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Interview
December 14, 2020

Purpose takeover: Pedro Tânger

Pedro practiced law for three years, but his passion for martial arts took him another way: to use his strength to empowe rothers.

Laurinda Alves

Laurinda Alves

Head Professor of Communication, Leadership and Ethics at Nova SBE. Journalist, columnist in Observador newspaper, online. Curator and Manager of Dialogue Cafe, a United Nations/Civilizations Alliance - Cisco - Fundação Gulbenkian project till June 2014. She has been a volunteer in a palliative care unit and is co-founder of Academia do Johnson.

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Novafrica Students’ Group

The Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center Student Group is a bridge between the Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center and students of Nova SBE. The passion for Development Economics is their link.

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Culture, Language, and Colours: How culture affects the decision-making process?

Have you ever thought about why we perceive Germans to be precise people? Or why we consider the Chinese to be math geniuses? In a world where we tend to assume everyone thinks the same as we, members of the Western world, do, and ignore the potential effects of culture, you might be surprised as to just how powerful some of these small differences can be.

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Aging at work: The interplay of resources and self-regulation strategies across the work lifespan

The aging of the population is considered one of the most significant challenges facing Europe. For organizations, the main impact is on how to maintain this increasingly age-diverse workforce healthy, productive and engaged over time. In her PhD tesis, Filipa Marques investigates how workers better adapt to work during the process of aging.

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