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- 2017/14: Convexity in semi-metric spaces, decision theory and consumer theory
- Margarida Abreu and Victor Mendes
- 2017/13: Convexity in semi-metric spaces, decision theory and consumer theory
- João Ferreira do Amaral
- 2017/12: Location of R&D activities by vertical multinationals over asymmetric countries
- José Pedro Pontes and Carlos Eduardo Lobo e Silva
- 2017/11: The Inversion of the Spatial Lag Operator in Binary Choice Models: Fast Computation and a Closed Formula Approximation
- Luís Silveira Santos and Isabel Proença
- 2017/10: Iterated Local Search Algorithm for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Backhauls and Soft Time Windows
- José Brandão
- 2017/09: Leverage and Risk Weighted Capital Requirements
- Sudipto Karmakar and Leonardo Gambacorta
- 2017/08: Financial Crisis, banking sector performance and economic growth in the European Union
- Cândida Ferreira
- 2017/07: How Biased is the Behavior of the Individual Investor in Warrants?
- Margarida Abreu
- 2017/06: Transport-Induced Agglomeration Effects: Evidence for US Metropolitan Areas
- Patricia C. Melo and Daniel J. Graham
- 2017/05: Renormalization of Gevrey Vector Fields with a Brjuno Type Arithmetical Condition
- João Lopes Dias and José Pedro Gaivão
- 2017/04: Static versus Dynamic Deferred Acceptance in School Choice: Theory and Experiment
- Joana Pais, Flip Klijn and Marc Vorsatz
- 2017/03: Decentralized Matching Markets With(out) Frictions: A Laboratory Experiment
- Joana Pais, Ágnes Pintér and Róbert F. Veszteg
- 2017/02: "Whatever it takes" to resolve the European sovereign debt crisis? Bond pricing regime switches and monetary policy effects
- Antonio Afonso, Michael G. Arghyrou, María Dolores Gadea and Alexandros Kontonikas
- 2017/01: Assessing the Sustainability of External Imbalances in the European Union
- Antonio Afonso, Florence Huart, Joao Jalles and Piotr Stanek