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Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

   
Cidália OliveiraMário FrancoNuno SousaRui Silva‪Margarida Rodrigues

How do social responsibility and social entrepreneurship generate value creation in pandemics?

Journal of Enterprising Communities
Anabela BotelhoDon RossElisabet RütstromGlenn HarrisonLígia Pinto

Endogenous choice of institutional punishment mechanisms to promote social cooperation

(2022) Public Choice, 191(3-4), 309 - 335
Helena AlvesJosé Carlos PinhoNuno Tiago Cláudio Leitão Baptista

Uncovering the Use of the Social Support Concept in Social Marketing Interventions for Health

(2022) Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing, 34(1), 1-35
Francisco VeigaFrank Bohn

Political forecast cycles

(2021) European Journal of Political Economy, 66 101934

On the duration of sovereign ratings cycle phases

(2021) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 182 512-526
Alina Irina PopescuPaulo Mourão

Discussing the political survival of Romanian ministers since 1989—Do economic conditions matter?

(2021) Economics of Transition and Institutional Change, 29 63–93
Elina De SimoneGiuseppe Lucio GaetaLorenzo CicatielloPaulo MourãoSalvatore Capasso

Fiscal transparency and tax ethics: does better information lead to greater compliance?

(2021) Journal of Policy Modeling, 43(5), 1031 - 1050
Lúcia Lima RodriguesMarta GuerreiroRussell Craig

Institutional theory and IFRS: an agenda for future research

(2021) Revista Espanola de Financiacion y Contabilidad/Spanish Journal of Finance and Accounting / Revista Española de Financiación y Contabilidad, 50(1), 65-88
Francisco VeigaMamadou Boukari

Fiscal forecast manipulations and electoral results: evidence from Portuguese municipalities

(2021) Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, 36(2), 115-138
Carla SáHugo FigueiredoJoão CerejeiraMiguel PortelaPedro Teixeira

Mass Higher Education and its Civic Impacts in Portugal and Spain

(2021) Journal of Education Finance, 46(4), 496-518
José Carlos AlexandreLuís Aguiar-Conraria

Opinion expression on hazing: has the Spiral of Silence reached the Portuguese higher education?

(2021) Journal of Further and Higher Education, 45(10), 1325-1341
Christoph VanbergLuís Aguiar-ConrariaPedro Magalhães

What are the best quorum rules? A laboratory investigation

(2020) Public Choice, 185(1-2), 215-231
Ana AraújoPaulo MourãoPedro Daraujo

The quiet portuguese: Are portuguese taxpayers victims of fiscal illusion?

(2020) Revista Galega de Economia, 29(1), 1-20
Lúcia Lima RodriguesMarilene FeitosaMário Marques

Eficiência tributária dos países-membros da OCDE e Brasil para a geração de educação

(2020) Revista Evidenciação Contábil & Finanças, 8(1), 110-129

Discussing the intriguing relation between unemployment and giving practices

(2020) International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 25(1),
Rodrigo Caldeira Almeida MartinsVitor Castro

Budgets, expenditure composition and political manipulation

(2019) International Review of Applied Economics, 33(2), 172-187
Paulo MourãoVítor Domingues Martinho

Forest fire legislation: Reactive or proactive?

(2019) Ecological Indicators, 104 137-144
Rodrigo Caldeira Almeida MartinsVitor Castro

Political and Institutional Determinants of Credit Booms

(2019) Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 81(5), 1144-1178
Francisco VeigaJoilson DiasKézia de Lucas Bondezan

Institutions, government stability and human capital accumulation

(2019) Revista de Economia e Agronegócio, 17(2), 255-271

Dynamic hospital competition under rationing by waiting times

(2019) Journal of Health Economics, 66 260-282

Social Entrepreneur`s Networks and Institutional Environments: Ties That Bind?

(2019) International Journal of Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsability, 4(2), 1-22
Carla Cristina FerreiraLina Lourenço-GomesLígia Pinto

Effect of region of origin on willingness to pay for wine: an experimental auction

(2019) Applied Economics, 53(32), 3715 - 3729
Francisco VeigaRodrigo Martins

Does voter turnout affect the votes for the incumbent government?

(2014) European Journal of Political Economy, 36 274-286
Francisco VeigaRodrigo Martins

Economic voting in Portuguese municipal elections

(2013) Public Choice, 155(3-4), 317-334
Francisco VeigaRodrigo Martins

Economic performance and turnout at national and local elections

(2013) Public Choice, 157(3-4), 429-448

Voting functions in the EU-15

(2013) Public Choice, 157(3-4), 411-428

How does political instability affect economic growth?

(2013) European Journal of Political Economy, 29 151-167

Why do stabilizations fail?

(2008) Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 11(2), 135-149

Political instability and inflation volatility

(2008) Public Choice, 135(3-4), 207-223

The political economy of seigniorage

(2008) Journal of Development of Economics, 87(1), 29-50

Politics and unemployment in industrialized democracies

(2002) Public Choice, 110(3-4), 1822/1494

Delays of Inflation Stabilizations

(2000) Economics and Politics, 12(3), 275-295

Economics and elections in Western Europe: 1960-1997

(2000) Electoral Studies, 19(2-3), 183-197

What causes the failure of inflation stabilization plans?

(1999) Journal of International Money and Finance, 18(2), 169–194
Helena Maria Costa Oliveira (September 2020).
The balanced scorecard and bureaucracy in the hospital environment: a Portuguese case study”
Advisors: Lúcia Lima Rodrigues
Kayode Olugbenga Taiwo (July 2020).
Fiscal Decentralization, Intergovernmental Transfers and Human Development