During the XXV Luso-Spanish Seminar on Business Economics, held at the University of Beira Interior on 9 and 10 September, UTAD’s Centre for Transdisciplinary Development Studies (CETRAD) was highlighted with the participation of eight researchers, including four lecturers and four PhD students.

The event promoted the sharing of knowledge and debate on relevant topics in the field of economics and business management. Among the highlights, the article entitled “Entrepreneurial intention of higher education students: the role of anxiety caused by covid-19 moderated by entrepreneurship education, mental health and emotional intelligence”, developed by CETRAD researchers Carla Marques and Anderson Galvão, was awarded the prize for best research in Management and Business Education. This article stood out by receiving the Fundación Camilo Prado Award, a prestigious recognition in the field of Management and Business Education research, thus giving unrivalled merit to the work carried out by CETRAD researchers.

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