PhD in Business Administration by the University of Edinburgh (UK), MSc in Finance by the University of Porto, Economics Faculty (FEP), degree in Management from FEP. Associate professor at FEP. Consultant in the Management Control area (in particular, cost systems design). Research interests: theoretical fundaments (analytical) of control management models (in particular, activity-based costing and balanced scorecard); information economy (namely, endogenous information structures). Publications in Economics Letters, Economics Bulletin and International Journal of Management Accounting Research (among others).
Sandie Costa executive MBA by EGP-UPBS / Advanced Program in Management and Leadership (UPC)/Post-graduate in Corporate Finance (ISCTE)/ Graduate in Economy (Economics Faculty of Porto)/ Senior manager for the PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory department / Responsible for Advisory Transactions department training / Intern Training / Has been involved in due diligence, evaluations, restructuring and financial analyses and deal advisory, supporting the companys purchases and sales / Vast international experience, aiding transactions in France, Italy, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Angola and India / Some of Sandie Costas advised clients are Amorim Group, Efacec, ColepCCL, Auto-Sueco, Renault, Euromedics, Jaba pharmaceutics, Laborat√≥rios Azevedos, Nova Cimangola, 3i, BPI Private Equity, Backbock and Brown, BESI, Tecneira, Enernova, Electrabel/ Suez and Sel√©nis Energia.
Sandra T. Silva is Assistant Professor at Faculty of Economics, Porto University (FEP) and researcher at CEFUP (Center in Economics and Finance). She holds a MA and a PhD, both in Economics, from FEP. She has published a pedagogic book on macroeconomics, some book chapters and articles related with evolutionary economics, innovation and economic growth, inequality and economic development, published in international journals such as Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Economic Surveys, The Journal of Development Studies, Economic Modelling, Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, etc.. Current research interests are on evolutionary economics, innovation, economic growth, poverty and inequality. She has been teaching several courses at FEP, for example, Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Economics, Master in Economics and Doctoral Programme in Economics), Development Economics (Master in Economics), Economic Growth (Undergraduate Economics), and Theories and Systems of Innovation (Master in Innovation Economics and Management).
Degree in Management (1994) from the Faculty of Economics of University of Porto (FEP). Master in Business Sciences (2001), majoring in Finance (FEP). PhD student in Business Sciences at FEP. Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Porto (since 1998). Executive member of the Board of Directors of the Hospital Centre of Vila Nova de Gaia (2003-2006). Banking technician (1994-1998) at BBI (currently part of Banco BPI).
MBA and Post-graduate degree from the Catholic University. Certified in Production and Inventory Management by the American Production and Inventory Control Society. Partner at Deloitte. Specialist in strategy and organizational transformation. Collaborates with major national and international companies in the sectors of consumer goods and energy.