Publications

Publications (total citations in Research Gate on 18 August 2016: 92).

Presented as Degree requirements

(1992) "História do Pensamento Económico" – plan for a course on History of Economic Thought for the B.A. programme in Economics presented for the approval for Associate Professor position, Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon.

 

(1989) "História Económica" – plan for a course on Economic History for the Ph.D. programme in Economics presented for the habilitation approval in Economic History / Economic Development – Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa,  Lisbon.

 

(1989) "Conjuntura económica e conjuntura política em Portugal da Regeneração à República" – Trial lesson presented for the habilitation approval in Economic History / Economic Development Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon.

 

(1986) "As finanças públicas portuguesas entre a Regeneração e a primeira guerra mundial" – Doctoral dissertation in Economics – Instituto Superior de Economia da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Lisbon.

 

(1984) "A unidade monetária portuguesa face à libra 1891-1931" – Masters thesis – Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Chapters in international books (INV for invited contribution, PRE for Peer-Reviewed Edition)

PRE (2015, Dec) “Connecting Disconnections: The Porto-Salamanca railway line”, in José Luis García Ruiz and José María Ortiz-Villajos (eds), Ensayos De Historia Y Pensamiento Económicos. Madrid: Editorial Delta: 101-116.

 

PRE (2014) and (2015), “Portugal”, in Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns, Yearbbook. Zurich: Crédit Suisse Research Institute Publisher, 2014: 35.  Co-authors: Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh, Mike Staunton (editors), José Rodrigues da Costa, David Justino. https://publications.credit-suisse.com/tasks/render/file/?fileID=0E0A3525-EA60-2750-71CE20B5D14A7818

 

PRE (2014) (2015) and (2016), “Portugal”, in Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns, Sourcebook. Zurich: Crédit Suisse Research Institute Publisher, 2014: 147-152.  Co-authors: Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh, Mike Staunton (editors), José Rodrigues da Costa, David Justino.

 

PRE (2014) “Public Policies and central state functions: The Portuguese insolvency in the European Union”, in Marc Leroy and Gilbert Orsoni (editors) Le financement des politiques publiques, Reims: Editions Bruylant (Groupe De Boeck), 2014: .

 

PRE (2013) “A multidimensional scaling perspective of Rostow’s forecasts with the track-record (1960s-2011) of pioneers and latecomers”, in J. Awrejcewicz, M. Kazmierczak, P. Olejnik, J. Mrozowski (editors) Dynamical Systems, Theory, Łódź, Poland, ISBN 978-83-7283-588-8: Pages 361-378. Co-author: José António Tenreiro Machado.

 

PRE (2013), “Political Leadership, Government Consumption, and State Insolvency: The Portuguese historical experience”, in Michèle Merger (editor), Studi in Ricordo di Tommaso Fanfani, Pacini Editore, Pisa: pp. 545-556.

 

PRE (2012) “From Pioneer Mercantile State To Ordinary Fiscal State: Portugal 16th-19th Centuries”, in Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla, Patrick O’Brien (eds.) The Formation of the Fiscal states, Cambridge University Press, chapter 9: 215-232. ISBN:9781107013513

http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/id=19016

 

PRE (2011) “European Space, European University Education, and Economic History” in Tomás Garcia-Cuenca Ariati and Maria del Carmen Angulo Toja (eds.), La Enseñanza de la Historia Económica y del Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior, Homenaje a Santiago Zapata Blanco, Toledo: Universidad de Castilla-la-Mancha, Associación Española de Historia Económica, Junta de Castilla-la-Mancha, Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-la-Mancha: 39-43. ISBN 978-84-615-2171-5.

 

PRE (2010) “Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Europe: Economic Growth and Economics” in Garcia-Ruiz, J. L., (ed.), Homenaje a Gabriel Tortella : las claves del desarrollo económico y social / J. Morilla ... [et al.], Madrid: Editorial Empresarial y Universidad de Alcalà de Henares, 847-861. ISBN 9788483560969.

