Pedro G. Lima is currently a Ph.D student of Economics in University of Porto (FEP) with with a Ph.D. Individual Grant from FCT (SFRH/BD/135911/2018) and has also been an Invited Assistant Professor at the same institution, teaching courses to the Bachelor in Economics such as Macroconomics II. 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 Dissertation, 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 other topics that have resulted in other submitted articles that are currently under revision.
Prior to his enrollment in the Ph.D., he completed the Bachelor in Economics at University of Aveiro in 2014 with a final grade of 17 and the Master in Economics and Business Administration in 2017 with a final grade of 17 and a grade of 19 on his Thesis entitled “Fama-French models application to the Analysis of FTSE4GOOD, MSCI ESG and STOXX ESG Indices: Do SRI Indices have biases?” which was supervised by professor Abel Fernandes.
He also has a degree on piano granted by the Conservatory of Aveiro.
Inequality, economic growth, Directed technical change, skill premium, labor share.
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