Célsio Mota das Neves Quaresma, PhD in Economics, Master in Financial Economics and Economic Policies and Bachelor of Accounting and Finance. Currently is working in developing a Model for implementing the Hydrogen Economy in Africa and its impact to the General Economic Equilibrium for STP economy. Work as economist at the National Petroleum Agency of São Tomé and Príncipe. Professor of Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Economics, Public Finance, Business Finance, General / Analytical Accounting at University of Public University. Internal auditor at the Nigeria-STP Joint Zone Authority in Abuja from 2014-2016; Senior Technician in the Direction of the Budget; Performed the duties of Higher Technician in the General Inspection of Finances. Published the book "Financial Development and Economic Growth in Africa" 2018. Conducted several economic research studies: General equilibrium computed for STP taking into account the 2010 tax reform; Consequences of oil price fluctuations in São Tomé and Príncipe's public finances; Financial Development and Economic Growth in Africa; Evaluation of the knowledge on the Financial Management by the managers of the public companies in Ciego de Ávila (Cuba). Published some articles on Electric Energy and Poverty; Endogenous Development first and then Economic and Monetary Integration; Political-economic cycles in São Tomé and Príncipe; and the Next scenario for São Tomé and Príncipe.
On the 29th and 30th April 2019, we held our first International 2 day HYENA conference. It was held in Cabo Verde in collaboration with University Cape Verde. The first day had a conference dinner and travel to the island of Santiago and the second day we had a meeting at the university facilities. The … Read more
O Poeta Lounge & Food. A great meal out with a perfect view. Just what we needed the night before the conference.
April 18th 2019 We ran a conference in the Civic Centre to celebrate the work carried out by the Rutherford fellows and the Network. Huge thank you to all the speakers. Elaine Forde Luci Attala Karen Morrow Mark Penny Charlie Dunnill Stephanus Du Preez Celsio Quaresma
Leicester University hosted 50 Rutherford Fellows representing 15 countries from various host Universities across the UK. The event, ‘Interdisciplinary Futures: Enhancing research and impact through collaboration’, welcomed representatives from UUKi and the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission to the event. We had a good day at the conference and a nice meal in the evening.