Maria de Lourdes Bravo

Maria de Lourdes Bravo


Executive, PhD in Economics and Master in International Development and Cooperation from the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão (ISEG) – Universidade de Lisboa (UL). Graduated in Economics from the Faculty of Economics at the Agostinho Neto University.

As part of a post-doctoral program, she was a researcher at the Business School of Cardiff University, UK, integrated in the Logistics Systems Dynamics Group. In this framework, the scientific research focused on the area of Logistics and ‘Supply Chain Management’ associated with biofuels, particularly the upstream of biofuels. On this subject, he has presented papers in International Conferences and published in specialized scientific journals.

Since 2001, he is Professor and responsible for the disciplines of Economics, Operations Management, Microeconomics, Global Logistics and Transport Economics in Higher Education, at the Undergraduate, Master and PhD levels. He has participated in several studies and projects on Logistics Activities Zones and, as a speaker, in several International Conferences on Macro Logistics and the importance of (goods) Transport in the Economy. He has developed works on the Maritime Transport of Containerized Cargo in Europe and Angola. His research areas are Logistics, Supply Chains Management, and Organization and Management of Maritime and Intermodal Transport.

She is currently the President of the Order of Economists of Angola.