 

PRE (2008) “A forgotten country in Globalisation? The role of foreign capital in nineteenth-century Portugal” Margrit Müller; Timo Myllyntaus (eds.), Small European countries responding to Globalisation and De-globalisation, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, pp.177-208 ISBN 3-03911-214-7/US-ISBN 0-8204-8907-7pb.

http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=13764&cid=446.

 

PRE (2002) “Economic Thought and Policy in nineteenth century less developed Europe: Issues and aspects of their interaction“ – Michalis Psalidopoulos and Maria Eugénia Mata (eds.), Economic Thought and Policy in less developed Europe – The nineteenth centuryRoutledge Studies in History of Economics, London: 1-20.

 

PRE (1996) “Monetary stability, fiscal discipline and economic performance: the experience of Portugal since 1854" – Eichengreen, Barry; Reis, Jaime; Macedo, Jorge Braga - Currency convertibility - The gold standard and beyond - London, N. York, Routledge: 204-227. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

(1996) “Lisbon-Oporto rivalry in the 19th and 20th centuries" in Pedro Telhado Pereira and Maria Eugénia Mata (eds), Urban dominance and labour-market differentiation of a European capital city: Lisbon 1890-1990Massachussets, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 123-150.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/ctg/Urban-Dominance-and-Labour-Market-Differentiation-European-Capital-City-Lisbon-1890-1990-Kluwer-/87266465.

 

PRE (1996) “A century of urbanisation in Portugal and Europe: Some international comparisons" in Pedro Telhado Pereira and Maria Eugénia Mata (eds),  Urban dominance and labour-market differentiation of a European capital city: Lisbon 1890-1990Massachussets, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 173-186. (Co-author: Pedro Telhado Pereira).

http://www.ebay.co.uk/ctg/Urban-Dominance-and-Labour-Market-Differentiation-European-Capital-City-Lisbon-1890-1990-Kluwer-/87266465.

 

Chapters in Portuguese books (INV for invited contribution, PRE for Peer-Reviewed Edition)

INV (2016) “Discussing pricing systems for railroad services in Europe in the 1880s”, Homenagem a Fátima Sequeira Dias, Universidade dos Açores: 393-406.

 

(2011) “Justificação da Nova Edição da Obra”, “Prefácio”, in Da Bolsa e Suas Operações, Ruy Ennes Ulrich, Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, 2nd edition, reviewed and augmented (1st edition 1906): 7-14; 15-28, Co-authors: José Rodrigues da Costa; David Justino. ISBN: 978-989-26-0131-1. http://bibliotecas.utl.pt/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=460293

 

INV (2010) “Apresentação” in CP Comboios de Portugal, REFER Rede Ferroviária Nacional 1910-2010 O Caminho-de-Ferro em Portugal, CP Comboios de Portugal, Lisbon, REFER Rede Ferroviária Nacional: 7-11.

 

INV (2009) “A questão Financeira”, in Maria Fernanda Rollo (ed.). História da Primeira RepúblicaPortuguesa, Lisbon, Tinta-da-China: 191-202.

 

INV (2006) “As lentas transformações fiscais da época da Regeneração”, in Valério (et al.) eds., Os impostos no Parlamento Português, Sistemas Fiscais e Doutrinas fiscais nos séculos XIX e XX, Lisbon, D. Quixote: 49-83.

 

INV (2006) “A primeira reforma fiscal da República”, in Valério (et al.) eds., Os impostos no Parlamento Português, Sistemas Fiscais e Doutrinas fiscais nos séculos XIX e XX, Lisbon, D. Quixote: 84-98.

 

INV (2006) “A discussão Parlamentar dos Orçamentos da Regeneração à República”, in Valério (et al.) eds., Os orçamentos no Parlamento Português, Sistemas Fiscais e Doutrinas fiscais nos séculos XIX e XX, Lisbon, D. Quixote: 63-120.

 

INV (2005) “O capital na economia Portuguesa do século XIX”, História Económica de Portugal, 1700-2000, Pedro Lains, A. Silva (eds.), vol.2, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais: 153-187.

 

INV (2002) “As crises Financeiras no Portugal Contemporâneo: Uma perspectiva de Conjunto”, in Sérgio Campos Matos (ed.) Crises em Portugal nos séculos XIX e XX, Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon: 33-55.

