June 26th

10:00 –10:30

  • Reception

10:30 – 11:00

  • Opening session

11:00 – 12:30

  • Doctoral Consortium I & II

12:30 – 14:00

  • Lunch

14:00 – 15:30

  • Doctoral Consortium III & IV

15:30 – 16:00

  • Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30

  • Doctoral Consortium V & VI

17:30 – 18:00

  • Closing session

June 27th

09:30 – 10:00

  • Welcome and Opening Cerimony
  • Prof. Dr. João Rocha, P.Porto President
  • Prof. Dr. Dorabela Gamboa, ESTG|P.Porto President
  • Prof. Dr. Aldina Correia; CIICESI Deputy Director
  • Prof. Dr. Vitor Braga & Prof. Dr. Marisa Ferreira, Regional Helix’19 chairs

10:00 – 11:00

11:00 – 11:30

  • Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00

Chair: Carla Marques

3Eunice Santos, Cristina Fernandes and João Ferreira. The moderating effects of economic development on innovation and shadow entrepreneurship: grey or pink?
6Raysa Rocha, Vanessa Oliveira and Ricardo Rodrigues. Doing Business: indicators correlation and countries income
10Rúben Rocha, Aldina Correia and Vítor Braga. Entrepreneurship: The Preponderance of External Constraints
36Joana Costa and Mariana Pita. On the Geography of Female Entrepreneurship and its connection to the Triple Helix

Chair: Alexandra Braga

13Sarah Mahfoudi and Lhacen Belhcen. How Frugal Innovation Can Contribute to Terroir Product Development? The Case of Cosmetic Oils From Morocco
16Roberta Panizio, Santa Margarida Santos, Luís Calado, Octávio Alves and Paulo Brito. A comparative study between operability of fluidized bed and fixed bed reactors to produce synthesis gas through Miscanthus gasification
56Kateryna Savosh and Alcina Nunes. Worldwide Innovation: Panel data analysis on the impact of the GEM’s business environmental factors

Chair: Amélia Carvalho

17Jorge Cunha, Paul Benneworth, Floor Stolk, Lalith Welamedage and Madalena Araújo. Social entrepreneurship as a way to upscale social innovation practices
37Joana Costa and Aurora Teixeira. Open innovation dynamics – portraying the University-firm connection in a regional base
4Francisco Adro and Cristina Fernandes. Social Innovation: a systematic literature review

13:00 – 14:00

  • Lunch

14:00 – 15:30

Chair: Aldina Correia

7Raysa Rocha and Cristina Fernandes. Absorptive Capacity and Organizational Innovation
15Marlene Rodrigues, Bruno Sousa and José Baptista da Costa. The improvement of the Supply Chain Channel based on Digital Transformation: an exploratory study in the sustainable industry 4.0
28Yordanka Ivanova and Kiril Todorov. Toward a Dynamic Model of International Performance of Family SMEs: Determinants and Measures

Chair: Livia Madureira

50Joana Bica, Jorge Julião and Marcelo Gaspar. Contributions towards the adoption of Circular Economy in the Hospitality Industry: Consumer Awareness and Preferences
45Paula Odete Fernandes, Alcina Nunes, Cláudia Miranda Veloso, Eleonora Santos, Fernanda A. Ferreira and Manuel José Fonseca Fonseca. Spatial and temporal concentration of tourism demand in Northern Portugal: regional policy recommendations to promote tourism competition and portfolio diversity
9Sérgio J. Teixeira, João J. Ferreira and Sancha Campanella. The Importance of Innovation in the Competitiveness of Tourism Businesses

Chair: Ana Borges

46Sérgio Gomes, Miguel González-Loureiro and Vitor Braga. Quality Certification of the RDI Management Systems and Performance: the role of time since certification
65Hugo Vilela. Why is social innovation emerging as a new framework for rural development? A literature review
53Francisca Silva, Marcelo Gaspar and Jorge Julião. Impact of Industry´s 4.0 Technologies in the Portuguese Footwear Industry 

15:30 – 16:00

  • Coffee break

16:30 – 18:00

Chair: Luis Farinha

33Joana Lopes, Amélia Carvalho and Alexandra Braga. Innovation Practices of Municipalities as a Contribution to Transparency and Decision-Making
59Anderson Galvão, Carla Mascarenhas, Carla Marques, Vitor Braga and Marisa Ferreira. The creation of an entrepreneurial ecosystem in a rural territory
35Ana Dias Daniel and João Almeida. Promotion of academic entrepreneurship: the role of Junior Enterprises and Entrepreneurship Education
69Daniela Olo, Leonida Correia and Conceição Rego. HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLY AND THE LABOUR MARKET: CROSSINGS OR PARALLEL PATHS?

