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Portuguese Economic Journal

2002 - 2022

Current editor(s): Luís F. Costa

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Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestao
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Volume 21, issue 3, 2022

Special issue: 20th anniversary of the Portuguese Economic Journal. Editors’ introduction pp. 267-269 Downloads
Luís F. Costa, Daniel Dias, Steffen Hoernig, Miguel Portela and Paulo Rodrigues
Portuguese Economic Journal, past and future pp. 271-282 Downloads
José Luís Cardoso
The state of Portuguese research in economics: 20 years after pp. 283-309 Downloads
Paulo Guimarães and Mariana Barbosa
The dynamics of growth and distribution in a spatially heterogeneous world pp. 311-350 Downloads
Paulo Brito
Quality decreases from introducing patient choice in a National Health Service pp. 351-381 Downloads
Pedro Pita Barros
The net product in the Formule du Tableau Economique: Lessons from a formalism pp. 383-399 Downloads
Rodolphe Santos Ferreira and Ragip Ege
Why do firms use fixed-term contracts? pp. 401-421 Downloads
Pedro Portugal and José Varejão
The Log of Gravity at 15 pp. 423-437 Downloads
J. M. C. Santos Silva and Silvana Tenreyro

Volume 21, issue 2, 2022

How ongoing structural change creates a double dividend: outdating of technologies and green growth pp. 125-160 Downloads
Anton Bondarev and Alfred Greiner
Macroprudential policy under uncertainty pp. 161-209 Downloads
Zoë Venter
Pointwise agglomeration in continuous racetrack model pp. 211-235 Downloads
Kensuke Ohtake and Atsushi Yagi
Correction to: Pointwise agglomeration in continuous racetrack model pp. 237-237 Downloads
Kensuke Ohtake and Atsushi Yagi
An empirical investigation of tourism-led growth hypothesis in the European countries: evidence from augmented mean group estimator pp. 239-266 Downloads
Wanjun Xia, Buhari Doğan, Umer Shahzad, Festus Fatai Adedoyin, Abiodun Popoola and Muhammad Adnan Bashir

Volume 21, issue 1, 2022

Editors’ note pp. 1-2 Downloads
Luís F. Costa and Miguel Portela
Measuring the impact of violence on macroeconomic instability: evidence from developing countries pp. 3-30 Downloads
Rabia Haroon and Zainab Jehan
The devil is in the details: Capital stock estimation and aggregate productivity growth—An application to the Spanish economy pp. 31-50 Downloads
Francisco-Javier Escribá-Pérez, María-José Murgui-García and José Ruiz-Tamarit
Correction to: The devil is in the details: Capital stock estimation and aggregate productivity growth—An application to the Spanish economy pp. 51-51 Downloads
Francisco-Javier Escribá-Pérez, María-José Murgui-García and José Ruiz-Tamarit
Does stock trading volume signal future dividends? Evidence from Iberian firms pp. 53-66 Downloads
Júlio Lobão, Patrícia Piedade and Srinivas Nippani
Assessing volatility transmission between Brent and stocks in the major global oil producers and consumers – the multiscale robust quantile regression pp. 67-93 Downloads
Dejan Živkov, Slavica Manić, Jelena Kovačević and Željana Trbović
Intertemporal substitution in import demand and the role of habit formation: an application of Euler equation approach for Pakistan pp. 95-124 Downloads
Farzana Naheed Khan and Eatzaz Ahmad

Volume 20, issue 3, 2021

Relative pricing of French Treasury inflation-linked and nominal bonds: an empirical approach using arbitrage strategies pp. 273-295 Downloads
Béatrice Séverac and José S. Fonseca
Cross-border acquisitions from developing countries under decreasing returns to scale pp. 297-317 Downloads
Quan Dong and Juan Bárcena-Ruiz
External debt, growth and investment for developing countries: some evidence for the debt overhang hypothesis pp. 319-341 Downloads
Taner Turan and Halit Yanıkkaya

Volume 20, issue 2, 2021

Ageing, human capital and demographic dividends with endogenous growth, labour supply and foreign capital pp. 129-160 Downloads
Thomas Ziesemer and Anne von Gässler
Qualifications, job mismatch, and workers with disabilities pp. 161-180 Downloads
Kihong Park
Generational Accounting in Portugal pp. 181-221 Downloads
Jorge Pinheiro
A new career in a new town. Job search methods and regional mobility of unemployed workers pp. 223-272 Downloads
Andrea Morescalchi

Volume 20, issue 1, 2021

Editors’ note pp. 1-3 Downloads
Luis Costa and Daniel Dias
Analyzing the duration of IPOs from offering to listing using the Cox proportional hazards model pp. 5-43 Downloads
Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz and Zachary Alexander Smith
Drivers of exceptional job creation – a dynamic probit approach using portuguese firm-level data pp. 45-69 Downloads
Francisco Rodrigues, Nuno Tavares and Gabriel Osório de Barros
Directed technical change and environmental quality pp. 71-97 Downloads
Óscar Afonso, Liliana Fonseca, Manuela Magalhães and Paulo B. Vasconcelos
Financial soundness of single versus dual banking system: explaining the role of Islamic banks pp. 99-127 Downloads
Nosheen and Abdul Rashid