 

INV (2001) “Finanças Públicas” in Nuno Valério (ed.), Estatísticas Históricas Portuguesas, Lisbon, INE: 657-712.

 

INV (2001) “Sistemas fiscais e Reformas fiscais “, Nuno Valério (ed.), As Finanças Públicas no Parlamento Português, Edições Afrontamento, Porto: 89-108.

 

INV (1995) “Estabilidade monetária, disciplina orçamental e desempenho económico em Portugal desde 1854", in Jorge Braga de Macedo, Barry Eichengreen and Jaime Reis (eds.), Convertibilidade cambial, Banco de Portugal; Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento, Lisbon: 259-284. (Co-author)

 

INV (1994) “Public finance and monetary evolution in Portugal", in Jorge Braga de Macedo, Barry Eichengreen and Jaime Reis (eds.), Historical perspectives on the gold standard: Portugal and the worldBanco de Portugal, Lisbon: 1-21.

 

INV (1989) “As três fases do fontismo: projectos e realizações", in Joaquim Romero de Magalhães (et al.) eds., Estudos e ensaios – Em homenagem a Vitorino Magalhães Godinho, Livraria Sá da Costa Editora, Lisbon: 412-439.

 

Scientific articles in Blind Peer Reviewed Journals (PRJ)

PRJ (2016) "Analysis of global terrorism dynamics by means of entropy and state space portrait", Nonlinear Dynamics, Springer, Impact factor 2.8, (co-authors: José Tenreiro Machado; Antonio M. Lopes). http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11071-016-2778-1

 

PRJ (2016) “Serving SMEs via the Stock Exchange: Historical Lessons from the Lisbon Exchange,” Journal of Economic Issues, September 2016 (Volume 50, Number 3): 851-871. Co-author: José Rodrigues da Costa). Impact factor 0.32. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00213624.2016.1213593

 

PRJ (2015) “Fractional State Space Analysis of Economic Systems”, Entropy 2015, 17(8), 5402-5421; Special Issue Complex and Fractional Dynamics, doi:10.3390/e17085402 (registering DOI), (co-authors: José Tenreiro Machado; Antonio M. Lopes).  http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/17/8/5402.

Impact factor 1.502.

 

 PRJ (2015) “Darwinian Natural Selection or Political Interference? A Political Economic History of the Lisbon Stock Exchange”, Journal of Private Enterprise, 30 (1): 89-105. (Co-authors: José Rodrigues da Costa, David Justino). Impact factor 0.2. http://journal.apee.org/index.php?title=Private.Enterprise.v30.n1.2015.Spring_parte5.pdf

 

PRJ (2015) “Analysis of World Economic Variables Using Multidimensional Scaling  PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0121277 March 26, 2015 (co-author: José Tenreiro Machado).Impact factor 3.5. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0121277

 

 PRJ (2015) "Multidimensional Scalling Analysis of the World Economy During the Period 1972-2012” Acta Polytechnica Hungarika, vol. 12 (1): 67-82 (co-author: José Tenreiro Machado). Impact factor 0.47. http://epa.oszk.hu/02400/02461/00055/pdf/EPA02461_acta_polytechnica_hungarica_2015_01_TenreiroMachado_Mata.pdf
 
PRJ (2015) "A Fractional Perspective to the Bond Graph Modelling of World Economies", Nonlinear Dynamics, Springer, vol  80 (4):1839–1852 (co-author: José Tenreiro Machado). Impact factor 2.8, Springer, DOI 10.1007/s11071-014-1334-0.
 
