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Books

José Maria Carvalho Ferreira (Org.)

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Articles

Carlos J. S. Lourenço (SOCIUS), Giuliana Isabella (Insper), Willem Verbeke (ESE), Khoi Vo (DIRT), Angelika Dimoka (Univ. Houston), Richard P. Bagozzi (Univ. Michigan)

How songs from growing up and viewers' attachment styles affect video ads' effectiveness

Psychology & Marketing

Miguel Baião dos Santos (SOCIUS), Edviges Coelho (Univ. Lusófona), Isabel Duarte (Univ. Lusófona), Maciej Chrzanowski (Rzeszow Univ. of Technology)

ASSESSING SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES IN HRM INDIVIDUAL ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Journal of Management Research and Practice

Daniel Roque Gomes (ICNOVA) & Maria João Santos (SOCIUS)

Designing an Interactionist Approach for Sustainable HRM: Might the Borders and Overlaps with Internal Communication Lead to a Common End?

Sustainability and Intelligent Management

Teresa Reis (CHRC), Inês Faria (SOCIUS), Helena Serra (CICS.NOVA) & Miguel Xavier (CHRC)

Barriers and facilitators to implementing a continuing medical education intervention in a primary health care setting

BMC Health Services Research

Taiane Quaresma Leite (UFOP), André Luis Silva (UFOP), Joaquim Ramos Silva (SOCIUS) & Sérgio Evangelista Silva (UFOP)

A Multilevel Analysis of the Interaction Between Science Parks and External Agents: a Study in Brazil and Portugal

Journal of the Knowledge Economy

Eunice Castro Seixas (SOCIUS)

Children’s Spaces

Conceitos-chave em Sociologia da Infância

Sandra Faustino, Inês Faria & Rafael Marques (SOCIUS)

The myths and legends of king Satoshi and the knights of blockchain

Journal of Cultural Economy

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CSG - RESEARCH IN SOCIAL SCIENCES & MANAGEMENT

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Call for Papers
Colóquio “Covid-19, Vírus das Desigualdades Sociais”
8, 9 e 10 November 2022 | Online
This Colloquium is a space for debate and discussion of narratives about the “side effects” of Covid-19, as elements of understanding and analysis of the pandemic, from the perspective of inequalities, which are the objects of study of this conference (1st part) and workshops (2nd part). The 1st part of this event focuses on the following themes: The global pandemic; The pandemic in Latin America; The pandemic in Africa.
Deadline for abstracts submission september 30: HERE
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Project
Financial Outsiders: The Political Economy of Marginal and Alternative Financial Trajectories
SOCIUS/CSG is the proponent institution of the new project approved by the FCT, "Financial Outsiders: The Political Economy of Marginal and Alternative Financial Trajectories", coordinated by the SOCIUS researcher, Daniel Seabra Lopes. ISCTE/ Centro de Estudos sobre a Mudança Socioeconómica e o Território is the participant institution of this project.
The project intends to study the relationships that subjects outside or on the margins of the mainstream financial and banking system maintain with money and finance. Given the social pervasiveness of this system, such margins are not easy to find. The cases to be explored are intentionally diverse, including recently arrived refugees, homeless people, incarcerated people and unbanked persons who have voluntarily exited (or tried to exit) the financial system.
This project starts in December 2022, and is expected to last 18 months.


Projeto
TAXINEQ - Inequality, individual behaviour, and policy reforms
SOCIUS/CSG is the participating institution in the new project approved by the FCT, TAXINEQ - “Inequality, individual behaviour, and policy reforms: evidence from linked income, wealth and consumption administrative tax records”. Coordinated by the researcher Susana Peralta (Univ. Nova), and coordinated by SOCIUS researcher, Amilcar Moreira, this project has the Faculty of Economics of Universidade Nova de Lisboa as proponent institution, and involves institutions from Belgium, France, Spain and Portugal.
The most important contribution of TAXINEQ, exploits these features of the data to provide the first high-frequency, robust, and unbiased study of the link between income and consumption. TAXINEQ takes advantage of rich and hitherto unexploited administrative tax data from Portugal. The path breaking nature of TAXINEQ is grounded on the following facts: (i) income, wealth, and consumption tax records have unique individual identifiers that allow us to merge the datasets; (ii) Consumption data is collected through a system of electronic invoicing through which consumption is reported to the Portuguese Tax Authority by retailers, thus avoiding the usual misreporting caveat that is common to self-reported retrospective survey data; (iii) consumption data is collected at a monthly frequency.
This project starts in january 2023, and is expected to last 36 months.


Project
Agorarisk

The international project Agorarisk is headquartered at ISEG at the University of Lisbon and involves several disciplinary areas with the aim of providing the crossing of knowledge and knowledge on topics such as water, soils, contamination and environmental and social transformations in Estarreja. It intends to understand the conditions of possibility of dialogue and joint work between different worlds and knowledge, in order to experiment and co-produce effective tools to reduce the gap between technical-scientific knowledge and knowledge of citizens.
In Portugal, the ULisboa team includes the researcher Sofia Bento (SOCIUS), among other researchers from Instituto Superior Técnico and Universidade de Coimbra. The international partner is the French institute INRAE (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment).
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Top Cited Article 2020-2021

Articles by Professor Amilcar Moreira (SOCIUS/ISEG-ULisboa) are among the most cited for the year 2020-21 in the journal Social Policy & Administration:
- COVID‐19, the Great Recession and social policy: Is this time different?
- In the eye of the storm…again! Social policy responses to COVID‐19 in Southern Europe

Article by Professor Mariya Gubareva (SOCIUS/ISEG-ULisboa) is among the most cited articles for the year 2020-21 in the International Journal of Finance & Economics:
- Emerging market debt and the COVID-19 pandemic: A time–frequency analysis of spreads and total returns dynamics




Livro Branco
The "Livro Branco - Equilíbrio entre Mulheres e Homens nos Órgãos de Gestão das Empresas e Planos para a Igualdade", presented at the final conference of the research project WoB - Women on Boards Portugal, is now available on the project's website.
View the event recording here.



SustInAfrica

Sustainable intensification of food production through resilient farming systems in West & North Africa

The objective of SustInAfrica is to empower small farmers and agricultural SMEs in West and North Africa to practice the sustainable intensification of agriculture in these regions. In Portugal, the ISEG research team is coordinated by Idalina Dias Sardinhas (SOCIUS).
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eGROUNDWATER
Improve Groundwater Management through Advanced Information Systems and Participatory Methods

The international project eGROUNDWATER aims to support sustainable and participatory groundwater management in the Mediterranean region. In Portugal, the ISEG team is led by Marta Varanda (SOCIUS).

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Women on Boards
WoBómetro
The research project Women on Boards released a new study that portrays the situation of women on boards. In Portugal, as in Europe, the women presence on the boards of the largest companies on the stock market has evolved positively, but very slowly.

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