Hannia Gonzalez-Urango holds a PhD in Local Development (International Doctorate with Honours) from Universitat Politècnica de València (2020). She was awarded her Bachelor in Industrial Management (Universidad de Cartagena, Colombia) and a Master in Innovation Management (Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar, Colombia). Her research interests are in the field of applications of Discrete Multicriteria Decision Making techniques applied to social sciences, involving multiple criteria and actors. So far, her research has dealt with novel approaches to the study of the combination of Social Network Analysis SNA and Multicriteria Decision techniques MCDM with a special focus on social problems such as sustainability and the gender gap.
Her research is interdisciplinary and crosses the boundaries between engineering, management and social sciences. In the medium and long run, her research aims to delve into the factors affecting decision processes and the engagement of stakeholders, combining quantitative and qualitative research methods. This mixed approach can be particularly relevant in interdisciplinary research fields.
Closing the gender gap at academic conferences: A tool for monitoring and assessing academic events
Corona-Sobrino Carmen, García-Melón Mónica, Poveda-Bautista Rocío, González-Urango Hannia, 2020. In: Plos One.
Stakeholder engagement to evaluate tourist development plans with a sustainable approach
Hannia Gonzalez‐Urango; Mónica García‐Melón, 2018. In: Sustainable Development.
A Multicriteria Model to Evaluate Strategic Plans for the Nautical and Naval Industry in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
Gonzalez-Urango, Hannia; García-Melón, Mónica, 2017. In: Sustainability.
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Mónica García-Melón, Hannia González-Urango
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