PRJ (2014) "Pseudo Phase Plane and Fractional Calculus Modelling of Western Global Economic Downturn”, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Elsevier, (co-author: José Tenreiro Machado). DOI: 10.1016/j.cnsns.2014.08.032 Impact factor 2.57
http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S1007570414004341

 

 (PRJ) (2013) "Multidimensional Scaling Analysis of the Dynamics of a Country Economy," The Scientific World Journal: Volume 2013, Article ID 594587. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/594587. Co-author: J. A. Tenreiro Machado. http://www.hindawi.com/journals/tswj/2013/594587/

 

PRJ (2013), “From Finance to Management: Rui Ennes Ulrich, a Portuguese scholar of the Early Twentieth Century”, Business History, DOI: 10.1080/00076791.2013.809525 Co-author: José Rodrigues da Costa. Impact factor 0.71 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00076791.2013.809525

 

 (PRJ) (2012) ‘Historical influences on the pricing of rail services: The contribution of Severim de Azevedo in Portugal ’ International Journal of Management. (Dec 2012, vol 29, no 4): 464-473.

http://www.questia.com/read/1P3-2859770271/historical-influences-on-the-pricing-of-rail-services

 

PRJ (2012) "Europe at the Crossroads of Economic Integration: Multidimensional Scaling 
Analysis of the period 1970-2010" Economies et Sociétés Série AF (Série AF Histoire Economique Quantitative) n°45, 8/2012: 1553-1577. Co-author: José Tenreiro Machado.

 

 (PRJ) (2012) “Estimating the Portuguese Average Cost of Capital " Historische Sozialforschung, Historical Social Research. An International Journal for the Application of Formal Methods to History" (Section'Cliometrics'), nº 140, Vol. 37 (2012) 2: 326-361. Co-authors: José Rodrigues da Costa, David Justino. Impact factor 0.19

 

PRJ (2011) “US Equity Return Premium of 8.5 Percent Is not Necessarily Unique: Portugal, 1978-2009” Journal of Business and Economics, Co-authors: José Rodrigues da Costa, and David Justino, vol 2, nº 7: 512-525.

 

PRJ (2011) “Stock exchanges. How to meet the needs of our customers?”, Banks and Bank

Systems, Co-author: José Rodrigues da Costa, Volume 6, Issue 3, 2011: 106-120.

http://businessperspectives.org/journals_free/bbs/2011/BBS_en_2011_3_Mata.pdf

 

PRJ (2011) “Portugal’s 1974 Carnation Revolution and nationalizations: the effects on the Lisbon Stock-Exchange”, Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte (Journal of Business History), Co-author: José Rodrigues da Costa, vol. 56/1:29-47. http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/zeitschriften/ausgabe=6123

 

PRJ (2010)"L’Influence de L’école des Ponts et Chaussées: La Contribution de l’Économiste Portugais Severim de Azevedo sur les tarifs des Chemins de Fer”, Révue d’Histoire des Chemins de Fer, 42-43 (2010), p. 253-273. http://rhcf.revues.org/

 

PRJ (2010) “Portuguese Public Debt and Financial Business Before WWI”, Business and Economic Horizons, 3: 10- 27. http://ideas.repec.org/a/pdc/jrnbeh/v3y2010i3p10-27.html

 

PRJ (2010) “Environmental Challenge in the Canning Industry (The Portuguese case-study of the early twentieth century)”, Historische Sozialforschung,Historical (Social Research. An International Journal for the Application of Formal Methods to History), vol 35, nº 4: 351-376. Impact dactor 0.19.

http://www.anthro.uni-goettingen.de/gk/download/HSR_35_4_komplett.pdf

 

PRJ (2010) “As small events may have large long-run effects on business perspectives (Portugal, 1940s)” Problems & Perspectives in Management, Volume 8, Issue 3, 2010: 17-31. Winner of Oliveira Marques Prize for the best 2010 Portuguese History article, from the Association of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies.

http://businessperspectives.org/journals_free/ppm/2010/PPM_EN_2010_03_Mata.pdf

 

PRJ (2009) “Large Portuguese firms from the Marshall Plan to EFTA: Early stirrings of Managerial Capitalism?” Imprese e Storia, 38: 121-153. http://dipeco.economia.unimib.it/impreseestoria/ENG/issues/38_2009.html

 

PRJ (2009) “Managerial strategies in canning industries: The Portuguese case-study of the early twentieth centuryBusiness History, Vol. 51, No. 1, January 2009, 45–58. Impact factor 0.71

