Funded Projects


The socioeconomic profile of the residents of the Municipality of Pavlos Melas and its spatial structure
Funded by the Municipality of Pavlos Melas, Thessaloniki, Greece


Solidarity between generations: communication and assistance between elderly parents and their adult children
The study is funded by the Research Committee of Harokopio University of Athens


Spatial inequalities of income, development and poverty in Greece
This study is funded by the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and provides empirical evidence for significant inequality in the socioeconomic development and poverty of the population at the municipality level in Greece.
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Demographic and population data processing and projections for Attica 2020
Funded by the Organisation of Planning and Environmental Protection of Athens, this project aimed to provide projected population data (by age and gender) at municipality level in the Attica Region in order to support decision makers in the planning.


INCA – Linking civil protection and planning by agreement on objectives
This study is funded by the European Union and refers to the natural hazard management in Greece, Germany and Italy.

ESPON ReRisk – Regions at Risk of Energy Poverty
This EU funded project focuses on opportunities to support competitive and clean energy supplies for regions in Europe and to generate and strengthen sustainable energy sources. It delivers future-oriented territorial evidence on the impact of rising energy prices on the competitiveness of European regions as well as on cohesion in Europe in a long-term perspective.
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Contemporary Greek Cultural Landscapes: An Aerial Atlas
This study is funded by the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation. The research methodology relies heavily on 5 interconnected steps: a selection of an initial number of cases ; the construction of different groups of broad categories of landscapes; the use of low oblique aerial photo documentation as a means to provide with a visual representation of frequently bypassed aspects of landscapes; a multi-disciplinary engagement of a number of contributors coming from diverse backgrounds who deal with the interpretative analysis of cases; and finally the management and completion of an open-accessed website.

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