José António Filipe (Editor)
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Business Research Unit (BRU-IUL) and Information Sciences, Technologies and Architecture Research Center (ISTAR-IUL), Lisboa, Portugal.
José António Candeias Bonito Filipe is Assistant Professor with Aggregation at ISCTE-IUL. He is Member of BRU-IUL and ISTAR-IUL Research Centers. He has a PhD in Quantitative Methods by ISCTE-IUL. He is Subdirector of the Department of Mathematics, ISTA, ISCTE-IUL. His research interests include Mathematics; Statistics; Stochastic Processes - Queues and Applied Probabilities; Game Theory; Applications to Economics, Management, Finance and Social Problems; Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Tourism, others. He has published more than 250 papers in Scientific Journals and Conference Proceedings, more than 20 book chapters and 7 books. He has presented more than 80 communications in International Scientific Conferences. He has been leadership awarded by a United States Organization. Moreover, 18 scientific papers awarded, other awarded and distinguished academic achievements. He cooperates with many International Journals, Publishing Houses and Conferences, being Editorial Board Member, Reviewer, Final Evaluator, Judge, Track Chair, Chair of Sessions, Discussant of papers, Invited Speaker, etc. He is member of more than 20 International Organizations, Mentor and Patron of some of them and Country Head for Portugal of an International Academic Organization. He is examiner of PhD Theses in Portugal and abroad as well as participant in PhD Theses Intercalary Evaluation Panels, examiner of Master Theses and President of Board of some of them. He is the supervisor of PhD Theses and Master Theses of students from Portugal and abroad. He cooperates in International Projects and has some scientific partnerships with Scientists and Universities around the world. He is invited Professor in Universities abroad (Spain, Greece, Slovakia, Estonia).
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