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Call for applications for the Summer Institute in Inclusive Economies for a Just and Sustainable Planet, co-organized by the University of Toronto and the University of the Andes, and scheduled to take place from June 5-8, 2024, in Bogotá, Colombia. The Summer lnstitute is a four-day program that will bring together 42 participants from the […]

Small Grant Scheme on Pandemics, Cities, Regions & Industry: Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Implementation of Digital Public Policy in Six Local Administrations in the Colombian Meta Department This exploratory research project seeks to furnish academics in regional studies and broader audiences with crucial insights into the Covid-19 pandemic and how this has impacted […]

This blog is part of the “Latin American Perspectives in Regional Studies” series and was published in both Spanish and English. La version en español.   The subject of fiscal, political and administrative decentralisation remains a part of the discussion about the regional economy since it is hoped distinct decentralisation processes will contribute to a […]

Este blog forma parte de la serie “Perspectivas Latinoamericanas en Estudios Regionales” y fue publicado en inglés y español. English version.   El tema de la descentralización fiscal, política, y administrativa permanece dentro del debate de la economía regional ya que se espera que los distintos procesos de descentralización contribuyan a una distribución de la […]

Rapid population growth and expansion beyond municipality limits has drawn attention to governance and development issues faced by the Bogotá Metropolitan Region (MR), Colombia, South America. These issues are made clearer by the obvious lack of a metropolitan authority, which would ideally coordinate and integrate municipal, provincial, and private actors for effective future planning purposes. […]

We hope you had an enjoyable RSA Latin America Division conference in Bogotá. The conference photos can now be viewed by clicking here. To download the Conference Infographic, please click here.To hear first-hand from the conference experience of the student delegation of the Universidad de San Francisco, Ecuador, you can read their conference report here. If you are interested […]

For the Latin America Division Conference, the RSA awards a number of bursaries. Below you can find the winners for this year’s conference: Giovanni Vecchio, Universidad Catolica de Chile (Chile): Transport and Equity in Latin America: A Critical Review of Socially-oriented Accessibility Assessments Andrea Porras, Universidad del Norte (Colombia): Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in an Emergent Country: The Anchor Tenant’s Role from a […]

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