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Curriculum vitae May 2008
Curriculum vitae
May 2008
1. Dados pessoais
1. Personal data
Nome completo
Full name
Varqá Carlos Jalali
BI
National identity card
10362041
Local e data de Nascimento
Birth place and date
Setúbal, Portugal 05-10-1974
Pais de nacionalidade
Nationality
PORTUGAL
Morada institucional
Institutional address
Universidade de Aveiro
S.A. Ciências Sociais, Jurídicas e Políticas
3810-193 Aveiro
PORTUGAL
Contactos
Contact data
Telefone: + 351 234 372490
Fax: + 351 234 372500
Email: [email protected]
Endereço internet (url): www.ua.pt/csjp
2. Formação académica
2. Academic degrees
Grau
Ano académico
Year Academic
degree
Instituição
Institution
Classificação
Classification
2002 DOUTORAMENTO Other
Approved (there is no classification scheme
in Oxford University D.Phil. programmes)
1997 MESTRADO
Other
Distinction
1996 LICENCIATURA
Other
First Class Honours Degree (with
equivalency of 18 out of 20 awarded by
Portuguese Universities)
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3. Actividades anteriores e situação actual em termos científicos e/ou
profissionais
3. Previous and current scientific and/or professional activities
Período
Period
Cargo ou categoria
Instituição
Position or
Institution
category
2004-
Assistant Professor
University of Aveiro, Dept. of Social, Legal
and Political Sciences
2003-2004
Senior Associate
Researcher
Instituto de Ciências Sociais, University of
Lisbon
2003-2004
Assistant Professor
Catholic University of Portugal, Faculty of
Human Sciences, Lisbon
2002-2003
Assistant Professor
University Jean Piaget of Cape Verde
1999-2001
Tutor in Politics
University of Oxford
4. Área de actividade científica
4. Area of scientific activity
Ciências Políticas
5. Domínio de especialização
5. Domain of specialization
Domínio de especialização
Domain of specializations
Comparative politics.
Actuais interesses de investigação
Present research interests
Party organisation and internal functioning.
Party systems and their evolution.
Portuguese political institutions in comparative perspective.
Electoral behaviour.
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6. Experiência na orientação
6. Supervising experience
Ongoing Doctoral Theses:
Patrícia Catarina Sousa e Silva (University of Aveiro)
Title: "Political patronage as a partisan instrument in public policy"
Stage: Initiated in 2007
Funding: funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT)
Vítor Manuel Tavares Baptista (University of Aveiro)
First Supervisor (joint supervision with Prof. José Manuel Moreira, University of
Aveiro)
Title: "Budgetary Discipline in the European Economic and Monetary Union"
Stage: Initiated in 2005
Concluded Master Theses:
João Carvalho (Instituto Ciências Sociais – University of Lisbon)
Title: "The politics of immigration control in Portugal - 1993- 2005"
Defended in May 2007
Classification: Muito bom (maximum possible classification)
Edalina Sanches (Instituto Ciências Sociais – University of Lisbon)
Title: “The Evolution of the Cape Verdean Party System since Democratisation”
Defended in April 2008
Classification: Muito bom (maximum possible classification)
Ongoing Master Theses (pre-Bologna Masters):
Célia Maria Marques Pereira (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Public policy in the field of social security in Portugal, 1995-2005”
Stage: Initiated in 2007
Ana Cristina Morim (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Parties and public policy in the field of health provision”
Stage: Initiated in 2007
Tânia Covas (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Electoral campaign design and practice: the Portuguese presidential
elections of 2006”
Stage: Initiated in 2006
Pedro Rodrigues (University of Aveiro)
Title: “The impact of management on cultural infrastructures: the Portuguese
case”
Stage: Initiated in 2006
Luís Humberto Teixeira (Instituto Ciências Sociais –University of Lisbon)
Title: “Green Parties without Roots? The interaction between environmental
movements and green parties in Portugal”
Stage: Initiated in 2006
José Bourdain (Instituto Ciências Sociais – University of Lisbon)
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Title: “The impact of the Portuguese electoral system on strategic voting”
Stage: Awaiting defence (initiated in 2006)
João Pedro Henriques (University of Aveiro)
Title: "Dimensions of Corruption in Portuguese Public Administration: the case of
fiscal administration authorities"
Stage: Initiated in 2005
Bernardete Fonseca (University of Aveiro)
Title: "Governance and the change of responsibilities towards an active
citizenship: the case of unemployment protection"
Stage: Awaiting defence (initiated in 2005)
Rita António Neto (University of Aveiro)
Title: "The impact of Women in Decision-making positions"
Stage: Initiated in 2005
Luís Grego (University of Aveiro)
Second Supervisor (joint supervision with Prof. Maria Luís Rocha Pinto, University
of Aveiro)
Title: "The influence of the elected on voters: networks and power relations at
the local level in Portugal"
Stage: Initiated in 2005
Ongoing Master Theses (Bologna Masters):
Rui Castilho Dias (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Independent candidates in Portuguese elections”
Stage: Initiated in 2007
Francisca Paiva (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Dictated by Brussels? Transposing EU regulations in Portuguese
legislation”
Stage: Initiated in 2007
Sandra Silva (University of Aveiro)
Title: “Parties and civil society in Portugal”
Stage: Initiated in 2007
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7. Participação em projectos
7. Participation in research projects
Oct. 2007- Sept. 2010: Principal investigator of the project “Political
patronage in Portugal”.
