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2017

 

Aguiar-Conraria, Luís, Pedro Brinca, Haukur Viðar Guðjónsson and Maria Joana Soares; Business cycle synchronization across U.S. states; B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics; 17(1): 1-15; 2017.

 

Aguiar, Diana, Leonardo Costa and Elvira Silva; An attempt to explain differences in economic growth: a stochastic frontier approach; Bulletin of Economic Research; 69(4) 42-65; 2017.

 

Almeida, Álvaro; The role of private non-profit healthcare organizations in NHS systems: implications for the Portuguese hospital devolution program; Health Policy; 121(6): 699-707; 2017.

 

Almeida, Ana Isabel and A.A.C. Teixeira; On the work values of entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs: a European longitudinal study; Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship; 22(2): 1750010; 2017.

  

Azevedo, Mónica, Óscar Afonso and Sandra Silva; Endogenous Growth and Intellectual Property Rights: A North–South Modelling Proposal with Population Ageing; Australian Economic Paper; 56(1): 72-94; 2017.

 

Damsgaard, Erika Färnstrand, Per Hjertstrand, Pehr-Johan Norbäck, Lars Persson and Helder Vasconcelos; Why do Entrepreneurs Choose Risky R&D Projects – But Still Not Risky Enough; The Economic Journal; 127(605): 164-199; 2017.

 

Dias, A.R. and A.A.C. Teixeira; The Anatomy of Business Failure. A Qualitative Account of its Implications for Future Business Success; European Journal of Management & Business Economics; 26(1): 2-20; 2017.

 

Fernandes, Catarina, Jorge Farinha, Francisco Vitorino Martins and Cesário Mateus; Supervisory Boards, Financial Crisis and Bank Performance: Does Board Characteristics Matter?; Journal of Banking Regulation; 18(4) 310-337; 2017. 

 

Forte, Rosa and Vera Silva; Outward FDI and Home Country Exports: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence; The International Trade Journal; 31(3): 245-271; 2017.

  

Gil, Pedro Mazeda, André Almeida and Sofia Castro; Rich Transitional Dynamics, Physical Capital and Technology Intensity; Oxford Economic Papers; 69(3): 678-706; 2017.

 

Governo, F., A.A.C. Teixeira, and A.M. Brochado; Social multimedia computing: An Emerging Area of Research and Business for Films; Journal of Creative Communications; 12(1): 31-47; 2017.

 

Graça Moura, Mário; Schumpeter and the meanings of rationality; Journal of Evolutionary Economics; 27(1): 115-138; 2017.

 

Mateus, Cesario, Jorge Farinha and Nuno Soares; Price discounts in rights issues: why do managers insist on what investors hate?; European Business Review; 29(4): 457-475; 2017.

 

Nagarajan, Renuga, Aurora A. C. Teixeira and Sandra silva; The Impact of Population Ageing on Economic Growth: A Bibliometric Survey; The Singapore Economic Review; 62(2): 275-296; 2017.

 

Nagarajan, R., A.A.C. Teixeira and S. T. Silva; An empirical analysis of the demographic trends in Least Developed Countries; Ageing International; 42(3): 251-273; 2017.

 

Pereira, Tiago Pinho and Miguel Sousa; Is there still a Berlin Wall in the post-issue operating performance of European IPOs?; International Journal of Finance & Economics; 22(2): 139-158; 2017.

 

Pessoa, Argentino; The euro zone crisis: A fable or merely organizations without the adequate institutions?; Revue d'Économie Politique; 127(1): 1-24; 2017.

 

Proenca, T., A. Torres and A. S. Sampaio; Frontline employee empowerment and perceived customer satisfaction; Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management; 15(2): 187-206; 2017.

 

Ramos, Pedro, Hélio Alves, Paulo Guimarães and Maria A. Ferreira; Junior doctors’ medical specialty and practice location choice: simulating policies to overcome regional inequalities; The European Journal of Health Economics; 18(8): 1013-1030; 2017.

  

Sá, Nelson, Ana Paula Ribeiro and Vitor Carvalho; International Collaboration and Knowledge Creation: Evidence from Economics in Portuguese Academia; Science and Public Policy; 44(1): 50-64; 2017.

 

Silva, Ana Margarida, Sandra Silva and Anabela Carneiro; Determinants of Grant Decisions in R&D Subsidy Programmes: Evidence from Firms and S&T Organisations in Portugal; Science and Public Policy; 44(5): 683-697; 2017.

 

Sochirca, Elena, Óscar Afonso and Sandra T. Silva; Political Rivalry Effects on Human Capital Accumulation and Inequality: A New Political Economy Approach; Metroeconomica; 68(4): 699-729; 2017.

 

Szrek, Helena; How the number of options and perceived variety impact choice satisfaction: an experiment with prescription drug plans; Judgment and Decision Making; 12(1): 42-49; 2017.

 

Teixeira, Aurora A.C. and Rosa Forte; Prior education and entrepreneurial intentions: The differential impact of a wide range of fields of study; Review of Managerial Science; 11(2): 353-394; 2017.

 

Teixeira, Aurora A.C., Pedro C. Vieira and Ana P. Abreu; Sleeping Beauties and their Princes in Innovation Studies; Scientometrics; 110(2): 541-580; 2017.

 

Teixeira, Aurora A.C., Renuga Nagarajan and Sandra T. Silva; The impact of ageing and the speed of ageing on the economic growth of Least Developed, Emerging and Developed countries, 1990 – 2013; Review of Development Economics; 21(3): 909-934; 2017.

 

Teixeira, Aurora A.C., Rosa Forte and Susana Assunção; Do countries’ endowments of Non-Renewable Energy Resources matter for FDI attraction? A panel data analysis of 125 countries over the period 1995-2012; International Economics; 150: 57-71; 2017.

 

Teixeira, A.A.C. and A. Sharifu; Female entrepreneurship and access to bank loans in Tanzania: a double-hurdle model approach; Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship; 22(3): 1750019; 2017.

 

Torres, N., Óscar Afonso and Isabel Soares; Manufacturing skill-biased wage inequality, natural resources and institutions; Review of Development Economics; 21(4): 1-29; 2017.

 

Verona, Fabio, Manuel M. F.Martins, and Inês Drumond; Financial shocks, financial stability, and optimal Taylor rules; Journal of Macroeconomics; 54(B): 187-207; 2017.

 

van Kemenade, T. and A.A.C. Teixeira; Policy stringency and (eco)-innovation performance: a cross country analysis; RISUS- Journal on Innovation and Sustainability; 8(2): 34-60; 2017.

 

Viegas, Miguel and A.P. Ribeiro; Fiscal Consolidations: A Theoretical Essay with a Heterogeneous-Agent Model; International Economic Journal; 31(2): 206-223; 2017.