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00076790802602180#preview

 

PRJ (2008) “As bees attracted to honey: Transport and Job Mobility in Portugal, (1890-1950s)”, Journal of Transport History, v. 29, nº2 (Sept 2008): 173-192. http://docserver.ingentaconnect.com/deliver/connect/manup/00225266/v29n2/s2.pdf?expires=1428060524&id=81365641&titleid=75002206&accname=Guest+User&checksum=DB1912A11FE4CE669EDEE869BE010982

 

PRJ (2008) “A Reversal In The History of Tariffs in Economic Growth? The Cases of Brazil and Portugal”,

 Estudos Econômicos (Journal of Economics of the University of São Paulo), v 38, 3 (Sept. 2008): 2-32. Co-author: Joseph Love (University of Illinois). http://www.helsinki.fi/iehc2006/papers2/Mata.pdf

 

PRJ (2008) “The role of implicit contracts (Building Public Works in the 1840s in Portugal”, Business History, Vol 50 nº 2 (March 2008): 145-160. Impact factor  0.71 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00076790701853421

 

PRJ Mata, M. E. (2008). “Moving to the coast: modern transports and industrial jobs” (Portugal, 1890-1950s). Journal of History of Transports, 29(2), 173-192.

 

PRJ (2007) “From Pioneer Mercantile State To Ordinary Fiscal State: Portugal 16th-19th Centuries”, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, XXV, nº 1, Spring 2007: 123-145. Current impact factor 0.25

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=6511452&fulltextType=RA&fileId=S0212610900000070

 

PRJ (2007) “Inter-racial marriage in the last Portuguese colonial empire”, e-Journal of Portuguese History, vol. 5, nº 1, Summer 2007: 1-22. http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Portuguese_Brazilian_Studies/ejph/html/issue9/pdf/mmata.pdf

 

PRJ (2007) “Cardinal Versus Ordinal Utility: António Horta Osório’s contribution”, The Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 29, nº 4, Dec 2007: 465-479. Impact factor 0.23 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=5805828&fulltextType=RA&fileId=S1053837200009986

 

PRJ (2007) “Foreign joint-stock companies operating in Portuguese colonies on the eve of the First World War”, South African Journal of Economic History, Vol 22, nº 1 and 2, Sep. 2007: 74-107.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10113430709511202

 

PRJ (2005) “O património portuário Lisboeta: Um espelho do seu papel histórico nos sonhos nacionais”, Designio (Journal of the History of Architecture and Urbanism, University of São Paulo), nº 4:41-50.

 

PRJ (2004) “The value of railways for Portuguese consumers on the eve of the First World War”, Transports, Services, Telecommunications, 7: 81-100 (Co-author: Lara Tavares).

 

PRJ (2003) “Finances publiques et structure de l’État au Portugal, XIXe-Xxe siècles. II – Impôts”, Économies et Sociétés, Série Histoire Économique Quantitative, 29, 1: 140-162 (Co-author: Nuno Valério). http://ideas.repec.org/a/afc/ecosoc/y2003i29p115-162.html

 

PRJ (2002) “António Horta Osório, Pareto’s Portuguese disciple” – Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, (Journal from the Michigan State University, USA), vol 20A: 17-34. http://books.emeraldinsight.com/display.asp?K=9780762308477

 

PRJ (2002) "Do Political Conditions Matter? Nineteenth-century Lisbon, A Case study” Portuguese Studies Review, (Journal from the Trent University, Canada), 10 (1): 12-25. http://www.trentu.ca/admin/publications/psr/10_1.html

 

PRJ (2001) “Economic ideas and policies in nineteenth-century Portugal”, Luso-Brazilian Review (University of Wisconsin), XXXVIII, II: 1-13.

 

PRJ (1991) "Portuguese economic growth 1835-1985: some comments on Pedro Lains' and Jaime Reis' doubts" – The Journal of European Economic History, volume 20, number 2: 455-458. (Co-authors: Ana Bela Nunes, Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1989) "Portuguese economic growth 1833-1985" – The Journal of European Economic History, volume 18, number 2. (Co-authors: Ana Bela Nunes, Nuno Valério).

