Pedro G. Lima is currently a Ph.D. student of Economics at University of Porto (FEP), having received an individual grant from FCT from October 2018 to October 2022. He has been invited multiple times as a Teaching Assistant of Macroeconomics I and II (BSc in Economics) at the same institution.
His main interests are inequality and macroeconometrics. He is also interested in bibliometrics, Directed Technical Change, the Skill Premium, the Labor Share, and automation. He has explored these topics in essays of his ongoing Doctoral Thesis (supervised by Professors Sandra T. Silva and Óscar Afonso) and other research articles. He has published four articles in the following international peer-reviewed journals: Applied Economics, Economic Systems, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, and International Journal of Finance & Economics. Moreover, a fifth paper is also a discussion paper at the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).
Inequality, economic growth, Directed technical change, skill premium, labor share.
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