Elsa Fontainha is a PhD in Economics. Coordinated at ISEG Lisbon School of Economics & Management, University of Lisbon, Portugal, the H2020 Project Promoting Gender Balance and Inclusion in Research, Innovation and Training (PLOTINA), Feb.2016-Jan.2020, G.A. n. 666008. Member of the H2020 Project DiSSCo Distributed System of Scientific Collections (1 Feb2020- 31Jan2023) G.A. n. 871043. Team member and consultant on international, multi-institutional and interdisciplinary projects. Board Member of Society of Economics of the Household (SEHO). Member of the Research in Social Sciences and Management Center (CSG - ISEG) and CESA (Center for African and Development Studies). Received a Distinguished Visiting Scholarships Scheme (2013) from the Information School of University of Sheffield (UK) and the Canadian Studies Faculty Research Award. Spent a sabbatical leave at St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada. Coordinator in projects funded by European Union, International Council of Canadian Studies and British Council. Expert in Statistics Portugal and Portuguese Ministry of Education projects. Current research focus on scientific production by gender with results published in Scientometrics (2018) and Journal of Informetrics (2017). She has also articles in Journal of Information Science (2019), Scientific Annals of Economics and Business (2019) Journal of the Economics of Ageing (2017 and 2019), Technological and Economic Development of Economy (2017), Information Research (2015), Procedia Technology (2015) Library High Tech (2011), Review of Economics of the Household (2010), and eLearning Papers (2007). Member of the Board of Editors and author in Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, 10 vols, Springer (2014 1st edition; forthcoming 2nd edition.). Last publication: Albuquerque, P.C., Fontainha, E. (2023). Social Exclusion in Later Life, Evidence from the European Social Survey. Chapter 11 In: Burnay, N., Ogg, J., Krekula, C., Vendramin, P. (eds) Older Workers and Labour Market Exclusion Processes. Life Course Research and Social Policies, vol 14. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-11272-0_11. Member of the Scientific and Pedagogical Coordination of the Master in Economics and Public Policy in ISEG. Teaches and coordinates: Project Evaluation and Externalities (post graduate course Sustainable Energy Systems Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Portugal Program); Economics of Education (Master level); Project Appraisal; and Household Economics and Finance.
*ResearcherID Web of Science http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-3047-2008
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Horizon 2020 Projects:
*DiSSCo Distributed System of Scientific Collections (1 Feb2020- 31Jan2023) Grant Agreement n. 871043 https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/871043
* PLOTINA Promoting Gender Balance and Inclusion in Research, Innovation and Training (Coordinator in ISEG)(1 Feb2016- 31 Jan2020) Grant Agreement n. 666008 https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/666008