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Short bio

Pedro Godinho obtained a degree in Informatics Engineering from the School of Science and Technology at the University of Coimbra in 1993 and a Ph.D. in Management by the University of Coimbra in 2003. He is currently Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra (FEUC), and he belongs to the Coordination of the Master Programme in Management of this Faculty. He is also a researcher at the CeBER R&D center. His publications include several dozens of articles in peer-reviewed international journals (European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Asset Management, Journal of Sports Economics, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, Journal of Heuristics, OR Spectrum, International Transactions in Operational Research, among other journals) and book chapters. He was also editor of a book and author or co-author of other two books.

Projects

AVALORE – Analysis and evaluation of R&D projects for developing new technologies (funded by PT Inovação)

AGAP – Support to Groups for Project Analysis and Evaluation (PRAXIS/PCSH/CEG/C/28/96), 

Multicriteria Analysis and Evaluation of Investment Projects (POCTI/32405/GES/2000)

Cost-benefit analysis of road infrastructures (for Estradas de Portugal)

Supervision of PhD Students

(ongoing) The Value of Information in the Context of Mobile Network Management
Management – Decision Aiding Science
(ongoing) Game Theory modelling with behavioral / emotional inputs – Theoretical and experimental approaches in a managerial decision context
Management – Decision Aiding Science
(ongoing) Robust optimization - application to the field of portfolio selection
Management – Decision Aiding Science
(ongoing) Retail location: Application of classic theories to the Portuguese case
Management – Decision Aiding Science
(2018) An inquiry into the validity of technical analysis in financial markets with the use of evolutionary techniques
Management – Decision Aiding Science
(2017) New Ways of Measuring and Dealing with Risk and Return in Portfolio Optimization
Economics
(2013) Evaluation of R&D projects in the telecommunications sector
Management – Decision Aiding Science

Publications

(2019) NIESIM: A software for estimating the value of information in mobile networks. 1-6.
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(2015) Assessment Methodologies: energy, mobility and other real world application. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra.
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(2017) Logística. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra.
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(2015) A Tool to Manage Tasks of R&D Projects. (pp 171-189).
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(2017) An application of data mining methods to the analysis of bank customer profitability and buying behavior. 331-344.
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(2017) Very High Brand Equity: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions. 13.
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(2019) Building customers' resilience to negative information in the airline industry. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 50, 235-248.
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(2019) Opportunity entrepreneurship, oil rents and control of corruption. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 13, 647-667.
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(2019) Portfolio management with higher moments: the cardinality impact. International Transactions in Operational Research, 26, 2531-2560.
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(2020) A stochastic model and algorithms for determining efficient time–cost tradeoffs for a project activity. Operational Research, 20, 319-348.
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(2020) A Comparative Study of Technical Trading Strategies Using a Genetic Algorithm. Computational Economics, 55, 349-381.
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(2020) Global minimum variance portfolios under uncertainty: a robust optimization approach. Journal of Global Optimization, 76, 267-293.
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(2018) Do high brand equity and very high brand equity require different conditions? An empirical study using fsQCA. International Journal of Economics and Business Research, 16, 263.
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(2018) The Impact of Expectations, Match Importance, and Results in the Stock Prices of European Football Teams. Journal of Sports Economics, 19, 230-278.
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(2018) Simulation-based estimation of state-dependent project volatility. The Engineering Economist, 63, 188-216.
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(2018) Hotel location when competitors may react: A game-theoretic gravitational model. Tourism Management, 69, 384-396.
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(2018) Developing and testing a method to measure academic societal impact. Higher Education Quarterly, 72, 121-140.
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(2018) On the Gains of Using High Frequency Data in Portfolio Selection. Scientific Annals of Economics and Business, 65, 365-383.
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(2017) A memetic algorithm for maximizing earned attention in social media. Journal of Modelling in Management, 12, 364-385.
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(2017) Portuguese food retailers - Exploring three classic theories of retail location. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 34, 102-116.
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(2017) Portfolio choice with high frequency data: CRRA preferences and the liquidity effect. Portuguese Economic Journal, 16, 65-86.
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(2017) Mean-semivariance portfolio optimization with multiobjective evolutionary algorithms and technical analysis rules. Expert Systems with Applications, 79, 33-43.
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(2017) Predicting high consumer-brand identification and high repurchase: Necessary and sufficient conditions. Journal of Business Research, 79, 52-65.
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(2016) Efficient skewness/semivariance portfolios. Journal of Asset Management, 17, 331-346.
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(2015) Tourism Site Location Based on a Genetic Algorithm. Tourism Analysis, 20, 159-172.
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(2019) Portfolio selection under uncertainty: a new methodology for computing relative‐robust solutions. International Transactions in Operational Research, 19.
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(2015) Strategies for developing batteries for electric vehicles: a real options model. Assessment Methodologies: energy, mobility and other real world application, Coimbra:
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(2015) The impact of a crisis in a cost-benefit analysis: What has changed in the Douro Interior sub-concession economic evaluation?. Assessment Methodologies: energy, mobility and other real world application, Coimbra:
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(2015) A model for optimising earned attention in social media based on a memetic algorithm. Quantitative Modelling in Marketing and Management, (pp 423-456).
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(2016) Custos sociais das armas de fogo: o caso português. Violência e Armas de Fogo em Portugal, (pp 337-368). Coimbra:
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Editors
(2019) An Application of Data Mining Methods to the Analysis of Bank Customer Profitability and Buying Behavior. Data Analysis and Applications 1, (pp 225-240). Hoboken, NJ, USA:
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Contacts

Address

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

Web and Email

Email
pgodinho@fe.uc.pt