Editorial

Authors

  • Joaquim Filipe Araújo Full Professor at University of Minho
  • Irene Viparelli Assistant Professor at University of Évora
  • José Palmeira Assistant Professor at University of Minho
  • Miguel Rocha de Sousa Assistant Professor at University of Évora

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21814/perspectivas.2793

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Author Biographies

Joaquim Filipe Araújo, Full Professor at University of Minho

Joaquim Filipe Ferraz Esteves Araújo is the Editor-in-Chief of Perspectivas, Journal of Political Science. He is a Full Professor of Public Administration at the School of Economics and Management of University of Minho, Potugal. He is an integrated member of the Research Center in Political Science (CICP). He has a Ph.D. in Public Administration by the University of Exeter, United Kingdom. His research focuses on Public Management at central and local level, working within the intersection of the literature of administrative sciences, public management and organizational studies. His current research projects in this area examine how recent crisis is influencing public service delivery. In addition, he has an ongoing interest on open government and transparency with a focus at local government.

Irene Viparelli, Assistant Professor at University of Évora

Irene Viparelli is an Editor of Perspectivas, Journal of Political Science. She has a Ph.D. in Ethics and Political and Legal Philosophy from the University of Salerno and is a Specialist in Political Theory, Political Science and Political Philosophy. Between 2010 and 2017 she has developed a post-doctoral project in Political Science, founded by FCT. Presently she is an assistant professor at University of Évora, an integrated member of the Research Center in Political Science (CICP) and a collaborator of Labcom/IFP of University of Beira Interior.

José Palmeira, Assistant Professor at University of Minho

José Palmeira is an Editor of Perspectivas, Journal of Political Science. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Minho, with Ph.D in Political Science and International Relations and is an integrated member of the Research Center in Political Science. The main focus of his research is in the field of Comparative Politics, with application in the areas of Political Science (political systems) and International Relations (political actors), having as main analytical tool Geopolitics and Strategy and as study areas the Atlantic and the Lusophone space. He is member of the direction of the European Studies Section of the Portuguese Association of Political Science.

Miguel Rocha de Sousa, Assistant Professor at University of Évora

Miguel Rocha de Sousa is an Editor of Perspectivas, Journal of Political Science. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Évora and a BSc and MSc in Economics from Nova School of Business and Economics, Lisbon. Presently he is an assistant professor and department head of Economics at Évora (tenured), after having also taught at Nova, and having been a visiting professor at University of Dili, East Timor, and Methodist University, Luanda, Angola. He is an integrated researcher at the Research Center in Political Science (CICP) and a collaborator of the Center for Advanced Studies in Management and Economics of the University of Évora. His areas of specialization are political economy, economic growth and development, land reform, inter- national organizations, with both a theoretical and applied focus on Europe and Latin America, and has also done some work on econophysics and mathematical methods in economics. He is an associate of SEDES, AEA-American Economic Association, IPSA- International Political Science Association and its RC35 of Tech and Development, and also of SASE, Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics.

Published

2020-06-19

How to Cite

Araújo, J. F., Viparelli, I., Palmeira, J., & Rocha de Sousa, M. (2020). Editorial. Perspectivas - Journal of Political Science, 22, 7-9. https://doi.org/10.21814/perspectivas.2793

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