The CeBER Working Papers series presents mainly the current research of our members that covers a wide range of topics associated with the research lines of our centre, healthcare development, public institutions and policies for sustainable development, and organizational Innovation and development, with focus on small and medium-size enterprises. The working papers are available for download (PDF) in our website and they are also available through the RePEC database.
This series continues the Estudos do GEMF series (Archive) previously published by GEMF.
CeBER WP No. 2017-11
Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality
Pedro Brinca, Miguel H. Ferreira, Francesco Franco, Hans A. Holter & Laurence Malafry
CeBER WP No. 2017-10
The interconnections between Renewable Energy, Economic Development and Environmental Pollution. A simultaneous equation system approach
Elias Soukiazis, Sara Proença & Pedro André Cerqueira
CeBER WP No. 2017-09
The Renminbi: A Warrior for Competitiveness?
Pedro Bação, António Portugal Duarte & Matheus Santos
CeBER WP No. 2017-08
Le Portugal et l`Euro
João Sousa Andrade
CeBER WP No. 2017-07
The Effect of Public Debt on Growth in Multiple Regimes in the Presence of Long-Memory and Non-Stationary Debt Series
Irina Syssoyeva-Masson & João de Sousa Andrade
CeBER WP No. 2017-06
The Blank and the Null: An examination of non-conventional voting choices
CeBER WP No. 2017-05
Where is the information on USD/Bitcoins hourly price movements?
Helder Sebastião, António Portugal Duarte & Gabriel Guerreiro
The response of non-price competitiveness and productivity due to changes in passed income gaps. Evidence from the OECD countries
Pedro André Cerqueira, Micaela Antunes & Elias Soukiazis
CeBER WP No. 2017-03
Dutch Disease in Central and Eastern European Countries
João Sousa Andrade & António Portugal Duarte
CeBER WP No. 2017-02
On the gains of using high frequency data and higher moments in Portfolio Selection
Rui Pedro Brito, Hélder Sebastião & Pedro Godinho
CeBER WP No. 2017-01
Growth adjustments through non-price competitiveness and productivity. A cumulative causation approach
Elias Soukiazis, Micaela Antunes & Pedro André Cerqueira