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Alda Azevedo

Ph.D. in Demography (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

 housing demography; demographic ageing (ORCiD)

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Alexandre Abreu

Ph.D. in Economics (University of London)

migrations and development; poverty, inequality, and development; violence, conflict and development (ORCiD)


Alina Esteves

Ph.D. in Geography (Universidade de Lisboa)

international migration; internal migration; ageing (ORCiD)


Amélia Bastos

Ph.D. in Economics (Universidade de Lisboa)

poverty and social exclusion; child poverty measurement; gender issues, the labour market and well-being (ORCiD)


Amílcar Moreira

Ph.D. in Social Policy (University of Bath)

pension policy; financial and social sustainability of social security; demographic ageing; welfare state reform (ORCiD)

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Carla Pinto

PhD Social Sciences

Social Policy

 (Universidade de Lisboa)

social solicy; social work; sustainable welfare; longevity and aging;
participative methodologies and empowerment (ORCiD)

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Catarina R. Oliveira

Ph.D. Sociology
(ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

migration and integration policies; indicators of migration integration and public policies; migrants’ business strategies (ORCiD)


Dália Costa

Ph.D. Sociology 
(Universidade Aberta)

gender studies, violence and crime,  domestic violence,  social policy (ORCiD)

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Eduarda M. Costa

Ph.D. in Human Geography (Universidade de Lisboa)

urban studies ageing in place; cohesion policy; policy evaluation



Elvira Pereira

Ph.D. in Economic and Organisational Sociology (Universidade de Lisboa)

poverty and deprivation: territorial contexts and place effects; social policy, minimum income policies and living wage (ORCiD)


Fátima Amante

Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology (Universidade de Lisboa)

mobilities; border and migration regimes; qualitative research methodologies (ORCiD)

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João Mourato

Ph.D. in Town Planning (University College London)

climate action; sustainability transitions; (non)migration; urbanization (ORCiD)

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João Peixoto

Ph.D. in Economic and Organisational Sociology (Universidade de Lisboa)

international migration (ORCiD)


Jorge Malheiros

Ph.D. in Human Geography (Universidade de Lisboa)

migrations; demographic projections (local and regional levels)


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Lara P. Tavares

Ph. D. in Economics
(ISER, University of Essex)

population economics; (low) fertility and its determinants; labour market changes and inequalities (ORCiD)




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Nuno Costa

Ph. D. in Geography (Universidade de Lisboa)

urban and regional modelling analysis; projections; mobility of aged people (ORCiD)

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Paula Albuquerque

Ph. D. in Economics (Universidade de Lisboa)

population ageing; long-term care; older labour markets; the economics of longevity; intergenerational transfers and

justice (ORCiD)

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Paulo Morgado

Ph. D. in Regional and Urban Planning

    (Universidade de Lisboa)

spatial data analysis; network analysis; machine learning for spatial analysis; neurourbanism and real-time data analysis (ORCiD)


Pedro Magalhães

Ph.D. Political Science (Ohio State University)

public opinion; political attitudes; electoral behavior; judicial politics


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Rui C. Lopes

PhD in Social Psychology (ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

intergroup relations; prejudice and discrimination; the impacts of social norms and ideologies; socially critical decisions towards low status groups (ORCiD)

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Stella B. Câmara

Ph.D. in Gerontology (Universidade de Lisboa)

ageing and globalisation; demographic ageing; demographic changes and
intergenerational relations (ORCiD)

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Vanessa Cunha

Ph.D. Sociology (ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

fertility issues; households;

families, gender and public policies




Ph.D. xxx  (xxx)

fertility issues; households;

families, gender and public policies


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Isabel Proença

Ph. D. in Economics

(Université Catholique de Louvain)

applied microeconometrics; panel data; semiparametric methods and spatial econometrics (ORCiD)


Esmeralda Arranhado

PhD in Economics (University of Bristol)

microeconometrics; discrete choice models; count data models; models for fractional data,; sampling problems (ORCiD)

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Ben Wilson
(visiting Professor)

PhD Demography (London School of Economics)

Immigrants and their descendants, family formation, health inequalities, research methods (ORCiD)

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