This project received a grant from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and
Technology (FCT) [project reference: PTDC/CPO/65419/2006]
It is a partnership between the University of Aveiro, the Centro de Estudos Sociais
of the University of Coimbra and the Instituto de Ciências Sociais of the University
of Lisbon, and has three main objectives. First, it seeks to analyse the permeation,
reach and evolution of political patronage in Portugal. As such, it will develop a
comprehensive database of political appointments in Portugal since
democratisation that is expected to be of considerable use for the broader political
science community. Secondly, it will use this database, as well as research within
parties and public administration, to better understand the role that patronage can
play in political processes. In particular, the aim is to evaluate how it impacts on
party organisations, be it in terms of their entrenchment and intra-party dynamics;
how it correlates with the evolution of party system dynamics and democratisation
in Portugal; and the role and impact of party patronage in policy-making
processes. Finally, by being integrated in an international research network
analysing patronage in Europe, this project aims at analysing the Portuguese case
in a comparative perspective, and consequently widen the scope of its results.
Since 2001: Researcher in the Portuguese Election Studies
(“Comportamento Eleitoral e Atitudes Políticas dos Portugueses”) project,
with Professor António Barreto as Principal Investigator, since 2001. This project is
linked to several international projects and networks, namely the CSES
(Comparative Studies of Election Systems), the CNEP (Comparative National
Election Project), the EES (European Election Study) and INTUNE- Mass/Elites in a
Multi-Layered Europe.
From 2007: Researcher in the “Religiosity, Ideology and Voting in Europe”
project, with Professor José Ramon Montero as Principal Investigator. This project
has been granted financing by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science,
Dirección General de Investigación.
Since 2003: Member of a research team led by Professor Manuel Villaverde Cabral
that analyses Eurobarometer surveys biannually for the European Commission’s
Representation in Portugal.
2005-2006: researcher in the project “20 years of Portuguese membership in the
EU”, coordinated by Pedro Lains and Marina Costa Lobo.
2004: Participation in the "Euromanifestos" project, coordinated by the Social
Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB).
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8. Prémios e Distinções
8. Prizes and awards
Ano Nome do Prémio ou Distinção
Year Name of the prize or award
Nome da entidade
promotora
Name of the granting
entity
2004
Menção Honrosa, Prémio Fundação
Fundação Mário Soares
Mário Soares 2004
1996
First Class Honours Degree
Students Book Award
Pembroke College,
University of Oxford
9. Publicações
9. Publications
Teses / Thesis
Jalali, C., (2002). “The evolution of the Portuguese party system since 1974 in
comparative European perspective”. D.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford, Oxford,
United Kingdom.
Livros (autor) / Books (author)
C. Jalali (2007). Partidos e Democracia em Portugal, 1974-2005: da Revolução ao
Bipartidarismo?, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.
J. M. Moreira, C. Jalali and A. A. Alves, eds. (2008), Estado, Sociedade Civil e
Administração Pública: Para um Novo Paradigma do Serviço Público, Coimbra:
Almedina.
