New paper by Rodrigo Hernán Alves Rolo | The persistent reinvention of state-led planning policies in Argentina: exploring path dependencies and policy ruptures

Rodrigo H. Alves Rolo is a human geographer; he holds a master’s degree in rural development from the University of Buenos Aires, and is currently a PhD candidate at the Cultural Geography chair group at Wageningen University. His PhD project focuses on the path, inter and goal-dependencies shaping the formation of planning policies in Argentina at the beginning of the twenty-first century. He is also interested in the political dynamics of planning policy formations, democratic governance and the limits of consensus building in collaborative decision-making.