Pedro G. Lima

University of Porto, School of Economics and Management and Cef.Up

  • up201500384@fep.up.pt

BRIEF BIO

Pedro G. Lima is currently a Ph.D. student of Economics in University of Porto (FEP) with an Individual Grant from the Portuguese national funding agency FCT and has also been an Invited Assistant Professor at the same institution, teaching Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Economics). Currently his main interests are the relationship between inequality and growth both at empirical and theoretical level which are the main topics of his ongoing Thesis, being supervised by Professors Sandra T. Silva and Óscar Afonso. He is also interested in topics such as Directed Technical Change, the Skill Premium, the Labor Share, and History of Economic Thought with several articles related to these themes already accepted for publication in international peer-reviewed journals, namely Applied Economics, Economic Systems and International Journal of Finance and Economics, with others currently under revision in Journals such as the Journal of Evolutionary Economics or as a discussion paper at Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Inequality, economic growth, Directed technical change, skill premium, labor share.

 

 

 

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