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Autora do livro "Supply Chain Social Sustainability for Manufacturing" (destacado pela Springer Nature, em dezembro de 2020, como sendo uma das publicações que abordam um ou mais objetivos para o desenvolvimento sustentável (ODS) com maior número de downloads em 2020). Autora de várias publicações em revistas científicas internacionais, como International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Cleaner Production, Sustainability, Scientometrics e Informetrics. O artigo "Enhancing supply chain performance through supplier social sustainability: An emerging economy perspective", escrito em colaboração com Mani Venkatesh e Angappa Gunasekaran e publicado no International Journal of Production Economics, encontra-se destacado na base de dados Web of Science como um artigo "Highly Cited in Field". Diretora do Mestrado em Gestão Comercial da FEP.UPorto. Docente de cursos e unidades curriculares nas áreas de Gestão das operações, Gestão da cadeia logística, Investigação operacional, Análise multivariada de dados, Gestão da qualidade, Gestão e melhoria contínua (foco: Kaizen, Lean, Six Sigma e Lean Six Sigma), Responsabilidade Social e Relato de Sustentabilidade. Doutoramento e licenciatura em Eng. Eletrotécnica e de Computadores pela FEUP, em 2004 e 1996, respetivamente. Prémios Fundação Eng. António Almeida e Eng. Cristiano Spratley em 1997. MBA em Gestão, ramo de Estratégia Empresarial, pela Faculdade de Economia da Universidade de Coimbra, em 2007. Interesses de investigação: sustainable supply chain management/ operations, responsible consumption, e-consumers e e-commerce, Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure, Lean Six Sigma/ Continuous Improvement, Scientometrics.

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  • Name

    Catarina Delgado
  • Cluster

    Computer Science
  • Role

    External Research Collaborator
  • Since

    01st August 2013
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Publications

2021

Screening the most highly cited papers in longitudinal bibliometric studies and systematic literature reviews of a research field or journal: Widespread used metrics vs a percentile citation-based approach

Authors
Pech, G; Delgado, C;

Publication
Journal of Informetrics

Abstract
There is a literature gap regarding the period representativeness bias associated with sample selection in longitudinal bibliometric studies. The purpose of this paper is to analyse and compare, in terms of period representativeness, the common methods used for selecting a sample of the highly impactful papers in a field/ journal. Using 92 593 papers (Information Science & Library Science area, 1977-2016), we compared, in terms of the number of papers/year, samples of the 100 most impactful papers, obtained with different selection options. We repeated the analysis also for Top500, Top2000, and Top20000. This study shows that the frequently used metrics to compare the impact of papers and to select a sample of "most impactful papers"published in each year and each field may privilege specific periods while neglecting others. The main result of our study is that the percentile citation-based method reduces this "year of publication"representativeness bias. This paper draws attention to the importance of the sample selection, in bibliometric studies, and to the period representativeness bias associated with different choices to select the "most impactful papers". © 2021 Elsevier Ltd.

2021

Rigor and Transparency Index for Systematic Literature Reviews: a first stage approach

Authors
Pech, G; Delgado, C;

Publication
18TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SCIENTOMETRICS & INFORMETRICS (ISSI2021)

Abstract

2020

Percentile and stochastic-based approach to the comparison of the number of citations of articles indexed in different bibliographic databases

Authors
Pech, G; Delgado, C;

Publication
Scientometrics

Abstract

2020

QFD as a tool to improve negotiation process, product quality, and market success, in an automotive industry battery components supplier

Authors
Fonseca, L; Fernandes, J; Delgado, C;

Publication
Procedia Manufacturing

Abstract

2020

Determinants of electric car purchase intention in Portugal

Authors
Miranda, JL; Delgado, CJM;

Publication
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility

Abstract
The popularity of electric and hybrid cars has been growing worldwide, and Portugal is no exception. Companies have been offered incentives as a way to promote the transition to more sustainable transportation systems and supply chains. Celebrities and influencers are endorsing the new technology, and consumer preferences are changing. However, in Portugal, there are still consumers with misconceptions about the autonomy, cost and reliability of electric cars, which may favour the choice of a conventional car, in a new car purchase decision-making process. In this study, we analyse whether purchase intention in the near future of an electric car varies with a pro-environmental lifestyle, perceived symbolic value of the electric car, mobility patterns, age, and place of residence, (perfor-mance, social, financial and externalities) risk avoidance, consumer perceptions, knowledge about the cost, the autonomy and the existing infrastructures. A sample of 308 Portuguese consumers was collected with an online survey. Results from survey subsample analysis of 170 consumers who unequivocally claim that would opt for an electric vehicle or not show a positive relationship between the purchase intention of an electric car, the fuel cost increase, the proximity of convenient charging places and battery lifetime perception. It was also found that age, knowledge and perceived symbolic value of the electric car, in general, have a positive influence on consumers’ choice of an electric car. A negative relationship was found between the purchase intention, social and financial risk avoidance, perceived symbolic value of the electric car in particular and the number of cars each family has. © 2020 Emerald Publishing Limited.

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thesis

2019

Economia Circular no setor dos manuais escolares em Portugal – um estudo exploratório das percepções e motivações dos consumidores

Author
Helena Bugalho Lei

Institution
UP-FEP

2019

Melhoria Contínua e Responsabilidade Social nas organizações - Uma análise exploratória da divulgação voluntária de informação

Author
Diogo Augusto Rebelo Pereira Marquez

Institution
UP-FEP

2019

Determinantes na opção pela aquisição de automóveis elétricos em Portugal

Author
José Luís Duarte Miranda

Institution
UP-FEP

2019

Sustainability in the manufacturing - a systematic literature review

Author
Catarina Sofia Martins Pereira

Institution
UP-FEP

2019

TRANSIÇÃO PARA A ECONOMIA CIRCULAR NO SETOR DA ÁGUA: ESTUDO DO COMPORTAMENTO DO ECO-CONSUMIDOR

Author
Nelson Manuel Marinho da Rocha

Institution
UP-FEP