Joana Resende

Joana Resende is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics of U.Porto and, since 2018, Pro-Rector for Strategic Planning, Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Transfer at the same University. She is the current coordinator of U.Porto Innovation (the TTO at U.Porto) and a member of the Board of Directors of the U.Porto Science and Technology Park (UPTEC).

She holds a PhD in Economics and Management Science from Université Catholique de Louvain (joint degree with U.Porto). Her main research interests lie at the intersection between industrial economics and management, namely in the areas of business strategy and innovation, digital platforms and network effects, market segmentation, price and product targeting strategies allowed by new generation digital technologies. She has taken part in multiple national and international scientific projects and her work has been published in numerous journals, including Rand Journal of Economics, Marketing Science, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Economic Theory or Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.

Aiming at reinforcing individual and professional development in future Higher Education graduates, Joana Resende is the Academic Leader of EUGLOH’s Work Package 4. She is also responsible for Work Package 4 – Innovation and Academia-Business Cooperation of EUGLOHRIA – EUGLOH Transformation through Joint Research and Innovation.

14h00 - 15h30

28 abril Evento

My future job – EUGLOH as a bridge between graduates and employers

Webinar in English and suitable for EUGLOH partners

 

This webinar, promoted by the EUGLOH Alliance, aims to stimulate the debate on the role of the EUGLOH* in bridging academia and the labour market. Companies, students and academics will discuss the transversal skills needed for the jobs of the future – in a global labour market, in constant change and in the context of the post-pandemic scenario. Invited speakers will also focus on the importance of promoting flexible learning pathways and lifelong learning, in international, interdisciplinary and collaborative settings.

The EUGLOH Alliance – European University for Global Health is a pilot initiative funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme. It is composed by 5 European Universities: University of Porto, Lund University (Sweden), Ludwig- Maximilians-Universität München (Germany), University of Szeged (Hungary) and Université Paris-Saclay (France). Its main objective is to stimulate the quality of European Higher Education, Research and Innovation, aiming at becoming a reference international campus in the field of Global Health. Find out more about the EUGLOH Alliance at: https://www.eugloh.eu/.