Blanco Fillola, Ismael Iván

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Ismael Blanco is a Lecturer (Professor Agregat) at the Department of Political Science and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) of the UAB. He holds a degree in political science and public administration and a PhD in political science from the UAB. He has been a Beatriu de Pinós postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Public Policy of the De Montfort University (UK), and a visiting research fellow at the DMU, the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and the Fundaçao Joao Pinheiro (Brazil).

His main fields of research are urban policy, urban governance, public participation, social innovation and neighbourhood regeneration. His current lines of research are: 1) the dynamics of urban segregation and social innovation in the context of the economic crisis; 2) the impacts of neoliberal austerity on the governance of cities; 3) the role of neighbourhood regeneration policies and the particular contribution of basic income initiatives in the transformation of disadvantaged urban areas.

 

Selected publications:  

 

Davies, J. and Blanco, I. (2017) “Austerity Urbanism: Patterns of Neoliberalisation and Resistance in Six Cities of Spain and the UK”.  Environment and Planning A.  44(11): 2687–2704
Cruz, H., Martínez, R., Blanco, I. (2017) “Crisis, urban segregation and social innovation in Catalonia”. Partecipazione e Conflitto, 10(1): 221-245.
Blanco, I. and León, M. (2016) “Social innovation, reciprocity and contentious politics: facing the socio-urban crisis in Ciutat Meridiana, Barcelona”. Urban Studies, 54(9): 2172–2188
Blanco, I., Cruz, H., Martínez, R., Parés, M. (2016) “El papel de la innovación social frente a la crisis”. Ciudad  y  Territorio.  Estudios  Territoriales, Vol. XLVIII, nº 186: 249-260. 2016. 
Blanco, I. ,Gomà, R. (2016). El Municipalisme del Bé Comú. Barcelona:Icària.
Blanco, I. (2015). “Between democratic network governance and neoliberalism: a regime-theoretical analysis of collaboration in Barcelona”. Cities: the International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 44, 123-130. 2015.
Blanco, I. (2015). “Yes you can. The 'Who', the 'What', the 'Why' and the 'How' of Innovation in American Government”. Public Administration Review, 75(3), 500-503. 
Griggs, S., Sullivan, H., Blanco, I. (Guest Eds.) (2014). Special Issue: Explaining local governance 'transformation' through neoliberalisme. Urban Studies vol.51 Num.15. Sage.
Blanco, I. (2013) “Analysing urban governance networks: bringing regime theory back in”, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 31: 276-291.
Blanco, I., Bonet, J., Walliser, A. (2013) “Urban governance and regeneration policies in historic city centres: Madrid and Barcelona”, in Benach, N. and Walliser, A. (eds.) Urban Challenges in Spain and Portugal. London: Routledge. 
Blanco, I., Fleury, S., Subirats, J. (guest editors) (2012) “Políticas públicas, periferias urbanas y participación ciudadana”, Special issue in Gestión y Política Pública
Blanco, I. (2009) “Urban Regeneration Policies in Barcelona: periods, territories and agents” en Diamond, J., Liddle, J., Southern, A. Osei, Ph. (eds.) Urban Regeneration Management: International Perspectives. Londres: Routledge.
Blanco, I., Lowndes, V. y Pratchett, L (2011) “Policy networks and network governance: towards greater conceptual clarity”, Political Studies Review, 9(3): 297-308.  
Blanco, I. (2009) “Does a ‘Barcelona Model’ really exist? Periods, territories and actors in the process of urban transformation”, Local Government Studies, 35(3):  335-349. 
Blanco, I. y Subirats, J. (2008) “Social exclusion, area effects and metropolitan governance. A comparative analysis of five large Spanish cities", Urban Research and Practice, 1 (2): 130-148.  
Font, J. y Blanco, I. (2007) “Procedural legitimacy and political trust: the case of citizen juries in Spain”, European Journal of Political Research, 46: 113-145.

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