Carlos Carreira is Professor of Economics with habilitation at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra and researcher at the CeBER–Centre for Business and Economics Research. He was visiting researcher, inter alia, at the ZEW–Centre for European Economic Research de Mannheim (June/July 2015) and Carnegie Mellon University (Septembe/December 2011). Carlos is currently Principal Investigator of the projects “ENtRY–Is EcoNomic RecoverY a myth? Lessons from firm dynamics during the Portuguese Great Recession” and “Financial Constraints, Investment and Firm Dynamics: Lessons from the portuguese great recession and its aftermath”. His research interests are in the area of Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics, particularly with applications in firm-level productivity, entry and exit, financial constraints and innovation economics.
(1) "ENtRY - Is EcoNomic RecoverY a myth? Lessons from firm dynamics during the Portuguese Great Recession." Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portuguese public agency ), grant no. PTDC/EGE-ECO/31117/2017. 2018-07 to 2021-06.
(2) "FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS, INVESTMENT AND FIRM DYNAMICS: LESSONS FROM THE PORTUGUESE GREAT RECESSION AND ITS AFTERMATH." Grant form FUNDAÇÃO FRANCISCO MANUEL DOS SANTOS. 2018-09 to 2020-08.