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Environment
Interview
SDG
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Introducing the Nova Sustainable Way of Life: exclusive interview with Thomas Morgensten

Thomas Morgenstern, Vice president for Governmental Affairs Europe & Central Asia of TOMRA group, tell us about their ambition to be among the leaders of the resource revolution, which aims to replace the present system based on consumption and waste instead of the recovery of resources. Hear all about the reverse vending and smart solutions for a better tomorrow!

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Leadership & People
Opinion Article
SDG
4

The effects of overconfidence in job market signaling — an experimental approach

Education can work as a signal that workers send to employers to indicate their productivity. Since a worker’s productivity can only be observed after the employer has already hired him, they must rely on signs to predict which salary will be the most appropriate for a worker.

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Health
Opinion Article
SDG
3
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India: the biggest lockdown in the world

The COVID 19 pandemic stopped the world. Most of the globe entered in quarantine to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, some with great success, others not so much. Now, we witness the consequences of the pandemic in one of the most populated countries in the world: India.

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Economics
Opinion Article
SDG
8

Corona, an Economic Virus

As it is noticeable, we have just entered a downturn cycle in the economy. The uncertainty on the markets, the general panic, sudden decrease in consumption,production, and investment are primary presages of dark economic times, and it is up to all of us to prepare for the upcoming storm. The next months won’t be easy, and irreversible economic losses have already contributed to an impending feasible collapse in the global economy.

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Health
Opinion Article
SDG
3
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The vaccines, a science anthem and a pandemic of hope

Full Professor (Adjunct) Pedro Oliveira, founder of the award winning Patient Innovation, writes in Eco about how Covid-19 vaccine research and development process is an anthem to science, public investment and cross-collaboration.

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Leadership & People
Research insight
SDG
16

Economy of Francesco (EoF)

The Economy of Francesco (EoF) is a global gathering of economists, researchers in economic models and change makers designed to present the world with distinct ways of thinking about the foundations and impact of current economic models

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Health
Research insight
SDG
3
16

License to Kill? The Impact of Hospital Strikes

Eduardo Costa, PhD Candidate in Economics at Nova SBE, conducted a research on the impact oh hospital strikes.

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Leadership & People
Opinion Article
SDG
8
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Technologies open doors to new professions

Miguel Pina e Cunha spoke to Notícias Magazine (Diário de Notícias) about how technologies open doors to new professions

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Health
Opinion Article
SDG
3

Is the Health Budget to hire 4.200 professionals enough?

Eduardo Costa, PhD Candidate in Economics at Nova SBE, analyzed for Público whether the 100 million euros of the Health budget to hire 4200 professionals will be enough.

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Education
Interview
SDG
4
8

The effects of economic crisis on young people

Ana Balcão Reis, scientific director of Nova SBE Economics for Education Knowledge Center, was in Fronteiras XXI program (RTP/Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos) to express her views on the young people born in the 1980s, who were caught by two economic crisis.

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Africa & Development
Interview
SDG
16

The economic and social situation of Cabo Delgado

Pedro Vicente, scientific director of Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center, spoke to RDP Africa about the economic and social situation of Cabo Delgado, in Mozambique.

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Economics
Interview
SDG
10

Refugees: In desperate need

Cátia Batista, scientific director of Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center, was invited by SIC Notícias to express her opinion on the irregular migration to Portugal.

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Education
Opinion Article
SDG
4

How to teach students to have a better impact

The dimensions of social and environmental impact are increasingly important in education, so that tomorrow's leaders do not fall into financial gain as the only focus.

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Economics
Opinion Article
SDG
8
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The private and the public

In the Dean's Corner, Daniel Traça discusses TAP's restructuring plan, by exploring the case study of Singapore.

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Environment
Opinion Article
SDG
10
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Climate inequality - The world’s poorest are the ones hit the hardest by climate change

Inequality isn't just about different access to income, health or education. The devastating effects of the growing global temperature also have spread inequality around the globe. And as always, the poor are the ones who lose the most. Discover how climate inequality took place in this week's article authored by Anastasiya and co-authored by Inês.

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
8

Productivity of Portuguese firms: are exporter firms more productive?

Nova SBE Economics Student Club analyse labour productivity and its determinants at the firm level.

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
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17

An analysis of inequality and poverty in Portugal

Income inequality in OECD countries has reached its highest values in the past 50 years. Portugal is amongst the most unequal and poorest European countries. Nova Economics Club developed a report on this.

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Marketing and Sales
Project
SDG
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Nova Marketing Student Club – NOMA!

The Nova Marketing Club, currently NOMA Marketing Consulting, was founded in 2015. What started as an internal club for students with a passion for Marketing, is today a professional consulting club focused on strategic marketing for companies in Portugal.

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Education
Project
SDG
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17

Nova Junior Consulting – Student Club!

Nova Junior Consulting is Nova SBE’s junior enterprise dedicated to providing strategic consulting services. Beyond training NJC students through real-life challenges with corporate organizations, this student club also engages with NGOs acting in the local community. Find out their projects!

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
3

Incentivizing Community Health Workers in Guinea-Bissau: Experimental Evidence on Social Status and Intrinsic Motivation

Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Teresa Molina Millán, Nova SBE.

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
16

Diffusion of Rival Information in the Field

Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Inês Vilela, Royal University of London (Alumna Nova SBE).

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
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8

From Learning to Doing: Diffusion of Agricultural Innovations in Guinea-Bissau

Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Rute Martins Caeiro, Nova SBE.

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
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10
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Political voice and pro-sociality: evidence from a lab-in-the-field experiment in Uganda

Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Ana Garcia, Nova SBE.

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
10

Why do People Migrate Irregularly? Evidence from a Lab in the Field Experiment in West Africa

Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Tijan L. Bah, Nova SBE.

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We all have a role to play. What is yours?

We know how much potential each member of our community has. From staff to researchers, from corporate to non-profit organizations. Whether you are producing relevant research, an idea that could be turned into an impactful project, or you're becoming an expert in a sustainability-related field. We want to help you discover your purpose and share it.

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Here,  you can choose to participate in ongoing initiatives or propose new ones to  the community. At the end of each academic year, you will get your Global  Commitment CV, with your measured contribution to the UN SDG. If  you do not have an @novasbe.pt email  and you would like to get access to this platform, please email us at roletoplay@novasbe.pt and we will  help you. 

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