Fábio Duarte

Principal Research Scientist and Lecturer of Transportation Policy and Planning


Research Interests:

Urban Technologies, Transportation and Planning, Social Construction of Technologies

Fábio Duarte is a urban planner, chief-consultant for the mobility plan in Curitiba, Brazil, and consultant in transportation and land use with the World Bank, Duarte is a principal research scientist at MIT Senseable City Lab and lecturer in DUSP. His most recent book is “Unplugging the city: the urban phenomenon and its sociotechnical controversies (Routledge, 2018).

Research Clusters:


Google Scholar:

Urban Planning, Design and Policy, Sustainability and Environment, Economics and Finance

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