Teresa Sequeira has a degree in Economics (University of Porto) and concluded, in 2006, a PhD also in Economics (University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro – UTAD). Her professional career began in 1987 at the SONAE group, where she was a senior manager, namely at the sub-holding SONAE Real Estate and Tourism. She was also a member of the Board of SPIDOURO, SA, where she promoted several structuring projects of Regional Development and private projects in the field of tourism. Teresa Sequeira is a professor at UTAD since 1992, having published several scientific papers. Her research area is focused on the issues of Regional and Sustainable Development, Investment, European Union and Social Cohesion. Currently, she is structuring the project National Road 2 Observatory, involving a network of higher education institutions, municipalities and private agents.

– Dionísio, A., Rego, M. C., & Sequeira, T. (2022). Quality of life in portuguese municipalities: a multidimensional approach. Economy of Regions: Accepted for publication.

– Sequeira, T., & Diniz, F. (2022). Entrepreneurship, culture and social economy in the sustainability of a mountain territory. Revista Brasileira de Gestão e Desenvolvimento Regional, 18 (2), 70-83.

– Sequeira, T., & Diniz, F. (2020). Portuguese Public Higher Education Institutions Investment in Low Density Regions – Case study. Economy of Region – Scientific Economic Journal, 16 (3), 820-830.

– Santos, K., Gonçalves, H., Sequeira, T., & Diniz, F. (2019). Development and Solidarity Economy Strategies in Brazil: Case Studies. Regional Science Inquiry, XI (2), 153-265.

– Almeida, Z., Scheuneman, I., Sequeira, T., & Diniz, F. (2018). Challenges of a Sustained and Sustainable Development: a study-case. Regional Science Inquiry, IX (2), 243-250.