 

Papers in National Peer Reviewed Journals (PRJ)

PRJ (2003) “As Finanças das Regiões Autónomas 1977-2000 Revista de História Económica e Social, 2nd series, no. 5: 99-110. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (2002) "Pensando um Leviatan?", Boletim de Ciências Económicas, vol. XLV-A: 963-995.

 

PRJ (2001) “As Finanças Constitucionais Portuguesas Entre as Duas Guerras Civis (1833-1845), Revista de História Económica e Social, 2nd series, no. 1: 135-144. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1999) “A Companhia das Obras Públicas de Portugal”, Estudos de Economia, vol. XIX, no. 1: 43-65.

 

PRJ (1999) “Indústria e emprego em Lisboa na segunda metade do século XIX”, Ler História, 37: 127-146.

 

PRJ (1998) "Sociedades anónimas: regulação e economia", Boletim de Ciências Económicas, vol. XLI: 3-26.

 

PRJ (1998) “Dívida externa e crescimento económico em Portugal (1830-1914), Notas Económicas, 11: 121-130. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1997) "História Económica e História do Pensamento Económico, Boletim de Ciências Económicas, vol. XL. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1993) "Order and progress or order versus progress? The Portuguese social dilemma of the mid 19th century", Estudos de Economia, vol XIII, no. 2115-128.

 

PRJ (1992) "O que sabemos sobre o crescimento económico português entre meados do século XIX e meados do século XX?", Estudos de Economia, volume XII, no. 2:233-237. ( Co-authors: Ana Bela Nunes, Nuno Valério)

 

PRJ(1991) "Actividade revolucionária no Portugal contemporâneo - uma perspectiva de longa duração", Análise Social, no. 112-113, volume XXVI: 755-769.

 

PRJ (1991) "Foreign public debt and economic growth in Portugal 1830-1985", Estudos de Economia, volume XI, no. 4: 421-432. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1991) "Exchange rate and exchange policy in Portugal 1891-1931 revisited", Estudos de Economia, volume XII, no. 1: 33-41.

 

PRJ (1990) "Conjuntura económica e conjuntura política em Portugal (1851-1910)", Economia, volume XIV, no. 1: 51-84.

 

PRJ (1988) "Apresentação", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 23: 1-2. (Co-author: David Justino)

 

PRJ(1988) "A contribuição predial, contribuição de repartição ou contribuição por quota", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 23: 115-131.

 

PRJ (1988) "O Fundo Especial de Amortização e o caminho-de-ferro do Norte", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 24: 77-87. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1986) "A dívida pública externa fundada de Portugal da guerra civil à regeneração", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 18: 75-90.

 

PRJ (1982) "O Banco de Portugal, único banco emissor 1891-1931", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 10: 49-69. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1979) "Normas de direito financeiro nas constituições portuguesas", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 3: 1-22. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1978) "Alguns dados e notas sobre o comércio europeu e mundial nos finais da século XVII ", Revista de História Económica e Social, no. 2: 105-122. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1976) "População activa e população na vida religiosa em Trás-os-Montes nos fins do século XVIII", Análise Social, no. 47, vol. XII. (Co-authors: José Pedro Silva Dias, Nuno Valério).

 

PRJ (1973) "Subsídios para o estudo da demografia de Trás-os-Montes nos fins do século XVIII", Economia e Finanças, vol. XLI. (Co-authors: José Pedro Silva Dias, Nuno Valério).

 

Papers in Conference proceedings (INV for invited contribution)

INV (2014) J. Tenreiro Machado, Maria Eugénia Mata, Analysis of World Economic Variables Using Multidimensional Scaling Technique , NSC'14 - 5th Conference on Nonlinear Science and Complexity, 4-9/Aug/2014, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China.

 

INV (2011) “Comentários à Intervenção de Prof. Guilherme Oliveira Martins, Presidente do Tribunal de Contas, sobre as finanças públicas portuguesas durante o período da República”, Actas do Congresso Internacional sobre o Centenário da República, Lisbon, Assembleia da República: 223-228.