Capítulos de livros / Chapters in books
C. Jalali (forthcoming 2008). “Governing from Lisbon or Governing from Brussels?
Models and Tendencies of Europeanisation of the Portuguese government”. In A. C.
Pinto and N. S. Teixeira (eds.), Portugal and the EU.
C. Jalali (forthcoming 2008). “Vícios Públicos, Virtudes Privadas? Os portugueses e
a ética na vida pública”. In L. Sousa and J. Triães (eds.), A corrupção e os
portugueses, Lisbon: RCP Edições.
C. Jalali (forthcoming 2008). “Vícios Públicos, Virtudes Privadas? Os portugueses e
a ética na vida pública”. In L. Sousa and J. Triães (eds.), A corrupção e os
portugueses, Lisbon: RCP Edições.
C. Jalali (forthcoming 2008). “No meio está a virtude? As preferências e posições
de eleitores e partidos nas legislativas de 2005”. In M. C. Lobo and P. Magalhães
(eds.), Eleições e Semipresidencialismo (provisional title), Lisbon: Imprensa de
Ciências Sociais.
C. Jalali & P. Silva (forthcoming 2008). “A culpa morre sempre solteira?
Accountability, qualidade da democracia e governação em Portugal”. In R. Feijó
and M. C. Lobo (eds.), Festschrifft for David Baer Goldey (provisional title), Lisbon:
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Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.
C. Jalali (2008). “A reforma na gaveta? Partidos e cidadãos perante a reforma do
Estado em Portugal”. In J. M. Moreira, C. Jalali and A. A. Alves (eds.), Estado,
Sociedade Civil e Administração Pública: Para um Novo Paradigma do Serviço
Público, Coimbra: Almedina, pp. 111-141.
C. Jalali (2007). “The Woes of being in Opposition – the PSD since 1995”. In A.
Bosco and L. Morlino (eds.), Party Change in Southern Europe, London: Routledge,
pp. 29-49.
C. Jalali (2007). “The Same Old Cleavages? Old cleavages and new values in the
2002 general elections” In A. Freire, M. C. Lobo and P. Magalhães (eds.), Portugal
at the Polls in 2002, Lexington Books, pp. 49-74.
Jalali, C., (2007), “Velhas clivagens em novas democracias: a consolidação do
comportamento eleitoral português em democracia”, in A. Freire, M. C. Lobo and P.
Magalhães (eds.), Eleições e Cultura Política, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais,
pp. 199-226.
Calvo, K., Martinez, A., Montero, J. R. and Jalali, C., (2007), “Voto religioso em
Portugal e Espanha”, in A. Freire, M. C. Lobo and P. Magalhães (eds.), Eleições e
Cultura Política, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, pp. 157-197.
C. Jalali (2007). “A Europa como razão ou como desculpa? A europeização das
instituições políticas nacionais”. In M. C. Lobo and P. Lains (eds.), Em Nome da
Europa. Instituições e Desenvolvimento em Portugal, 1986-2006, Lisbon: Principia.
Jalali, C., (2006), “Trent´anni dopo la rivoluzione. Come è cambiato il sistema
partitico portoghese”, in A. Bosco (ed.), Partiti ed Elettori nel Sud Europea, Soveria
Mannelli: Rubbettino.
Jalali, C., (2006), “A Yellow Card for the Government, Offside for European issues?
The European Elections of 2004 in Portugal”, in M. Maier and J. Tenscher (eds.),
Campaigning in Europe: Parties, Campaigns, Mass Media and the European
Parliamentary Elections 2004, London: LIT Publishers
C. Jalali (2006). “Citizens and Politics: From Representation and Trust to Fear and
Disaffection?” In M. E. Ardjomandi, ed., Angst und Wut - Täter und Opfer in
Gruppen, Heidelberg: Mattes Vlg.
Jalali, C., (2004), “As mesmas clivagens de sempre? Velhas clivagens e novos
valores no comportamento eleitoral português”, in Freire, Lobo e Magalhães (eds.),
Portugal a Votos: As eleições legislativas de 2002, Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências
Sociais.
Jalali, C., (2001) “A evolução do sistema de partidos de Portugal – do pluralismo
polarizado ao pluralismo moderado e bipolarização”, em A Reforma do Estado em
Portugal: Problemas e Perspectivas, Editorial Bizâncio.
