Carlos Santos
Carlos Santos
Assistant Professor

Carlos Daniel Santos is an Assistant Professor at Nova SBE and co-director of the Data Science Knowledge Center. His main interests are in marketing and industrial organization. Current projects include an examination of the role of customer behavior and its impact on firms’ strategies. He holds a PhD from LSE and has previously been an Assistant Professor at the University of Alicante, Tilburg University, and a Faculty Fellow at MIT. His work received several awards: including the EARIE Young Economist Essay Award and the ZEW Heinz Konig Young Scholar Award. He currently teaches Marketing Analytics (Msc.), Methods for Applied Business (Msc.), Big Data Analysis (Msc.), and Econometrics (Ph.D.).

Ph.D. in Economics; LSE

MSc. In Economics; LSE

BSc. in Economics; ISEG-UTL

Marketing. The role of customer markets on firm strategies, including pricing, investment, innovation and product development.

  • Franco, Sofia F., Santos, Carlos Daniel (2021). The impact of Airbnb on residential property values and rents: evidence from Portugal. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 88.
  • Santos, Carlos Daniel (2020). Identifying demand shocks from production data. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 38 (1), 93-106.
  • Santos, Carlos Daniel (2020). Online word-of-mouth and market structure. Portuguese Economic Journal, 19 (3), 267-283.
  • Santos, Carlos Daniel (2017). Sunk costs of R&D, trade and productivity: The Moulds industry case. The Economic Journal, 127 (603), 1626-1664.
  • Santos, Carlos Daniel(2020), (SSRN Electronic Journal), An aggregation method for large-scale dynamic games.
  • Franco, Sofia F., Santos, Carlos Daniel, Long, Rafel(2019), (SSRN Electronic Journal), The impact of Airbnb on residential property values and rents: evidence from Portugal.
  • Santos, Carlos Daniel, Costa, Luus F., Brito, Paulo B.(2016), (SSRN Electronic Journal), Demand, supply and markup fluctuations.