Sérgio Lagoa.

 

 

Mamede, R.; Lagoa, S.; Leão, L.; Barradas, R.(2016), "The Long Boom and the Early Bust: The Portuguese Economy in the Era of Financialisation", in: E. Hein, D. Detzer and N. Dodig (eds.), Financialisation and the Financial and Economic Crises. Country Studies. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, introduced by Maria Inês Gameiro

 

 

Pinto, P.T., Almeida, R.V.(2015), Territorial development in the Cape Verde archipelago under the Estado Novo dictatorship (1953-1974)”, Planning Perspectives, 597-62, introduced by Patrícia Bento Almeida

 

 

-- Conclusions and provisional synthesis of the debates

 

Session 3: Integrating Thematic Line “Creative and Participative Lives in Empowered Societies”

Thursday 22 November, 10.00-13.00 (Auditorium 0NE01 - Auditorium José Manuel Paquete de Oliveira)

 

Opening Words - Andrea Pavoni e Alexandra Saraiva

 

 

Entradas, M., Bauer, M.(2016), “Mobilisation for Public Engagement: Benchmarking the Practices of Research Institutes”, Public Understanding of Science, Volume: 26 issue: 7, 771-788, introduced by Alexandra Saraiva

 

 

Rego, R., Alves, P.M., Naumann, R., Silva, J. (2014) “A typology of trade union websites and its application to the Portuguese and the British cases”, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 20 (2), 185-195 introduced by Vera Borges

 

 

Pavoni, A. (2018), Controlling Urban Events: Law, Ethics and the Material, London, Routledge introduced by Maria Assunção Gato

 

Pereira, S.M. (2016), “Mass Housing in Lisbon: sometimes it works”, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 32 (3), pp. 1-20 introduced by Andrea Pavoni

 

Lopes, H. (2018), “The moral dimensions of the employment relationship - Institutional implications”, Journal of Institutional Economics, Volume 14 (1), pp. 103-125 introduced by Alexandra Saraiva e Vera Borges

 

 

-- Conclusions and provisional synthesis of the debates

Session 4: General Discussion

Monday 26 November 2018, 14.00-17.00 (Room AA223)

 

Provisional Synthesis of the three thematic sessions, by Pierre Guibentif

Discussion

Outline of a bibliometric analysis of the WoS indexed publications of D’C 2013-2017, by Nuno Bento

Discussion

Session 5: The Social Impact of DINÂMIA'CET

Wendesday 12 December 2018, 10.00-13.00 (Room 1E3)

 

 

Introduction, by Pedro Costa

 

 

Discussion of the social impact of D’C, with a presentation of recent projects based on strong interaction with relevant communities.

Session 5: The Social Impact of DINÂMIA'CET

Wendesday 12 December 2018, 10.00-13.00 (Room 1E3)

 

 

Introduction, by Pedro Costa

 

 

Discussion of the social impact of D’C, with a presentation of recent projects based on strong interaction with relevant communities.

 

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