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Artigos em revistas de circulação internacional com arbitragem científica / Papers
in international scientific periodicals with referees
C. Jalali (2006). Book Review - 'The Developing Place of Portugal in the European
Union'. Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 370-372.
C. Jalali (2006). "The Woes of Being in Opposition: the PSD since 1995". South
European Society & Politics, vol. 11, nos. 3-4, pp. 359-379.
Jalali, C., (2006). “The Trials of a Socialist Government: Right-wing victories in
Local and Presidential Elections in Portugal, 2005-2006”. South European Society &
Politics, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 287-299. With Marina Costa Lobo.
Artigos em revistas nacionais com arbitragem científica / Papers in national
periodicals with referees
Jalali, C. (2006), "A democracia em Cabo Verde: recensão do livro de Onésimo
Silveira, A Democracia em Cabo Verde", in Análise Social, Número 180, Volume
XLI, pp. 884-886.
Jalali, C., (2005). “Nova governação, nova cidadania? Os cidadãos e a política em
Portugal”, in Tekhné – Revista de Estudos Politécnicos, vol. 2, nº 4, pp. 29-38.
Jalali, C., (2003). “A investigação do comportamento eleitoral em Portugal: história
e perspectivas futuras”, in Análise Social, Número 167, pp. 545-572, 2003.
Outras publicações / Other publications
Jalali, Carlos, Moreira, Diogo and Pereira, José (2007), Eurobarometer 67: Public
Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal, Spring 2007, European
Opinion Research Group
Jalali, Carlos, Moreira, Diogo, Pereira, José and Santo, Ana Espírito (2005),
Eurobarometer 64: Public Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal,
Autumn 2005, European Opinion Research Group
Jalali, Carlos, Moreira, Diogo and Pereira, José (2005), Eurobarometer 63: Public
Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal, Spring 2005, European
Opinion Research Group
Jalali, Carlos, Nunes, Filipe and Santo, Ana Espírito (2004), Eurobarometer 62:
Public Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal, Autumn 2004,
European Opinion Research Group
Jalali, Carlos, Nunes, Filipe and Santo, Ana Espírito (2004), Eurobarometer 61:
Public Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal, Spring 2004,
European Opinion Research Group
Jalali, Carlos, Nunes, Filipe and Santo, Ana Espírito (2003), Eurobarometer 60.1:
Public Opinion in the European Union, National Report Portugal, Autumn 2003,
European Opinion Research Group
Jalali, C. (2001), "Asking the right question of the wrong people: Representation
versus governability in electoral systems revisited", ECPR Standing group on
analytical politics and public choice, Working paper 2001-35
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10. Comunicações
10. Communications
Comunicações orais por convite / Oral communications by invitation
C. Jalali (2008), “A UE e os cidadãos: Democracia e Integração Europeia”, Universidade de
Aveiro, May 2008.
C. Jalali e M. Lisi (2007), "Weak Societal Roots, Strong Individual Patrons? Patronage &
Party Organization in Portugal (a research outline)" Portuguese Studies Workshop,
Universidade de Oxford, November 2007.
Jalali, C. (2007). "Vícios públicos, virtudes privadas? Os portugueses e a ética na vida
pública”, international conference on “Corruption and Ethics in Democracy: Portuguese
Social Representations in a Comparative Perspective”, ISCTE, Lisbon, June 2007.
Jalali, C. (2007). "As Regras Mudam? Instituições Políticas em Contextos Multiculturais".
Communication to the “Diversity and National Identity within the EU: Multicultural
challenges” international seminar, IPRI-UNL, Lisbon, March 2007.
Jalali, C. (2007). "No meio está a virtude? As preferências e posições de eleitores e
partidos nas legislativas de 2005". Communication to the “Os contextos do voto em
Portugal: perspectivas sobre as eleições legislativas e presidenciais” international
conference, ICS-UL, Lisbon, March 2007.
Jalali, C. (2006). "A europeização do executivo nacional". IPRI Summer School. Óbidos,
June 2006.
Jalali, C. (2006). "A governação e as políticas públicas". Conference in the Innovation and
Development Policies MSc of the University of Aveiro, May 2006.
Jalali, C. (2005). “Nova Governação, Nova Cidadania? Os Cidadãos e a Política no Século
XXI”. Communication to the VI Jornadas da Escola Superior de Gestão do Instituto
Politécnico do Cavado e do Ave, Barcelos, Portugal, 12 November 2005.
