Latest issue of the Portuguese Economic Journal
Volume 16, Issue 3, December 2017.



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"How many educated workers for your economy? European targets, optimal public spending, and labor market impact" by Isabelle Lebon, Thérèse Rebière.
"Determinants of the income velocity of money in Portugal: 1891-1998" by Ana Bela Nunes, Miguel St. Aubyn, Nuno Valério, Rita Martins de Sousa.
"Rank-based poverty measures and poverty ordering with an application to Tunisia" by Naouel Chtioui, Mohamed Ayadi.
"The Dutch disease revisited: absorption constraint and learning by doing" by Roberto Iacono.
"Momentum meets value investing in a small European market" by Júlio Lobão, Marcos Azeredo.



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Portuguese Economy Research Report
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