Articles in Journals
Model-Based Indicator for Employment Adjustment
Rigidity' (with Paulo Mota and Paulo Vasconcelos; Empirica; forthcoming.
'Labour Demand Research: Towards a
Better Match Between Better Theory and Better Data'
(with John T. Addison and
Pedro Portugal); Labour
Economics, 30: 4-11; 2014.
'Catastrophic Job Destruction' (with Anabela
Carneiro and Pedro Portugal), Journal of
Macroeconomics, 39 (Part B):
'Hysteresis in the Dynamics of Employment' (with
Paulo Mota and Paulo Vasconcelos),
Metroeconomica, 63(4): 661-692 (2012).
'Immigrants at New Destinations: How They Fare and
Why' (with Anabela Carneiro and Natércia Fortuna),
Journal of Population Economics, vol. 25:
'The Timing of Labor Demand' (with Ana Rute Cardoso
and Daniel S. Hamermesh), Annales d'Économie et
Statistique, 105-106: 15-34 (2012).
'Are Older Workers Worthy of Their Pay: An Empirical
Investigation of Worker-Productivity and Worker-Age
(with Ana Rute Cardoso and Paulo Guimarães), De
Economist, vol. 159: 95-111 (2011).
Dynamics and the Structure of Labor Adjustment
Costs’ (with Pedro Portugal), Journal of Labor
Economics, 25: 137-165 (2007).
'Employment, Pay and Discrimination in the Tourism
Industry’ (with Luís Delfim Santos), Tourism
Economics, 12: 225-240 (2007).
and Worker Flows in High Adjustment Cost Settings’,
Portuguese Economic Journal, 2: 37-51 (2003).
Chapters in Books
‘Operating Hours, Working Time and Employment in
Portugal’ (with Alberto Castro), in
Contributions to Economics: Operating Hours and
Working Times, Lei Delsen, Derek Bosworth, Hermann
Gross and Rafael Bustillo (eds.). Springer Verlag
Workers to Jobs in the Fast Lane: The Operation of
Fixed-term Contracts’ (with Pedro Portugal), in
R. Gómez-Salvador, Ana Lamo, Barbara Petrongolo,
Melanie Ward and Etienne Wasmer (eds.), Labour
Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe,
Celtenham: Edward Elgar (2006).
is Part-time Work So Low in Portugal and Spain?’
(with Margarida Ruivo and Pilar González), in
“Part-time Prospects”, Jacqueline O’ Reilly e
Colette Fagan (eds.), Routledge, Londres (1998).