Jalali, C. (2005), "Citizens and Politics: From Representation and Trust to Fear and
Disaffection?". Plennary communication to the Annual Conference of the Sektion
Analytische Gruppenpsychotherapie im DAGG, Düsseldorf, Germany, May 2005.
Jalali, C. (2005), "As atitudes dos portugueses face à construção da União Europeia".
Communication at the Europe Day Seminar, Escola Sec. Dr. João Carlos Celestino Gomes,
Ílhavo, Portugal, May 2005.
Jalali, C. (2004), "O papel dos partidos políticos na qualidade da democracia portuguesa:
os desafios para os próximos 30 anos". Communication at the Colóquio de Encerramento
das Comemorações Oficiais dos 30 Anos do 25 de Abril, Alfândega do Porto, Portugal, 16
December 2004.
Jalali, C. (2004), "Comportamento Eleitoral dos Portugueses - Apresentação do Projecto".
Communication to the National Science and Technology Meeting 2004, Aveiro, Portugal,
October 2004.
Jalali, C. (2004), " Politics, the Individual and the Group". Plennary Conference to the III
European Conference of Psychoanalytic Group Psychotherapy, Lisbon, Portugal, 10 October
2004.
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Jalali, C., (2003). “O sistema judicial e a consolidação da economia de mercado”.
Communication to the IV Encontro da Associação de Economistas de Cabo Verde, Finance
Ministry, Praia, Cape Verde, June 2003.
Jalali, C., (2002). “A Evolução do Sistema de Partidos em Portugal e a Democracia na
Europa”. Communication to the IV Jornadas para o Desenvolvimento Económico e
Empresarial of the Escola Superior de Tecnologias de Fafe do Instituto de Estudos
Superiores de Fafe, Portugal, May 2002.
Outras comunicações orais / Other oral communications
Jalali, C. and M. C. Lobo (2007). "Party Activism in a Third Wave Democracy: A portrait of
Portuguese Socialist Party Delegates ". European Consortium for Political Research Joint
Sessions, Helsinki, Finland. May 2007.
Jalali, C. (2006). "Things that Change, and What this Change Means: the impact for SemiPresidentialism of Portuguese Dissolution of Parliament of 2004". International Political
Science Association, XX World Congress, Fukuoka, Japan. July 2006.
Jalali, C. (2006). "If you see a fork in the road, take it? Parties, public opinion and reform
in Portugal". Portuguese Studies Workshop, University of Oxford. June 2006.
Jalali, C. (2006). “A Europa como Razão ou como Desculpa? A Europeização das
Instituições Políticas Nacionais”. “The Economic Integration of Portugal in the EU:
institutional, regulatory and monetary dimensions”. Aveiro, 19 May 2006.
Jalali, C. (2006). "If you see a fork in the road, take it? Parties, public opinion and reform
in Portugal". International Conference State, Civil Society and Public Administration in
Portugal. University of Aveiro, 22 April 2006.
Jalali, C. (2006). "As coisas que mudam, e o que significa essa mudança: As lições da
dissolução de 2004 para o estudo do semi-presidencialismo". Portuguese Political Science
Association, III Congresso. Lisbon, 30 March 2006.
Jalali, C. (2005). “O Estado, a Religião e a Sociedade”. "The Republic and Religions"
seminar, Portuguese Presidency of the Republic, Presidency Museum, Lisbon. 16 December
2005.
Jalali, C. (2005). “A Europa como Razão ou como Pretexto? A Europeização das Instituições
Políticas Nacionais”. “20 Years of European Integration of Portugal: Balance and
Perspectives” seminar. ICS-UL, Lisbon. 5 December 2005.
Jalali, C. (2005). “The Woes of being in Opposition – the PSD since 1995". Party change in
Southern Europe (1995-2005) Conference. University of Florence. September 2005.
Jalali, C. (2005). "Things that Change, and What this Change Means: The Lessons of the
Portuguese Dissolution of Parliament of 2004 for the Study of Semi-Presidentialism".
Portuguese Studies Workshop, University of Oxford. June 2005.