 

INV (2003) “Pensamiento Economico en la Europa del Sur en el siglo XIX” – Actas 8º Congreso de Economía Regional de Castilla León, Junta de Castilla y León: 49-68.

 

Books (INV for invited contribution)

 

PR (2017) The Lisbon Stock Exchange in the twentieth century, Coimbra, Coimbra University Press. Forthcoming.

 

PR (2011) A Concise Economic History of Portugal (A comprehensive guide), Lisbon, (Co-author: Nuno Valério). Lisbon, Almedina. ISBN 978-972-40-4310-4.

 

PR (2002, 1994) História Económica de Portugal – Editorial Presença, Lisbon (2002, second edition; 1994, first edition). (Co-author: Nuno Valério)

http://www.presenca.pt/livro/nao-ficcao-e-ensaio/economia/historia-economica-de-portugal/?fz=OBRAS%2BDO%2BMESMO%2BAUTOR

 

INV (1996) História Económica e História do Pensamento Económico – Instituto de Formação Bancária, Lisbon. (Co-author: Nuno Valério)

 

PR (1993) As finanças públicas portuguesas da Regeneração à Primeira Guerra Mundial – Banco de Portugal, Economic History Series, no. 4, Lisbon.

 

PR (1987) Câmbios e política cambial na economia portuguesa 1891-1931 – Cadernos da Revista de História Económica e Social nº. 8. Livraria Sá da Costa Editora, Lisbon.

 

Entries in Dictionaries

INV (2016) “Banco de Portugal”, “Bancos e Seguradoras”, “Bolsa de Valores”, “Caixa Geral de Depósitos”, “Salários”, Dicionário de História de Portugal (1974-1976), editor, António Reis, Figueirinhas: 203-206; 207-215; 237-238; respectively.

 

INV (2013-14) “Balança de Pagamentos”, vol I: 355-59; “Caixa Geral de Depósitos”, vol I: 488-490 (co-author Nuno Valério); “Câmbios, e Política Cambial”, vol I: 507-511; “Contas Públicas”, vol I: 903-906; “Contribuição Industrial”, vol I: 906-07 (co-author Nuno Valério); “Crédit LyonnaisCrédit Franco-Portugais”, volI: 955-56; “Crises Económicas”, vol I: 971-72; “Crises Financeiras”, vol I: 972-73;  “Empréstimos Externos”, vol I: 1139-40; “Finanças Públicas”, vol II: 88-90; “Guedes, Armando Marques”, vol II: 226; “Guimarães, Vitorino Máximo de Carvalho”, vol II: 254-55; “Henry Burnay & Cª”, vol II: 268-271; “Impostos”, vol II: 340-44 (co-author Nuno Valério); “Intervenção do Estado na Economia”, vol II: 492-496; “Investimento”, vol II: 500-503; “Junta do Crédito Público”, vol II: 567-68; “Lei Travão”, vol II: 646; “Ministério das Finanças”, vol II: 906-09; “Pestana Junior, Manuel Gregório”, vol III: 260-61; “Queirós, Tomé José de Barros, vol III: 434-35; “Reforma Fiscal de 1911”, vol  III: 506-07; Rodrigues, Inocêncio de Jesus Camacho: 698-99; “Subsecretário de Estado das Finanças”, vol III: 923; “Transportes Rodoviários”, vol III: 992-94; “Tribunal de Contas”, vol III: 1005-06. In Maria Fernanda Rollo e outros (editores), Dicionário da História da Primeira República e do Republicanismo, Lisboa: Assembleia da República, 3 volumes, 2013-2014 .

 

INV (2013) “Banco Colonial e Agrícola Português”, “Banco de Angola”, “Bank of London and South América”, “Companhia Confiança Nacional”, in Miguel Figueira de Faria and José Amado Mendes (ed.) Dicionário de História Empresarial, Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda, vol I, ISBN 978-972-27-2221-6: 76-77, 139-143, 407-08, 554-556, respectively.

