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School of Economics and Management, University of MinhoCarlos Lima

PhD student in Administration Sciences

Carlos Miguel Lourenço de Lima holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science since July 2020 and a Master’s degree in Management and Public Policies since March 2023 from the Institute of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Lisbon. Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Administration Sciences at the School of Economics and Management at the University of Minho. In September of this year, he began teaching at ISCSP – UL as an Invited Assistant Professor, teaching a course in the 2nd year of the Bachelor’s program in Public Administration – History of Portuguese Public Administration.

He worked between October 2021 and March 2022 at the Association for the Promotion and Development of the Information Society (APDSI), where he served as a Secretariat Assistant. Subsequently, he joined the project team “Cantanhede Young People Summer 2023” from September 2022 to August 2023, which was the winner of the 1st Edition of the Participatory Youth Budget promoted by the Municipality of Cantanhede.

In the last year of his Bachelor’s degree, Carlos Lima interned at the Division of Public Relations and Protocol at the Assembly of the Republic, from January to March 2020, and he was a columnist for the “O Espectro” newspaper in Political Science from November 2017 to April 2018. Throughout his academic journey, he participated in various extracurricular activities and projects, especially in the realm of associations. He also acquired extracurricular training in public speaking by completing two courses with Speak and Lead – Public Speaking in September 2019 and Persuasion and Influence in October 2019.

Interest and Research Areas

Public Policy

Local governance

Administrative and financial decentralization
Publications

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