Jalali, C. (2005). "Old cleavages in new democracies: the consolidation of electoral
behaviour in Portugal since 1974". Paper presented to the "Comportamento eleitoral e
atitudes políticas: Portugal no contexto europeu" international conference. Instituto de
Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa. January 2005. [Paper available online at:
http://www.ics.ul.pt/agenda/comportamentoeleitoral/pdf/CarlosJalali.pdf]
Calvo, K., Jalali, C., Montero, J. R. & Martinez, A. (2005). "Religious voting in Portugal and
Spain: a comparative analysis". Paper presented to the "Comportamento eleitoral e
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atitudes políticas: Portugal no contexto europeu" international conference. Instituto de
Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa. January 2005. [Paper available online at:
http://www.ics.ul.pt/agenda/comportamentoeleitoral/pdf/CalvoJalaliMartinezeMontero.pdf]
Jalali, C. (2003). "Materialist and Post-Materialist Values in the 2002 Portuguese legislative
elections". Portuguese Studies Workshop, University of Oxford. May 2003.
Jalali, C. (2003). "Post-Materialism in the 2002 Portuguese legislative elections". Paper
presented to the "Portugal a Votos" international conference. Luso-American Foundation,
Lisbon. February 2003. [Paper available online at:
http://www.ics.ul.pt/ceapp/conferencias/portugalavotos/cjalali/2003pesepmvaluesvcj2.pdf)
Jalali, C. (2002). "The General Elections of 2002 and the Evolution of the Portuguese Party
System since 1974 – Some Reflections". Portuguese Studies Workshop, University of
Oxford. May 2002.
Jalali, C. (2002). "Researching Electoral Behaviour in Portugal: History and Prospects".
Paper presented to the International Fulbright Brainstorms Conference on "Elections and
Democracy". Luso-American Foundation, Lisbon, February 2002.
Jalali, C. (2001). "Asking the right question of the wrong people: representation versus
governability in electoral systems revisited". Paper presented to the ECPR 2001 General
Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Canterbury, University of
Kent. September 2001.
Jalali, C. (2001). "The Portuguese Electoral System and Electoral Reform: Governability
versus Representation Revisited". Portuguese Studies Workshop, University of Oxford. May
2001.
Jalali, C. (1999). "A evolução do sistema de partidos português desde 1974". Paper
presented to I Encontro de Ciência Política de Portugal. Fundação Gulbenkian, Lisbon.
December 1999.
Jalali, C. (1998). "The evolution of Portuguese Parties since 1974". Paper presented at the
European Consortium on Political Research (ECPR) Ph.D. Students Summer School.
Lüneburg, Germany. September 1998.
11. Organização de conferências and Seminars
11. Organisation of Conferences and Seminars
2008 onwards: Political Science Seminars, University of Aveiro
Series of regular seminars on research in political science, initiated in May 2008, and set to
continue during the 2008/2009 academic year. Seminars thus far organised:
May 2008: Pedro Magalhães, “Cultura Política na Europa do Sul: em busca de
‘excepcionalismo’”
June 2008: Luís de Sousa, “Capital Social e Corrupção”
April 2008: Paul Hollander, “Anti-americanism before and after 9/11”, University of Aveiro
November 2007: International seminar on “Governação, fragilidade dos Estados e o papel
da cooperação para o desenvolvimento”, University of Aveiro, in partnership with ACEP and
University of Coimbra
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April 2006: International conference on “The State, Civil Society and Public Administration
in Portugal: towards a new paradigm of public service, of the role of the State and of public
policies”, University of Aveiro (more information at: www.csjp.ua.pt/conf2006).
Conference funded by FCT and Gulbenkian Foundation.
February-July 2004: Lunch seminars, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, University of Lisbon
12. Línguas
12. Language
Língua
Leitura
Escrita
Conversação
Language
Reading
Writing
Conversation
Portuguese
C2 Proficient User
C2 Proficient User
C2 Proficient User
English
C2 Proficient User
C2 Proficient User
C2 Proficient User
French
C1 Proficient User
B2 Independent User
B2 Independent User
C1 Proficient User
B2 Independent User
B2 Independent User
Italian
B2 Independent User
None
A2 Basic User
German
A2 Basic User
A2 Basic User
A2 Basic User
Persian (Farsi)
A2 Basic User
A2 Basic User
B2 Independent User
Cape Verdean
B1 Independent User
A2 Basic User
A2 Basic User
Spanish
(Castilian)
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