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This line of research focuses on the intersection of two lines of action that are essential for local development with equity.
The first one is the management of public, non-governmental organizations and voluntary civic associations that, in different ways, participate in the different networks of local action that make up the complex field of public action in the social sphere. These networks occur in the areas of social assistance, health, education, culture and other areas of local social development.
The second one comes from the recognition that territory and territoriality are not reduced to a simple jurisdictional geography, requiring different approaches, sometimes quite distinct from each other. Different from a jurisdictional perspective that suggests that actions are planned from general instruments, from the perspective of territoriality, the path is to start from the specificity of places.
The line of research in urban public policies focuses on the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies on housing, transport, urbanism, environment, security, among others predominantly local. Mobilizing quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis will enable students to use empirical evidence at all stages of policy.
As urban policy takes place in the territory, special attention is given to spatial methods. It also provides theoretical foundations on the topics in such a way that the student can formulate relevant questions for the problem to be addressed. Understanding that public policy cannot ignore electoral politics, the line seeks to understand how urban policies affect and are affected by local politics (policy x politics).
The student will be able to work in high-level municipal public projects, either as a consultant, as a public servant or in organizations of the non-state public sphere. You will also have knowledge to work in the areas of transport, housing or urban planning in international institutions such as the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, among others. Finally, as the line focuses on urban innovation, it is useful for entrepreneurs interested in investing with social impact.
R$ 75.435,00 or 30 monthly installments of R$ 2.514,90
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FGV EAESP Facilities
The FGV 9 de Julho Auditorium can accommodate 315 people, with six spaces for wheelchair users. It hosts around 80 events per year. It has a changing room, central air conditioning, a stage, a simultaneous interpretation booth and an entrance hall with facilities for coffee breaks for up to 160 guests. Open from 6 am to 10 pm, Monday to Friday, and 6 am to 6 pm on Saturdays.
Smaller events are held in the FGV 9 de Julho Room, which can accommodate 88 audience members, plus a head table for up to six people. Fully accessible, it has a changing room, central air conditioning and an entrance hall that can be used for coffee breaks for up to 50 people on foot. Open from 6 am to 10 pm, Monday to Friday, and 6 am to 6 pm on Saturdays.
The Karl A. Boedecker Library (BKAB) is part of the FGV Library System. Its archives span the areas of administration, economics, business, law and social sciences, including books, e-books, magazines, dissertations, theses and DVDs. The library’s users can also access databases containing journal articles, and economic, financial and legal information. It has individual and group study rooms and consultation terminals. On the library’s website, you can access the full list of services, available resources and opening hours.
FGV EAESP’s classrooms feature multimedia equipment, internet access and comfortable furniture to make learning dynamic and pleasant. There are also sponsored classrooms, which use equipment and resources paid for by partner companies in exchange for their logos being displayed to students and employees.
This sophisticated space for events holds up to 150 seated people and it has three head tables for up to seven people each. The infrastructure includes a staff break room and elevator for physically impaired people. The Noble Room functions from 6 am to 11 pm, Monday to Friday, and 6 am to 6 pm on Saturdays.
An innovative space created to host academic activities, CoLab is based on a modern and distinct learning model involving collaborative and action-oriented methodologies. Its principles are empathy, a focus on human beings and sharing of responsibilities.
The sports court is a meeting point for students and it also hosts sports events such as indoor soccer and basketball championships. The court is administered by Atlética, an FGV EAESP student organization.
Espaço NEON is FGV’s entrepreneurship area, which brings together FGVcenn (Center for Entrepreneurship and New Businesses), GVentures (FGV’s business accelerator), or GVAngels (FGV’s Angel Investors) and the League of Entrepreneurship (Student Entity in entrepreneurship). There, FGV’s entrepreneurship ecosystem works collaboratively, stimulating innovation and new businesses.
Located at the school’s main entrance on Rua Itapeva, this large space fosters interaction between students and employees.
The Computer Teaching and Research Laboratories (LEPI) are formed by a set of facilities equipped with state-of-the-art microinformatics resources, with access to the local network, the school's academic systems and the internet, and are available to students for research purposes, works and studies. The Laboratories are also used in hands-on classes, simulation exercises, games, group works, web-based testing, EAD content, and other applications where the computer network plays a relevant role in learning. Click here for additional informations.
Descrição geral das instalações
Based on Avenida 9 de Julho, in the neighborhood of Bela Vista in Sao Paulo, FGV EAESP is composed of a main 12-floor building, the Karl A. Boedecker Library building, and the Getulio Vargas Auditorium, as well as a multisport court and two annex buildings, located at Rua Itapeva, 432. The classrooms, videoconferencing rooms, IT laboratories and integrated systems, all sponsored, are located in FGV Sao Paulo’s different buildings.
The School’s main administrative office, academic departments, most of its administrative departments, the Noble Hall and the Getulio Vargas Academic Office also occupy the main office, as do the professors’ social space, the outpatient medical center, two restaurants and two snack bars. The annex buildings house some administrative departments and student groups such as Aiesec, the Junior Companies group, the Athletics Association and the Employees’ Association.