Start Date: 4:00pm, 13th October 2020
End Date: 5:30pm, 13th October 2020
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Developing a National Strategy and Making Strategy work.
The case of Ireland and the future for Portugal.
Tuesday Oct 13 at 4pm, Aoife Healy, Chair of the IPBN Board and Daniel Traça, Dean of Nova School of Business and Economics, discussed the role of Universities, Government and Private Enterprise collaboration.The event was filmed and broadcasted live on the IPBN Zoom account from the Nova University Campus in Carcavelos (Lisbon), inaugurated in September 2018.
Highlights of the conversation include the ethos that is making Nova SBE such a success, the discussion of the growth areas in the Portuguese economy and the future of collaboration with private enterprise. Well worth watching on the IPBN YouTube channel by clicking here.
For our Irish audience, it is worth noting that all programmes are taught in English and the college is rapidly moving up the global university rankings for a number of its Masters programmes. Contact the university directly for more information.
There were questions from the audience and the event served as a great foundation to work closely together with the Nova SBE in the future.
Nova School of Business & Economics is one of the leading business schools in Europe. An open community of knowledge, critical thinking. A place with space for people, dialogue, and opportunity.
Keynote Speaker Profile
Daniel Traça is Dean and Full Professor of Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE), in Lisbon. He is Visiting Professor at INSEAD, in France and Singapore and previously was Assistant Professor at INSEAD.
Daniel held the Marie et Alain Philippson Chair in Managing for Sustainable Human Development, at the Solvay Business School, in Brussels, where he was Vice-President and Director of the MBA Program.
He graduated from Nova School of Business and Economics and obtained his PhD from Columbia University, New York. He has worked as a consultant for the World Bank and the European Commission and published his scientific research in several leading international academic journals in the field of Globalization and Economic Development.Booking Closed