PROGRAMME

Final Programme

Thursday, 10 July 2014
Time
Session
Venue
18:30 – 19:00
Registration
Building M
19:00 – 19:30
Open & Welcome
Chair Prof. Doutor Diamantino Durão
Chair Prof. Doutor Rui Silva
Chair Prof. Doutora Paula Rodrigues
Vice-Chanceler Prof. Doutor António José Moreira
M3
20:00 – late
Gala Dinner
 
Friday, 11 July 2014
 
Time
Event
Venue
09:30 – 10:30
Registration
Building M
10:30 – 11:30
Economics, Innovation and Sustainability – Keynote – Isabel Cantista “Fashion Innovation and Sustainability”
Room M3
11:30 – 11:45
Coffee Break
Building M
11:45 – 12:45
ParallelSession 1 – Sustainable Operations
Stream Leader – Rui Silva
167 – Heuristics in Inventory Control – Operational Empirical Evidende – José Assis Lopes and José Loução de Matos
175 – Emergy Evaluation of an Open Cycle Gas Cogeneration Power Plant – Carlos Oliveira, José Gomes and Cecília Martins
176 – Emergy Evaluation of the Education Process in a Portuguese Secondary School – Roberto Fonseca, Carlos Oliveira and Cecília Martins
177 – Intensification of Cattle Rearing in Montado System. What is too much? An Emergetic Perspective – Ana Margarida Fonseca and C. Marques
179 – Analysis of the Research on Reverse Logistic (2004-2014) – Mélodine Gonçalves and Ângela Silva
ParallelSession 2 – Corporate Social Responsibility
Stream Leader – Cristina de Abreu
163 – Corporate Social Responsibility and Economic Value Creation: A Business Case Approach – António Queiróz Menezes
165 – A Generic Eco-Innovation Model to Improve Building Sustainability – Wen-der Yu, Yu-Hao Chang and Te-Guang Liu
166 – Antecedents of green purchasing behaviour among Portuguese consumers – Paulo Ribeiro Cardoso and Maria van Schoor
183 – Corporate Social Responsibility Activities and its Impacts in Consumer Behaviours’ Decision-Making: the context of economic recession – Ana Pinto Borges and Paula Rodrigues
Room M1
 
 
 

 

 

 


 

 
Room M2
 
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch
Garden
14:30 – 15:30
Economics, Innovation and Sustainability – – Keynote – Professor Isabel Soares “SME, Energy Efficiency and Sustainability”
Room M3
15:30 – 16:30
ParallelSession 3 – Economics of Sustainability
Stream Leader – Ana Borges
162 – Policy Interaction and Resource Substitution – Susana Silva
181 – The Sustainability of Democracy in Developed Countries – an Institutional Economics Approach – Cristina de Abreu
186 – Influence of solar and wind energy generation on households and industrial electricity retail prices – Gyanendra Singh Sisodia and Isabel Soares
187 – Manufacturing skill-biased wage inequality, natural resources and institutions – Nuno Torres, Óscar Afonso and Isabel Soares
ParallelSession 4 – Business and Management Sustainability
Stream Leader – Isabel Cantista
164 – Some Possibilities for Construction of Linguistic Variables for Sustainable Development Decision-Making – Damir Rajkovic and Damir Rumenjak
168 – One size doesn’t fit all! The drivers of institutional change in transitional economies that lead to development of entrepreneurial university: case study Bosnia and Herzegovina – Nina Brankovic
172 – Ten Commandments for Sustainable Development – Economic aspect – Andrejs Dreimanis
Room M1
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 
Room M2
 
16:30 – 17:00
Coffee Break
Building M
17:00 – 18:00
ParallelSession 5 – Business and Management Sustainability
Stream Leader – Paula Rodrigues
178 – Business Sustainability and the development of capabilities: Evidence from overseas subsidiaries – Isabel Antunes, Francisco Vitorino Martins and Hortênsia Barandas
180 – Consumer Behaviour, Attitudes and Satisfaction regarding Vending Machines and Services – Telma Fernandes, Ângela Silva and Raquel Reis
184 – Definition and a Conceptual Model for Organizational Schizophrenia – Elizabeth Real Oliveira and Pedro Ferreira
185 – The Battle over the Brand HR and Marketing Perspectives on Employer Branding – Pedro Ferreira and Elizabeth Real Oliveira
188 – Rationalization, Normalization and Optimization through Integrated Management System – A Case Study – Manuel Rebelo
Room M1