Página inicialStudents' come and go. Unpacking the effects of academic mobility in urban metabolism and regeneration

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Publicado quarta, 18 de abril de 2018 por Anastasia Giardinelli

Resumo

The aim and scope of the special session: Academic mobility’s impact in hosting cities and regions is often overlooked as it is perceived as being episodic, with a limited and temporary effect. Against this background, this special session aims to unpack the long-lasting influence of academic mobility in urban metabolism and regeneration processes. From larger to smaller cities and universities, how can we make use of the principles of a circular economy to understand the effects, strengths and limits of academic mobility in regional development? As academic mobility is increasing worldwide, this special session looks at the particular challenges it raises for a sustainable future.

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The aim and scope of the special session: Academic mobility’s impact in hosting cities and regions is often overlooked as it is perceived as being episodic, with a limited and temporary effect. Against this background, this special session aims to unpack the long-lasting influence of academic mobility in urban metabolism and regeneration processes. From larger to smaller cities and universities, how can we make use of the principles of a circular economy to understand the effects, strengths and limits of academic mobility in regional development? As academic mobility is increasing worldwide, this special session looks at the particular challenges it raises for a sustainable future.

Special Session (SS04) organized in the framework of the 25th APDR Congress - Circular Economy, Urban Metabolism and Regional Development: Challenges for a Sustainable Future, July 5-6 2018, FCSH-UNL, Lisbon, Portugal

Submission Guidelines

Abstracts are accepted in the following languages: Portuguese, English or Spanish. The papers can be presented in one of these three languages and parallel sessions will be organized by language to facilitate the participation of people who do not speak Portuguese.

The text should not exceed 400 words.

Theme

Circular Economy, Urban Metabolism and Regional Development: Challenges for a Sustainable Future

Regular Sessions:

RS01 - Conceptualisation and models in regional development

RS02 - Territorial development policies for circularity

RS03 - Strategies of Circular Economy

RS04 - Technological innovation, new products and business models

RS05 - Regional innovation, clusters and ecosystems

RS06 - Reverse cycles and innovation in logistics

RS07 - Sectoral policies and circularity

RS08 - Circular Economy and labour markets

RS09 - Circular Economy and promotion of territories

RS10 - Management of urban and peri-urban metabolism

RS11 - Energy production and consumption for a sustainable future

RS12 - Urban regeneration, real estate markets and Circular Economy

RS13 - Cities and spatial planning in the Circular Economy

RS14 - Management of resources and natural systems

RS15 - Conserve and sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources

RS16 - Production, consumption and food waste in the context of the Circular Economy

RS17 - Circular Economy and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Organizing and Scientific Committee

Carlos Vieira, University of Évora and CEFAGE, E-mail: cvieira@uevora.pt

Isabel Vieira, University of Évora and CEFAGE, E-mail: impvv@uevora.pt

Rosalina Pisco Costa, University of Évora and CICS.NOVA.UÉvora, rosalina@uevora.pt


SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: http://www.apdr.pt/congresso/2018/abstractpaper-submission.html

Abstract Submission Deadline: may 6, 2018

Results of the review process will be communicated to authors by approximately: May 20, 2018

Locais

  • Lisboa, Moçambique

Datas

  • domingo, 06 de maio de 2018

Contactos

  • Isabel Vieira
    courriel : impvv [at] uevora [dot] pt

Fonte da informação

  • Rosalina Costa
    courriel : rosalina [at] uevora [dot] pt

Para citar este anúncio

« Students' come and go. Unpacking the effects of academic mobility in urban metabolism and regeneration », Chamadas de trabalhos, Calenda, Publicado quarta, 18 de abril de 2018, https://calenda.org/439732

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