Programme

PROGRAMME CONGRESS ASEPELT 2019

 

VIGO, from June 19 to 23, 2019

Wednesday, June 19

HOUR ACTIVITY WHERE
12:00 – 13:30

CONFERENCE:

 

“The financial sector in the face of climate change. Challenges and opportunities”

 

Manuel Gómez Gutiérrez – Torrenova

 

President and CEO of Avangreen. Counselor and advisor to several public and private institutions regarding sustainability, energy and climate change. Investor and entrepreneur with +15 years of experience in the engineering and energy sector, playing leading and responsible positions internationally. Specialist in M & A and Private Equity with great experience in the development of international business.

 

Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences
15:30 – 19:30

PLS seminar using R

 

Utilities for applications in structural equations

 

Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences

Thursday, June 20

HOUR ACTIVITY
09:00 – 09:30 Registration and delivery of material
09:30 – 10:30 Opening of the congress
10:30 – 12:00 Parallel sessions (1)
12:00 – 12:30 Coffee break
12:30 – 14:00 Parallel sessions (2)
16:00 – 17:30 Parallel sessions (3)
17:30 – 18:00 Coffee break
18:00 – 19:30 Session Klein (Conference in charge of Carlos Botana Lagarón y Juan José García del Hoyo)
20:00
Reception by the Town Hall of VIGO in the Pazo de Castrelos

Friday, June 21

HOUR ACTIVITY
09:00 – 10:30 Parallel sessions (4)
10:30 – 12:00 Parallel sessions (5)
12:00 – 12:30 Coffee break
12:30 – 14:00 Parallel sessions (6)
15:30 – 17:00 Parallel sessions (7)
17:00 – 18:30 Session Leontieff (Conference in charge of Antón Costas Comesaña)
18:30 – 19:00 Coffee break
19:00 – 20:00 Members Assembly Asepelt
21.00 Gala dinner

Saturday, June 22

Excursion to Baixo Miño, cellar and Castro Celta

 

The Baixo Miño harmoniously fuses three completely different landscapes: the coastline, the river and the mountain. Enjoy an afternoon excursion through the area that starts with a visit to a winery and wine tasting to then tour the cinathia of Santa trega, one of the most important examples of Roman-military culture of the Northwest Peninsular. The exit will end with a visit to the top of Mount Santa Tegra, a natural viewpoint with spectacular views to the estuary of the river Miño, Portugal, the valley of O Rosal and the Atlantic Ocean.

 

Hour: in the afternoon (derparture time to be confirmed)
Price: 25€

 

(optional)

Sunday, June 23

Excursion to Cíes Islands

 

The Cies Islands are one of the greatest natural attractions of Vigo, an incredible place that is part of the Illas Atlánticas National Park and one of the most beautiful places in the country. With a paradisiacal crystal-clear beach, considered the best in the world by “The Guardian”, the Cíes also offer a natural environment that becomes a unique wildlife observatory.

The excursion includes the boat trip and a guided tour for those who want to get to know the island better, as well as the picnic lunch.

 

Hour: all day (complete program to be confirmed)
Price: 35€

 

(optional)

You can download the LISTING of the parallel sessions in the following button:

INVITED CONFERENCES

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Antón Costas Comesaña

Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Barcelona

“A new social contract for the 21st century”

FRIDAY 21
17.00 h
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Antón Costas Comesaña

Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Barcelona

“A new social contract for the 21st century”

FRIDAY 21
17.00 h
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Carlos Botana Lagarón

Port of Vigo

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Juan José García del Hoyo

University of Huelva

“Blue Growth: opportunities, sustainability and competitiveness. An application in the port of Vigo”

THURDAY 20
18.00 h

THEMATIC AXES

  • E1

    • International Economics

    • Macroeconomic Situation, Economic Policies, Economic Prospective, Foreign Trade, Foreign Investment, Migration and Labour, Economic Integration…)

  • E2

    • National, Regional and Local Economy

    • (Regional and Territorial Analysis, Economic Policies…)

  • E3

    • Public Sector Economics. Administration and Governance

    • (Public Economy, Public Administration, Governance Models, Democracy, Voting Systems…)

  • E4

    • Sectorial Economy and Services

    • (sectors: agriculture, services, industrial, transport, commerce, finance, mining – energy, construction, solidarity, communications…)

  • E5

    • Environmental Economics and Non-Marine Natural Resources

    • Ecological Economics, Forestry, Water and Renewable Energies, Climate Change…)

  • E6

    • Social Economy, Cooperation and Development

    • (Non-Governmental Organizations, Non-Profit Entities, Cooperation, Promotion…)

  • E7

    • Economy and Business

    • (Monetary and Financial Economy, Innovation, Diversification, Competitiveness…)

  • E8

    • Information and Knowledge Economy

    • (Information and Communications Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Learning, Social Networks, Communications Security…)

  • E9

    • Quantitative Economy. Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business

    • (Mathematical, Statistical and Econometric Methods. Big Data and Analytics, Heuristic Methods…)

  • E10

    • Economy Blue

    • (Economy of the Sea and maritime activities such as Fishing, Aquaculture, Port Management, Ecosystem Services)

de octubre

- Búsqueda de herbicidas con nuevos modos de acción
- Control químico y resistencia a herbicidas

de octubre

- Manejo integrado
- Estrategias eco-innovadoras

de octubre

- Diversidad, estabilidad, y servicios ecosistémicos
- Biología y manejo de especies invasoras