Volume 19, issue 3, 2020

Special issue on advanced methods to measure tourism impacts. Editors’ introduction pp. 171-172 Downloads
Antónia Correia, Paulo Rodrigues and Egon Smeral
Dynamic spillover effects among tourism, economic growth and macro-finance risk factors pp. 173-194 Downloads
Syed Jawad Hussain Shahzad and Román Ferrer
Causal interactions among tourism, foreign direct investment, domestic credits, and economic growth: evidence from selected Mediterranean countries pp. 195-212 Downloads
Ayhan Tecel, Salih Katircioğlu, Elham Taheri and Festus Bekun
Model for measuring carrying capacity in inhabited tourism destinations pp. 213-241 Downloads
Asunción Fernández-Villarán, Nagore Espinosa, Marina Abad and Ana Goytia
Measuring the economic contribution of tourism to destinations within an input-output framework: some methodological issues pp. 243-265 Downloads
Andrés Artal-Tur, José Miguel Navarro-Azorín and José María Ramos-Parreño
Online word-of-mouth and market structure pp. 267-283 Downloads
Carlos Santos
Tourism and regional development: a spatial econometric model for Portugal at municipal level pp. 285-299 Downloads
Luis Delfim Santos and Ana Catarina Vieira
Modeling the impact of wars and terrorism on tourism demand in Kurdistan region of Iraq pp. 301-322 Downloads
Ahmed Muhamad Omer and Mehmet Yeşiltaş

Volume 19, issue 2, 2020

Stock exchange mergers: a dynamic correlation analysis on Euronext pp. 81-98 Downloads
Christian Espinosa-Méndez, Juan Gorigoitía and João Vieito
The effect of corporate board attributes on bank stability pp. 99-137 Downloads
Renata Karkowska and Jan Acedański
Do mutual funds have consistency in their performance? pp. 139-153 Downloads
Zia-ur-Rehman Rao, Muhammad Zubair Tauni, Tanveer Ahsan and Muhammad Umar
Long-run relationship between exports and imports: current account sustainability tests for the EU pp. 155-170 Downloads
Antonio Afonso, Florence Huart, Joao Jalles and Piotr Stanek

Volume 19, issue 1, 2020

Editors’ note pp. 1-3 Downloads
Luis Costa and Steffen Hoernig
Who should you vote for? Empirical evidence from Portuguese local governments pp. 5-31 Downloads
Ricardo Duque Gabriel
A comparative study of several bootstrap-based tests for the volatility in continuous-time diffusion models pp. 33-47 Downloads
Tianshun Yan and Liping Zhang
Portfolio selection in euro area with CAPM and Lower Partial Moments models pp. 49-66 Downloads
José Soares da Fonseca
Analysis of consumer preferences for information and expert opinion using a discrete choice experiment pp. 67-80 Downloads
Tiago Ribeiro, Armando Corsi, Larry Lockshin, Jordan Louviere and Simone Mueller Loose

Volume 18, issue 3, 2019

Special issue on economic policy in Portugal: innovation, competitiveness, and internationalisation. Editors’ introduction pp. 125-126 Downloads
Ricardo Pinheiro-Alves, Luis Costa and Steffen Hoernig
International trade in services: firm-level evidence for Portugal pp. 127-163 Downloads
João Amador, Sonia Cabral and Birgitte Ringstad
Which projects are selected for an innovation subsidy? The Portuguese case pp. 165-202 Downloads
Anabela Santos, Michele Cincera, Paulo Neto and Maria Manuel Serrano
FDI, income inequality and poverty: a time series analysis of Portugal, 1973–2016 pp. 203-249 Downloads
Aurora Teixeira and Ana Sofia Loureiro

Volume 18, issue 2, 2019

Does monetary integration lead to income convergence in Africa? a study of the CFA monetary area pp. 67-85 Downloads
Souleymane Ndao, Nikolay Nenovsky and Kiril Tochkov
Anticipating the location of a waste collection point: an application based on Portugal pp. 87-106 Downloads
Vitor Miguel Ribeiro and Mario Pezzino
An empirical note about estimation and forecasting Latin American Forex returns volatility: the role of long memory and random level shifts components pp. 107-123 Downloads
Gabriel Rodríguez, Junior A. Ojeda Cunya and José Carlos Gonzáles Tanaka

Volume 18, issue 1, 2019

Editors’ note pp. 1-3 Downloads
Luis Costa and Paulo Rodrigues
Do bad borrowers hurt good borrowers? A model of biased banking competition pp. 5-17 Downloads
David Peón and Manel Antelo
Weakness of investment in Portugal: what role do credit supply and fiscal consolidation shocks play? pp. 19-45 Downloads
Laurent Maurin
Economic growth, public, and private investment returns in 17 OECD economies pp. 47-65 Downloads
Antonio Afonso and Miguel Aubyn
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