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REMINDER | Call for Abstracts | 26th APDR Congress, 4-5 July 2019, Aveiro, Portugal

Call for Abstracts

It is our pleasure to announce the 26th APDR Congress, to be held at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, from July 4 to July 5, 2019.

Theme of the Conference:

Evidence-based territorial policymaking: formulation, implementation and evaluation of policy

Keynote Speakers

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António Figueiredo

FEP e Quaternaire

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Artur da Rosa Pires

Universidade de Aveiro

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Elisabete Silva

University of Cambridge

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João Ferrão

ICS-ULisboa

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João L. Marques

Universidade de Aveiro

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Taps Maiti

University of Michigan

 The call for abstracts are open and your participation is very welcome!

Special Sessions

SS01 | Portugal Post-2020: The Construction of Expectations – Challenges to the Territorialisation of Public Policies

SS02 | Children as City Experts. Contributions for Social Theory and Urban Planning

SS03 | Planning for better territorial innovation policies in Less Developed Regions in Europe

SS04 | Selling ‘rural food’ in urban contexts: a way of establishing and reinforcing new rural-urban connections?

SS05 | Envolvimento regional das instituições de ensino superior: todas diferentes, todas iguais?

SS06 | Role and effects of the Entrepreneurial University in regional development

SS07 | Choreographies of Power in Metropolitan Territories

SS08 | Fostering innovation on sea economy development

SS09 | Modeling and Planning Solutions for territorial policymaking

SS10 | Geoparques Mundiais da UNESCO: estratégias de desenvolvimento territorial para o Séc. XXI

SS11 | Water-wise Spatial Planning. Challenges for Regions

SS12 | Políticas de Saúde e Ordenamento do Território

SS13 | Trajectories and life cycles: transition(s) to/in ageing

SS14 | Integração, Coordenação e Geotecnologia como Instrumentos de Elaboração, Execução e Gestão de Políticas Públicas de Redução de Riscos de Desastres Hídricos nos Territórios

SS15 | Política governamental, desenvolvimento regional e dinâmica socioeconômica contemporânea

SS16 | Tourism and creative cities

SS17 | O design como agente para o desenvolvimento territorial e a territorialização

SS18 | Digital Economy and Digital Talent:  challenges in the alignment of technologies and regional capabilities

SS19 | Data Sourcing and Citizen Participation: plugging territorial development with individual data and engagement

SS20 | RIE - Regional Innovation Ecosystems – Policies and Implementation Strategies

SS21 | Energy and Environmental data analysis: indicators and implications

SS22 | Cultural and creative tourism in urban and rural territories and community roles

SS23 | Innovation, innovation policy and rural development

SS24 | Data and tools for advanced territorial analysis

SS25 | Decision support systems (DSS) to model urban transformation

 

Regular Sessions

RS01 - (Big) Data for regional science

RS02 - Agglomeration, clustering, and networking

RS03 - Climate change mitigation and adaptation

RS04 - Decision Support Systems

RS05 - Education and health

RS06 - Energy and environmental economics

RS07 - Financing of economic growth

RS08 - Geographic Information Systems and location modelling

RS09 - Governance and public policy

RS10 - Housing, rehabilitation and real estate

RS11 - Information and communication technology in regional sciences

RS12 - Infrastructure, transportation and accessibility

RS13 - Innovation, entrepreneurship and regional development

RS14 - Low density regions and development

RS15 - Models and methods in regional science

RS16 - Natural environment, resources and rural development

RS17 - Population, migration and labour markets

RS18 - Qualitative analysis in regional science

RS19 - Quality of life, wellbeing and happiness

RS20 - Regional and local development policies

RS21 - Regional resilience and crisis

RS22 - Services, tourism and culture

RS23 - Social innovation, integration, poverty and exclusion

RS24 - Spatial econometrics

RS25 - Sports and regional development

RS26 - Systems and General Interest Services: education, health

RS27 - Territorial Cohesion and asymmetries

RS28 - Theory in regional science

Deadline for Abstracts submissions: April 16, 2019. Abstracts should be submitted electronically, using the platform available on the Conference website: https://events.digitalpapers.org/apdr2019  

All information at the congress website: http://www.apdr.pt/congresso/2019  

Looking forward to meeting you in Aveiro!

The Organizing Committee and the Board of APDR

26th APDR Congress

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