INV (2011) “Política Financeira Portuguesa”, in João Ferreira do Amaral, José Maria Brandão de Brito, Maria Fernanda Rollo (organizers.) Portugal e a Europa – Dicionário: Sessenta anos de cooperação, vinte anos de adesão, Lisboa, Tinta da China, 2011, ISBN 978-989-671-088-0: 634-643.

INV (1999) “Preços"; “Rendimento",2013 in Maria Filomena Mónica and António Barreto (eds.), Dicionário de História de Portugal, suplemento, Iniciativas Editoriais, Lisbon: 141, 238-239, respectively.

 

Other Publications (INV for invited contribution)

INV (2013) “A Economia Portuguesa no Primeiro Quartel do Século XX”, Boletim dos Amigos do Museu de Penafiel, nº 3, Dez 2013: 9-11.

 

INV (2012) “Quando Portugal chegou à bancarrota”, Visão, nº 15, Março: 18-21.

 

INV (2011) “O Escudo”, Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda, CNCR, (Co-author: Nuno Valério). Exhibition catalogue (70 pages). ISBN 978-972-27-1964-3.

 

INV(2005) “Comentários”, Saber Continuar (Jorge Borges de Macedo), Lisboa, Instituto Diplomático: 119-123.

 

INV (1999) “O mercado de emprego em Lisboa – A cidade dos serviços há cem anos” – Economia Pura, II, nº 14: 100-103.

 

INV (1996) "Norte e Sul versus litoral e interior" – Revista Nova Economia, 12.

 

INV (1978) EconomiaHigh School textbook for the 10th grade – Ministério da Educação, Lisbon. (Co-authors: António Lopes Vieira, Nuno Valério).

 

INV (1977) Introdução à EconomiaHigh School text book for the 9th grade – Ministério da Educação, Lisbon. (Co-authors: António Lopes Vieira, Nuno Valério).

 

International Editorship

 (2002) Economic Thought and Policy in less developed Europe – The nineteenth century Routledge Studies in History of Economics, London. (Co-editor: Michallis Psalidopoulos)

 

(1996) Urban dominance and labour market differentiation of a European capital city: Lisbon 1890s-1990s, Kluwer Publishers, Boston, London, Dordrecht. (Co-editor: Pedro Telhado Pereira)

 

Portuguese Editorship

(2011) Da Bolsa e Suas Operações, Ruy Ennes Ulrich, Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, 2nd edition, reviewed and augmented (1st edition 1906), Co-editors: José Rodrigues da Costa, David Justino. ISBN: 978-989-26-0131-1.

 

 (1989) Estudos e ensaios: in honor of Vitorino Magalhães Godinho – Sá da Costa, Lisbon. (Co-editors: Joaquim Romero de Magalhães, David Justino, Nuno Valério).

 

(1988) Revista de História Económica e SocialNumber 23 of the first series on Fontes Pereira de Melo's epoch. (Co-editor: David Justino).

 

Working papers

(2009) “Portuguese Average Cost of Capital”, SSRN FEUNL Working Paper Series No 543 available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1498327

 

(2000) “Séries meteorológicas para o território Português” – Gabinete de História Económica e Social, Instituto Superior de Economia, DT/WP no. 18. (Co-author: Nuno Valério)

(2000) “Indicadores físicos da produção das indústrias transformadoras em Portugal” – Gabinete de História Económica e Social, Instituto Superior de Economia, DT/WP no. 17. (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

(1998) “Indústria e emprego em Lisboa” – Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Working Paper no. 330.

 

(1995) "Economic ideas and economic policy in Portugal in the 19th century", Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Working Paper no. 243.

 

(1992) "A Companhia das Obras Públicas de Portugal", Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Working Paper no. 186.

 

(1984) "A unidade monetária portuguesa face à libra 1891-1931", Faculdade de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Working Paper no. 22.

 

Exhibitions

(2011) “O Escudo”, Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda, CNCR, (Co-author: Nuno Valério).

 

Forthcoming (approved) Works (PRJ for Peer-reviewed journal, PRE for Peer-reviewed edition, INV for Invited)

PR (2017) The Lisbon Stock Exchange in the twentieth century, Coimbra, Coimbra University Press.