Development Studies

development studies

 

The Development Studies Program of the Lisbon School of Economics & Management (ISEG) seeks to deepen the knowledge of Development Studies from a multidisciplinary perspective, transmitted through its Master in Development and International Cooperation (MDCI) and the PhD Program in Development Studies (PDED).
 
These postgraduate study programs organize participation in lecture modules, seminars and workshops with invited national and international researchers, as well as promoting academic partnership with other universities and research centers of Universidade de Lisboa.

Notícias

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10.01.2019

Cycle of  Seminars in Development Studies 2019

From 28 February to 6 June 2019 will takes place the 28th edition of the Cycle of Seminars in Development Studies CEsA/CSG/ISEG-ULisboa, which now includes seminars organized by ICS, IGOT and ISA, of the Universidade de Lisboa. This cycle of seminars is proposed under the Master Program in Development and International Cooperation and the PhD Programa in Development Studies of ISEG/Universidade de Lisboa. We present the Final Program, which provides a set of national and international guests who will tell us about the latest research produced on International Cooperation and Development.

Program and Registrations

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Eventos

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28.03.2019

State Innovation and Competitiveness: USA, China, Brazil

Keynote Speaker: Leonardo Burlamaqui (UERJ/Levy Economic Institute, New York)

Registration


04.04.2019

State Legitimacy vs Policy Externalization? Examples from Sub-Saharan Africa

Keynote Speaker: Alice Sindzingre (SOAS/CEPN - Centre d'Economie Paris Nord)

Registration



12.04.2019

Corredores de desenvolvimento e reestruturação económica e social

Keynote Speaker: João Mosca (OMR/CEsA)

Inscrição



09.05.2019

Land tenure in Africa

Keynote Speaker: Marina Temudo (ISA-UL)

Registration


10.05.2019

Megatrends and its impact for Development Cooperation

Keynoye Speaker: Ana Paula Fernandes (OECD/OCDE)

Registration


16.05.2019

How history matters? Hysteresis, mental maps and region building  in Africa.

Keynote Speaker: Daniel Bach (CNRS - Centre Émile Durkheim)

Registration


17.05.2019

Macau, Turismo e Desenvolvimento: 20 anos de cidade espetáculo

Keynote Speaker: Marisa Gaspar (SOCIUS/CSG)

Inscrição 


23.05.2019

Why is the world turning against free trade? And, what does that mean for workers everywhere?

Keynote Speaker: Jayati Ghosh (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)

(Cancelled)

30.05.2019 a 01.06.2019

Spring Module: Lectures in Socioeconomic Transformation

Keynote Speaker: Howard Stein (University of Michigan, USA)

Registration