Economics
Project
December 13, 2020

Economic 1st respondents

In the context of the Role To Play initiative, Nova SBE set up a response team to help small and medium enterprises in Cascais Municipality. Partnering with Deloitte and DNA Cascais, Economic 1st Responders targeted the survival of the ecosystem by reflecting on the necessary adjustments to a new environment and the future.

This project integrated bachelor’s, master’s, and MBA students, as well as Alumni, faculty, and staff. More than 50students volunteered on a weekly basis. Together with partners and working in an online environment, teams monitored the permanently changing environment and updated the ecosystem.

While working for this project, students are beneficiaries themselves, shaping a better management environment as they enter the job market.

We have a role to play!

 

Please find below all teams’ outputs:

João Loureiro

Alumni | Teaching Assistant | Consultant at Nova School of Business and Economics | Head of Sustainability at Nova University of Lisbon | Co-founder of WACT

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8. Decent work and economic growth
Economics
Project
SDG
10
16

Refugees, in search of a better life

Do you hear about the struggles people go through to search for a better future?

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Economics
Research insight
SDG
1
10
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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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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