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Reduzir as desigualdades

Reduzir as desigualdades no interior dos países e entre países.  
Rodrigo Caldeira Almeida MartinsVitor Castro

Why are credit booms sometimes sweet and sometimes sour?

International Journal of Finance and Economics
Rodrigo Caldeira Almeida MartinsVitor Castro

Why are credit booms sometimes sweet and sometimes sour?

(2021) International Journal of Finance and Economics, 26(2), 3054-3074
Rodrigo Caldeira Almeida MartinsVitor Castro

What drives the duration of credit booms?

(2021) International Journal of Finance and Economics, 26(1), 1531-1549
Paulo MourãoWiliam Retamiro

Community development banks (CDB): a bibliometric analysis of the first 2 decades of scientific production

(2021) Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23(1), 477-493
Fredj JawadiLuca AgnelloRicardo SousaVitor Castro

How does monetary policy respond to the dynamics of the shadow banking sector?

(2020) International Journal of Finance and Economics, 25(2), 228-247
Paulo MourãoPedro Miranda

Christianity, democracy, and Maritain: a reading of a path of meetings and retreats

(2020) International Review of Economics, 67(2), 231-249
Flávio Kauê Fiuza-MouraMagno Rogério GomesMaia KatyPaulo MourãoSolange Souza

The luck of being of the right gender and color: a detailed discussion about the wage gaps in the Brazilian manufacturing industry

(2019) Quality and Quantity, 53(3), 1275-1300
Nuno AzevedoVitor Oliveira

Structural systemic risk: Evolution and main drivers

(2019) Journal of Network Theory in Finance, 5(4), 1-28
Ana FernandesDudley CookePriscila Ferreira

Product market competition and gender discrimination

(2019) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 157 496-522
João Miguel SousaRicardo Sousa

Asset Returns Under Model Uncertainty: Evidence from the Euro Area, the US and the UK

(2019) Computational Economics, 54(1), 139–176
Ana Rute CardosoJosé Cabral VieiraMiguel Portela

Gender segregation and the wage gap in Portugal: An analysis at the establishment level

(2005) Journal of Economic Inequality, 3(2), 145-168