What Legacy do We Want to Leave for the Next Generations?
Nova SBE Economics for Policy Knowledge Center focuses on Intergenerational Justice to nurture reflection about the consequences of decisions taken by current generations and their impacts on future generations.
The project started in 2018, and it will run until 2022. It wants to involve civil society and political actors in a wide-ranging public debate about the impact of today’s decisions on future generations’ well-being. To this end, they are collecting relevant data and present proposals in terms of institutional architecture and political decision-making processes, helping to ensure a fair distribution of resources and opportunities among the different generations.
This project is part of the Sustainability Programme promoted by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, which researches sustainability across three dimensions – economic, social, and environmental.
To find out more about the programme, click here.
Nova SBE Economics for Policy Knowledge Center
Economics for Policy at Nova School of Business and Economics is a knowledge center dedicated to applying fundamental tools from economics to relevant issues in business and public policy. The center will bring together scientific coherence and real world experience to analyze key challenges facing private and public sector organizations.Website
Are Muslim immigrants really different? Experimental Evidence from Lebanon and Australia
Under the theme of Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA@Nova SBE seminar series hosts a variety of international speakers. This seminar invited Maleke Fourati, University of Geneva.Learn more
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.Learn more
Nova SBE Economics for Policy Knowledge Center explores the current situation of cross-border activity in public procurement in the European Union (EU), updating and expanding previous efforts in assessing participation in cross-border public procurement, with a view to the period 2016-2019.Learn more