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Short bio

The first degree in Economics was obtained from the ISEG – (Technical) University of Lisbon (1975) and the PhD (Doctorat d’État) from the University of Poitiers under supervision of André Chaîneau (1986). Is now Full Professor at the Faculty of Economy – University of Coimbra. JSA has held academic management posts at the Faculty and University level. He has participated in several ERASMUS and TEMPUS programs. He has integrated and also directed evaluation of FCT projects. He was a member of FUP and A3ES economics course evaluation teams. He has published several books in Portuguese for economics students, entries in international academic books and articles in international scientific journals (International Review of Applied Economics, Économie Appliquée, Journal of Economic Surveys, Applied Economics, Journal of Contemporary Issues in Economics and Business, International Journal of Economic Sciences, Panoeconomicus, Transition Studies Review, among other journals). JSA was visiting professor at Nice, Poitiers and Belgrade and is referee for some SCOPUS and ISI journals. He has participated in more than one thousand academic juries.

Supervision of PhD Students

(ongoing) Financial Development and Consumption
Economics
(ongoing) The Dutch Disease and the Balassa-Samuelson Effect in the Portuguese Economy: A Multi-Sector DSGE Approach
Economics

Publications

(2015) The Dutch Disease in the Portuguese and Spanish Economies.
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(2019) A Monetary Analysis of the Liquidity Trap with an Application to the USA Economy. Contemporary Economics, 13, 446-470.
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(2017) Dutch Disease in Central and Eastern European Countries.
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(2019) Human capital and productivity growth in a services economy: Some insights from the Portuguese case. International Economics and Economic Policy, 16, 511-534.
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(2018) Health investments and economic growth: a quantile regression approach. International Journal of Development Issues, 17, 220-245.
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(2018) Perspectives de croissance pour le Portugal et la division Nord-Sud dans l'UE14: Une analyse à seuils selon le changement structurel. Revue de l'AIELF, 3, 153-174.
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(2018) Education and health: welfare state composition and growth across country groups. Eastern Journal of European Studies, 9, 111-144.
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(2017) Are PIIGS so different? An empirical analysis of demand and supply shocks. Panoeconomicus, 64, 189-222.
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(2016) The welfare state and economic performance: quantiles and nonlinearities. Applied Economics Quarterly, 62, 267-294.
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(2016) Crowding-in and crowding-out effects of public investments in the Portuguese economy. International Review of Applied Economics, 30, 488-506.
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(2015) Regional growth in Portugal: Assessing the contribution of earnings and education inequality. Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic (SASA), 65, 239-252.
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(2015) Optimum Currency Areas, Real and Nominal Convergence in the European Union. Notas Económicas, 8-29.
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(2015) Capital Mobility in the Enlarged Europe: A New Look at the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle using a Quantile Regression Approach. Revue d'économie politique, 125, 571-599.
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(2015) Enhancing Design Space Exploration by Extending CPU/GPU Specifications onto FPGAs. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, 14, 1-23.
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(2015) Social Spending and Income Inequality: Can Austerity Compromise Growth in the European Periphery?. New Economic Policy Reforms, (pp 79-95).
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(2015) Is There a Trade-off between Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Volatility? Evidence from an M-GARCH Model. New Economic Policy Reforms, (pp 59-78). Belgrade:
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(2015) Regional growth in Portugal: assessing the contribution of earnings and education inequality. Regional Development Policy: Scientific Basis and Empirical Evidence – Thematic Collection of Papers, (pp 198-201).
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(2016) A thresholds analysis of growth, convergence and structural change in the EU: insights for Portugal. Estudos de Homenagem a José Silva Lopes, (pp 589-617). Coimbra:
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(2017) Dutch Disease in Central and Eastern European Countries. Core-Periphery Patterns across the European Union: Case Studies and Lessons from Eastern and Southern Europe, (pp 113-141).
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(2017) Differences in human capital and openness to trade as barriers to growth and convergence in the EU. The Euro and the Crisis: Perspectives for the Eurozone as a Monetary and Budgetary Union, (pp 73-94).
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Contacts

Address

Faculdade de Economia
Universidade de Coimbra
Av. Dias da Silva, 165
3004-512
Portugal

Web and Email

Email
jasa@fe.uc.pt