Editorial from
Sérgio Guerreiro, Isabel Morgado dos Santos and Maria Pacheco
December 21, 2023
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure

9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

Zona de Impacto: From post-covid recovery to tha lack of human resources, what changed in tourism?

This episode touches on the 'motor' of the Portuguese economy, tourism. This economic activity went through 'gloomy' days during the pandemic and lost many human resources. NovaSBE's professor Sérgio Guerreiro and the students Isabel Morgado dos Santos and Maria Pacheco analyzed the topic in a conversation with Expresso.

You can listen to the sixth episode of Expresso & NovaSBE's podcast "Zona de Impacto" here. It is in portuguese.

Sérgio Guerreiro, Isabel Morgado dos Santos and Maria Pacheco

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Public Procurement

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.

“In a country where only 20% of the poor have a job, it is a priority to improve working conditions, which does not only involve raising wages.”

Ricardo Zózimo in an interview with Rádio Renascença talked about the priorities that should be included in the next State Budget, in the light of what the Pope proposes.

Trust, complementarity, and commitment

In a few years, all companies that survive will be more innovative, more agile, more focused on their purpose, more sustainable. In a word, it will be a new organizational culture for the future.

Reforming local governance: fiscal federalism and political accountability

In her PhD thesis, Ana Catarina Alvarez explores three reforms implemented in Portugal to obtain causal inference about the manifold impacts of the rules that shape local government behavior.


BOLD Leadership: Nova SBE's Innovative Program for Future Leaders

In an era defined by rapid change and global challenges, the question of what it takes to be an outstanding leader in the 21st century becomes increasingly crucial. Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) has stepped up to address this query with its groundbreaking initiative: BOLD – Be an Outstanding Leader. This senior manager training program not only equips participants with essential skills but also aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG 16), emphasizing the role of leadership in creating positive societal impact.

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