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Lina Brand Correa

Vertical peripheries: Planning and citizenship in Colombia's commodified periurban housing towers

Vertical peripheries: Planning and citizenship in Colombia's commodified periurban housing towers

Project Investigators: Luisa Sotomayor and Lina Brand Correa Funding: SSHRC Insight Grant Term: 2022-2025 This interdisciplinary research project (Canada, Colombia, urban planning, anthropology, development studies, and ecological economics) will investigate the implementation and effects of Colombia's market-based housing policy as it restructures the country's metropolitan peripheries. Specifically, the project aims to understand how commodified social

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Moving beyond technical solutions: Studying energy from a social sciences perspective

Moving beyond technical solutions: Studying energy from a social sciences perspective

After completing her BA in Economics at the National University of Colombia, Dr Lina Brand Correa was left unsatisfied with the approaches of mainstream economics to environmental problems in general, and the understanding of the role of energy in society in particular. She decided to pursue an MSc in Ecological Economics at the University of

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Lina Brand Correa

Lina Brand Correa

Assistant Professor Business and Environment Coordinator Credentials PhD in Earth and Environment, University of LeedsMSc in Ecological Economics (distinction), University of EdinburghBA in Economics, National University of Colombia, MedellĂ­n Campus Research Keywords Ecological Economics; Degrowth; Energy Poverty; Wellbeing; Demand and Consumption; Participation and Democracy; EROI (Energy Return on energy Invested). Graduate Supervision I supervise students

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