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  PhD students from the Program in Development Studies (PDED) (ISEG/ICS/IGOT/ISA) and CEsA and ISEG researchers gathered on June 22 and 23, 2022 for the Healthy Academic Writing Retreat. The workshop was facilitated by Dr…

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The Topics in Development Studies Serminars 2022 sessions were streamed online via Zoom and YouTube, from March 14th 2022 to June 6th 2022. The broadcasts are saved on the CEsA YouTube channel (access this link)….

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The most recent special issue of the Review of African Political Economy (RoAPE), “Capital Accumulation, Financialisation and Social Reproduction in Mozambique” (vol 49, issue 171, March 2022), edited by Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco/CEsA and Elisa Grecco,…

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CEsA (CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) will hold between the 25th and 27th of May 2022, at the Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG/ULisboa), in Lisbon, the II Encontro de Jovens Investigadores da CPLP sobre África 2022 (II…

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The Political Economy of the European Peripheries Summer School 2022 is accepting applications until May 13. Abstracts should be submitted using a form (click here). The event will take place in Avis, Portugal, from July…

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The Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG/ULisboa), the School of Agriculture (ISA/ULisboa), the School of Social Science (ICS/ULisboa), and the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning (IGOT/ULisboa), supported by the Center for African and…

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Events

EADI CEsA General Conference 2023: Towards New Rhythms of Development 10-13 July 2023, Centre for African and Development Studies (CEsA), ISEG -Lisbon School of Economics and Management/University of Lisbon (Portugal)
The development landscape has never been static but in these times of uncertainty and insecurity, we are witnessing ever more profound shifts in global relations, inequalities, ...
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II Meeting of Young Lusophone Commonwealth Researchers on Africa 2022 CEsA (CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) will hold between the 25th and 27th of May 2022, at the Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG/ULisboa), in Lisbon, the II Encontro de Jovens Investigadores da CPLP sobre África 2022 (II Meeting of Young Lusophone Commonwealth Researchers on Africa 2022). The ... Mai 25 View Event

Publications

Working Paper 125/2014: Information management in disaster and development: geographic information systems Working Paper 125/2014: Information management in disaster and development: geographic information systems There is a theoretical and practical link between long-term sustainable development and disaster management (prevention, preparedness and response). There are multiple synergies and interactions between these activities which can be understood as part of the same learning cycle. A common approach to information management is View Publication Working Paper 124/2014: Justiça ambiental e movimentos sociais. Reflexão teórica a partir de reconceiving environmental justice: global movements and political theorie de David Schlosberg Working Paper 124/2014: Justiça ambiental e movimentos sociais. Reflexão teórica a partir de reconceiving environmental justice: global movements and political theorie de David Schlosberg The purpose of this paper, framed in the discipline Problematic in International Relations of the Doctoral Course in International Relations, is to understand to what extent social justice theorizations within the scope of political theory and the claims of social movements of an environmental nature View Publication Working Paper 123/2014: Economia informal e políticas em Moçambique: lógicas e práticas dos Mukheristas Working Paper 123/2014: Economia informal e políticas em Moçambique: lógicas e práticas dos Mukheristas This text discusses the relationship between policies and the informal economy in Mozambique, specifically focusing on the logics and practices of the mukheristas, informal micro-importers operating in the city of Maputo. The analysis is based on two theoretical assumptions, namely: the diverse rationality presented by View Publication Working Paper 122/2013: Abertura ao exterior: uma inevitabilidade para as pequenas economias insulares e condição essencial para o desenvolvimento sustentável de S. Tomé e Príncipe Working Paper 122/2013: Abertura ao exterior: uma inevitabilidade para as pequenas economias insulares e condição essencial para o desenvolvimento sustentável de S. Tomé e Príncipe This text discusses, very briefly, why small island economies are pressured to open up to the outside and what are the conditions under which they must guide their process of sustainable development. In particular, the text discusses what should be the external orientation of the View Publication Working Paper 121/2013: Reflexão sobre bloqueios ao desenvolvimento de S. Tomé e Príncipe no período pós-independência. Algumas comparações com Cabo Verde Working Paper 121/2013: Reflexão sobre bloqueios ao desenvolvimento de S. Tomé e Príncipe no período pós-independência. Algumas comparações com Cabo Verde Everything indicates that the cultural values ​​of the forros were structured as a result of the first major social rupture that took place in the 16th century, with the decline of the sugar economy and the departure of Europeans and their mulatto children to Brazil. View Publication Working Paper 120/2013: Gangues, novíssimas guerras e (sub)cultura da violência/delinquência Working Paper 120/2013: Gangues, novíssimas guerras e (sub)cultura da violência/delinquência This paper aims to reflect the problem of gangs and their relationship with urban space in the urban wars scenery that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s in densely populated cities, as well as discuss the adequacy of explanations on the phenomenon of violence and View Publication

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