Publications

The academic and professional work of the Institute's researchers addresses the main urban and territorial problems of the country and the region. Through the research centers, they deepen the dialogue and dissemination of knowledge through the formation of interdisciplinary work teams. The three lines of study that guide the work of our academic programs are constantly updated due to the work that our academic body.
Non-metropolitan cities in Latin American urban studies: between ‘trickle-down urban theory’ and ‘singularisation theory’.
Vergara, L. & Salazar, G. (en prensa). Non-metropolitan cities in Latin American urban studies: between ‘trickle-down urban theory’ and ‘singularisation theory’. International Development Planning Review
The space-time compression of indigenous toponymy: The case of Mapuche toponymy in chilean Norpatagonia.
Salazar, G. & Riquelme, W. (en prensa) The space time compresion of indigenous toponymy: The case of Mapuche toponymy in chilean Norpatagonia. Geographical Review.

Urban Wetland trends in three Latin American Cities during the latest decades (2002): Concón (Chile), Barranquilla (Colombia) and Lima (Perú).

Rojas, C., Aldana-Domingue, J., Munizaga, J., Moschella, P., Martínez, C., & Stamm, C. (2020). 
Urban Wetland trends in three Latin American Cities during the latest decades (2002): Concón (Chile), Barranquilla (Colombia) and Lima (Perú). Wetlands Science & Practice, 37(4): 283 – 293.
Contribución a la economía política de la vivienda en Chile
Vergara, J, F. Aguirre, C., Encinas, F., Truffello, R  & Ladrón de Guevara (2020) Contribución a la economía política de la vivienda en Chile. Santiago: RIL Editores.