Prof. Isabel Novo-Corti is an international expert on Economic Development and Social Sustainability. She is the director of the Atlantic Review of Economics. Her research focuses on public policies and sustainability in the framework of Knowledge Society. Her interest area includes Cleaner production, Ocean & Coastal Management, Sustainability, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Computers in Human Behavior, Progress in Industrial Ecology, Management of Environmental Quality. A PhD in Economics, Isabel is an Associate Professor of Economic Analysis at the Universidade da Coruña (UDC-Spain) and a Tutor at the Associate Centre of A Coruña at the Spanish National Open University (UNED). She is coordinator of the EDaSS research group on Economic Development and Social Sustainability, and member of the University Institute of Maritime Studies and was Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Business Administration at the UDC. She has been honored with international awards such as the best work on ethical economy, at International Conference XXII Hispanic-Portuguese Scientific Management Conference in Vila Real (Portugal, 2012) and an award for the best research paper of 2015 published in the journal titled Management of Environmental Quality. She has been invited as keynote speaker in international conferences, such as the IV Conference on ethics economics in Bogotá (University S. Tomás – Colombia) and the 2016 International Conference “Information Society and Sustainable Development” – ISSD in Pologravi (University Targu-Jiu – Romania).