SANTIsantieizaguirre@ub.edu

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Santiago Eizaguirre Anglada holds a PhD in Sociology (2012) and since 2013 is an assistant professor at the Deparment of Sociology of the University of Barcelona. His main area of research focuses on urban sociology, paying special attention to social innovation, local development and democratic governance. He is specially interested in the interplay between public policies and citizenship practices overcoming social exclusion dynamics. His activities as a researcher include analysis and policy recommendations on local development, educating cities, social and solidarity-based economies, co-production of public policies, and innovation in local democracy. Since 2008 he combines academic work with public consultancy. Between other related subjects his teaching activities include introduction to sociology, sociology of education and economic geography, in different university degrees and learning environments. 

Latest publications

-Eizaguirre, S., & Parés, M. (forthcomming) “Nou Barris Nord: community resistance in a highly vulnerable context” a Parés, M.; Ospina, S.; Subirats, J. (Eds.). Social Innovation and Democratic Leadership. Communities and Social Change from Below. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

-Eizaguirre, S., & Parés, M. (forthcomming) “Sants: seeking autonomous self-management from below” a Parés, M.; Ospina, S.; Subirats, J. (Eds.). Social Innovation and Democratic Leadership. Communities and Social Change from Below. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

-Eizaguirre, S. (2016) Una comparativa d’iniciatives d’innovació social a Barcelona i Bilbao. La participació associativa en la governança dels drets de ciutadania. Revista Catalana de Sociologia, núm. 31-1, p. 19-33. https://goo.gl/TmWhP8

-Eizaguirre, S. (2016) De la innovación social a la economía solidaria. Claves prácticas para el desarrollo de políticas públicas. CIRIEC-España. Revista de Economia Pública, Social y Cooperativa, 88, 201-230. Google Schoolar: Índice h5: 12; Mediana h5: 14. https://goo.gl/oz1vQj

-Eizaguirre, S. (2016) “Entidades socialmente creativas en un contexto de gobernanza multinivel. Una comparativa del fomento de la economía solidaria en Barcelona y Bilbao” Papers, Revista de Sociologia, 101/1, 31-49  https://goo.gl/MeAxw3

-García, M., Eizaguirre, S., Pradel, M. (2015) “Social innovation and creativity in cities: A socially inclusive governance approach in two peripheral spaces of Barcelona” City, culture and society, Volume 6, Issue 4, December 2015, Pages 93-100.  http://goo.gl/8gOloR

-Pradel, Marc, Marisol García, and Santiago Eizaguirre. (2013) ‘Theorizing Multi-level Governance in Social Innovation Dynamics.’ in In F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood & A. Hamdouch (Eds.) The International Handbook On Social Innovation. Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

-Eizaguirre, S., Pradel, M., Martínez, X., Terrones, A. i Garcia, M., (2012) Multilevel governance and social cohesion: bringing back conflict and citizhenship practices. Urban Studies, 49 (9), pp. 1999-2016.  Impact Factor:1.330 | Ranking: Urban Studies 13 out of 38 | Environmental Studies 48 out of 98. Source: 2013 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2014)

-Eizaguirre, S., Pradel, M., Martínez, X., Terrones, A. i Garcia, M., (2009) Focused Research Agenda on cities and Social Cohesion (FRA)’ Social Polis (CSA). Comisión Europea. Newcastle University, KU Leuven. http://goo.gl/EUSCIj

Research projects

(2016-2019) SOLIDEMOCITED El paper de les iniciatives d’innovació social en el desenvolupament de la governança democràtica, l’economia solidària i els entorns urbans educadors. Anàlisi de casos a Barcelona i Montreal. Programa de formació en docència i recerca postdoctoral impulsat per la Universitat de Barcelona amb la col·laboració de l’Obra Social de la Fundació Bancària “La Caixa”.

(2015-2016) SOCRISIS (Social innovation against the crisis: How leadership practices and civic capacity improve Neighbhoruhood Development). EU – FP7 People. IP: Marc Parés. (IGOP-MarieCurie IOF )

(2015-2016) INNOSOGO Innovación social y gobernanza: retos para ciudades en transformación. Programa Investigación y desarrollo Ministerio de Economía y Empresa (Gobierno de España) IP: Marisol Garcia (UB)

(2007-2009) SOCIAL POLIS. Social platform on cities and social cohesion VI Framework Programe European Union. IP: Frank Moulaert – KU Leuven

(2006-2009) KATARSIS. Growing Inequality and Social Innovation: Alternative Knowledge and Practice in Overcoming Social Exclusion in Europe VI Framework Programe European Union. IP: Frank Moulaert – KU Leuven