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Idalina Maria Dias Sardinha

Personal Data Name: Idalina Maria Dias Sardinha
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Academic Degrees She graduated as a geologist at the University of Lisbon, has an MSc on Environmental Engineering from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, and a PhD on Sustainability Management of Organizations from the University of Amsterdam, Holland.
Current Professional Activity Since 2009 she is a Researcher on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development at SOCIUS - Researcher Centre in Economic and Organizational Sociology, based in ISEG -School of Economics and Business Management), at the University of Lisbon. Since 2006 she is Professor invited on IDEFE postgraduated courses. From 2005 to 2009 she was Professor at Business School (ISG) on CSR and Business Ethics on the MSc Management. Prior to that she had a career as an environmental consultant in Portugal and some African countries (Niger and Mozambique).
Domains of Research Her current research interests include issues related with local sustainable development and cultural tourism, stakeholder involvement, consumer-relationship sustainability, and other corporate social responsibility matters.
Relevant Publications Dias Sardinha, I., Reijnders, L., Antunes, P. 2007. Developing sustainability balanced scorecards for environmental services: A study of three large Portuguese companies. Environmental Quality Management, Summer, 13-34.

Dias Sardinha, I., Reijnders, L. 2005. Evaluating environmental and social performance of large Portuguese companies: a balanced scorecard approach. Business Strategy and the Environment 14, 73-91.

Dias Sardinha, I., Reijnders, L., Antunes, P. 2002. From environmental performance evaluation to eco-efficiency and sustainability balanced scorecards: a study of companies operating in Portugal. Environmental Quality Management, Winter, 51-64.

Craveiro, D., Sardinha, I.D., Milheiras, S. 2013. Industrial heritage tourism as the trigger for local development of a post-mining area in the southeast of Portugal: perception of the locals and the visitors, in Fertile Links? Connections between tourism activities, socioeconomic contexts and local development in European rural areas, ed. Elisabete Figueiredo and Antonio Raschi, Firenze University Press, 71-92.

Dias-Sardinha, I., Primdahl, J., Craveiro, D., Kristensen, L. 2012. Participatory processes for strategic spatial planning on two rural regions: the case of São Domingos Mine, Alentejo, Portugal and the case of Lihme, Jutland, Denmark. The political ecology of depopulation: Inequality, Landscape, and People, ed. Angel Paniagua, Raymond Bryant and Thanasis Kizos. Spain: Rolde Foundation, CeDDaR, 151-173.
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