Frank Moulaert

Frank Moulaert is ''Professor of Spatial Planning'' at the Department of Architecture, Urban Design and Regional Planning at Catholic University of Leuven. He is Director of the Urban and Regional Planning Research Group and chairs the Leuven Space and Society Research Centre at the University. He is also a Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University.

Moulaert has initiated a number of research and development projects on social innovation in territorial development. He has extensively published on the subjects related to globalisation, Institutionalism, territorial innovation, social economy, social polarisation, social exclusion, integrated area development, regional development, European governance, and socioeconomic networking. Other areas of his interest include evolutionary theory and the ecology of nature parks. He is fluent in 6 European languages and have published a number of works in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish language.

Most of his recent works reflect a growing focus on urban development as well as the institutional dynamics of social innovation and social exclusion implying the need to include the cultural dynamics, artistic activities, and social economy organizations and associations into the social policy and planning arena. Provided by Wikipedia
Publicatie naar aanleiding van het vijftiende Vlaams Wetenschappelijk Economisch Congres 'Overheidsinterventies, effectiviteit en efficiëntie', Leuven, 8-9 mei 1981 ...

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By Martens, Albert, Moulaert, Frank
Date [1981]