Mónica Lopes

Contacts
monica@ces.uc.pt

Biography

Mónica Lopes is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) and member of the Research Groups on Social Policies, Labor and Inequalities (POSTRADE). She holds a PhD degree in Sociology from Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra. Her current research interests include gender relations, gender policies, social policies, (impact) evaluation and third sector. She has participated in several research/evaluation projects related to gender equality, corporative social responsibility, and civil society organizations. Most recently, she was a member of the research team of the project "Local Gender Equality", funded by the EEA GRANTS, which provided methodologies and tools for the gender equality mainstreaming of policies, processes, and practices at the local level, and was co-coordinator of the impact evaluation study of a pilot project to promote the desegregation of career choices within secondary school students. Currently, she is the principal investigator of the H2020 project "SUPERA - Supporting the Promotion of Equality in Research and Academia" and part of the research team of the DECIDE - Disability and self-determination: the challenge of Independent living in Portugal.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Moura e Sá, Patrícia; Frade, Catarina; Jesus, Fernanda; Lopes, Mónica; Maneca Lima, Teresa; Raposo, Vitor (2020), "Collaborative design in public services: a wicked problem-reframing case", The TQM Journal, Ahead of Print

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Book Chapter

Lopes, Mónica (2019), Fundamentos da avaliação: contributos para o debate político-metodológico sobre avaliação e medição do desempenho/impacto nas organizações da economia social, in VVAA (org.), Economia Social ─ olhares cruzados. Coimbra: Almedina, 153-182

Article in Scientific journal

Mendes, Pedro; Leandro, Cristina; Lopes, Mónica (2017), "Práticas intergeracionais e interdisciplinares na Educação. Um exemplo prático no Ensino Básico", Revista Portuguesa de Pedagogia, 1, 51, 63-82