Chair: Eliana Silva

61Rosa Silveira, Fátima Sampaio, João Leal and Eliana Costa E Silva. Location optimization of solid urban waste transfer stations
62José B. Rebelo, M. Filomena Teodoro, Joana Jerónimo and Lampreia Suzana P.. MODELING THE WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NRP SHIPS
55Raquel Francisco, Maria João Ferreira, Mónica Mendes and Eliana Costa E Silva. Mathematical Modelling of Outsourcing in Shoe Industry
30Maria De Fátima Pilar, Eliana Costa E Silva and Ana Borges. Scheduling Automobile Repair Interventions on a Portuguese Company
21Fátima De Almeida, Aldina Correia and Nuno Carvalho. Extrusion Process Monitoring in an Aluminium Industry

Chair: Fabio Duarte

8Marta Silva, Luís Pereira Gomes and Isabel Cristina Lopes. Determinants of the Capital Structure of Portuguese Companies
25Cátia Gonçalves, Rui Silva and Alexandra Braga. Activity-Based Costing – A Systematic Literature Review
49Nathalia Suchek, Paula Odete Fernandes and Thiago Cavalcante Nascimento. GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS INDEX VS GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP INDEX: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AT THE INTERNATIONAL SCALE
60Sofia Almeida, Eliana Costa E Silva, Fátima De Almeida and Aldina Correia. Operational Planning of Aluminium Profiles Production with Setup Times
27Ana Carvalho, Eliana Silva and Rui Silva. Activity Based Costing and Product-Mix Problem: A preliminar study

June 28th

09:30 – 10:00

Chair: Ana Borges

19Ewa Kopczynska and Joao Ferreira. The bilateral relation between university – industry communication and government – does development level matter?
57Kostiantyn Zbyshko, Paula Odete Fernandes and Nataliya Vavdiyuk. FORMATION OF THE COMMODITY ASSORTMENT OF THE COMPANY BASED ON ITS OPTIMALITY AND EFFICIENCY
58Vanessa Marques, Carla Marques and Vitor Braga. Technological Transfer among Quadruple Helix actors in the context of its RIS3 strategy
67Lívia Madureira, Fabíola Polita, Tiago Mucha and Carla S. Marques. Reshaping AKIS to support agro-ecological transitions in agricultural landscapes: The case of Alto Douro Valley winescape 

Chair: Alexandra Braga

26André Coelho and Rui Silva. Family Firms Management and Performance: Systematic Literature Review
31Fábio Duarte, Ana Isabel Borges and Fernando Rui Coelho. Agency Costs, Capital Structure and Portuguese SMEs’ Financial Performance
47Telma Mendes, Carina Silva and Vitor Braga. Family firms and speed of internationalization: The mediating role of innovation activities
63Marco Machado, Ana Borges and Fábio Duarte. Ownership Structure and Financial Distress: an empirical survival analysis of Portuguese SMEs

Chair: Amélia Carvalho

22Ines Veiga Pereira and Aurora Garcia Gonzalez. A categorization of non-volunteers’ motives
34José Rodrigues. The Strategic Management of Nonprofits Organizations (NPO)
44Augusta Pereira, Manuel José Fonseca and Paula Odete Fernandes. “COME IN, WHO IS IT?” THE PREDISPOSITION OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY FOR THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
48Noelia Salido-Andres, Marta Rey-Garcia, Luis Ignacio Alvarez-Gonzalez and Rodolfo Vazquez-Casielles. Factors inherent to the design of DCF campaigns via digital platforms determining their success

11:00 – 11:30

  • Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00

Chair: João Ferreira

11José Maria Gomes, Bruno Sousa and Teresa Dieguez. Encouraging internationalization and sustainable competitiveness in construction: a preliminary approach in Portugal
18Florbela Dantas, Rui Silva and Ana Borges. The Internationalization of Football: A bibliometric analysis
23Rui Martins. INTERNATIONALIZATION STRATEGIES FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES
38Carina Silva, Miguel González-Loureiro and Vitor Braga. The influence of organizational ambidexterity on the speed of internationalization: empirical evidence from Portuguese SMEs 

Chair: Luis Farinha

52Beatriz Casais, Andreia Teixeira and Cristina Fernandes. Corporate social responsibility disclosure through retail brand labels and consumers’ perception of sustainable positioning
24Paula Marques dos Santos. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL ECONOMY ORGANIZATIONS – A METHOD PROPOSAL TO ANALYZE ITS IMPACT
43Gilberto Perez, Denise Curi, Claudia Franceschi, Adilson Caldeira and Yeda Camargo. Sustainable Innovations as Way to Achieve Social Inclusion

Chair: Miguel Loureiro

29Ubyrajara Dal Bello, Octávio Sacramento and Carla Marques. COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: POSSIBLE DELIMITATIONS AND COMPLEMENTARITIES
51Giovane Gurgel and Jorge Cunha. Triple Helix micro-foundation: A case study in Portuguese technology business incubators
54Olena Shcherbik, Paula Odete Fernandes and Nelia Herasymiak. RESEARCH OF MARKETING POTENTIAL OF UKRAINIAN STARTUP PROJECT

13:00 – 14:00

  • Lunch

14:00 – 15:30

  • Roundtable Clusters and Regional development
    • “Regional Helix Challenges: The Role of Clusters on the Academia-Industry Interactions”
      • Pedro Rocha | PRODUTECH
      • Ana Barros | Inesc.Tec – iMan Norte Hub
      • Frederico Ferreira | Forum Oceano
      • Deolinda Silva | PortugalFoods

16:00 – 16:45

  • Bus to Amarante

16:45 – 20:00

  • Free time

20:00 – 23:00

  • Social Dinner