Joan ALEMANY LLOVERA
Approche: Port-city relationships are not only a town-planning subject but also economic, environmental, social and cultural subjects.
PhD in Economy. Consultant specialised in Urban Planning and Port Economy. He is author, co-author and editor of several books and articles on organisation, planning and transformation of ports. He is at present co-director of the online magazine Portus. He has been Professor in Universitat de Barcelona.
He has performed studies on port planning for Latin America (Buenos Aires, Rosario, Santos, Porto Alegre, Cartagena de Indias, Acajutla (San Salvador) and Valparaíso) and Spain (Barcelona, Tarragona, Vigo, El Ferrol, Puertos de Baleares, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and other ports). He has worked and performed studies and reports on economy and organization of ports for different Spanish Public Institutions (ministries, regional governments, port authorities), Latin-American Organisations (city councils and ports) and International Organisations (Inter-American Development Bank, Corporación Andina de Fomento).
At present, he is performing studies and projects on port development; port-city economic relationships; organisation, management and financing of port restructuring; industrial archaeology and port heritage.
Port revitalisation, port-city relationships, port heritage, port management, Latin- American port-cities