Ana Fontoura Gouveia
Ana Fontoura Gouveia
Professor Auxiliar Convidado

Doutoramento em Economia - Nova SBE

  • Gouveia, Ana Fontoura, Monteiro, Gustavo, Santa, Silvia Fonte (2019). Product markets' deregulation: a more productive, more efficient and more resilient economy?. HACIENDA PUBLICA ESPANOLA-REVIEW OF PUBLIC ECONOMICS, 230 (3), 125-155.
  • Gouveia, A.F. (2017). Political support for reforms of the pension system: two experiments. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 16 (3), 371-394.
  • Gouveia, A.F., Fernandes, Ana Filipa (2017). Structural reforms and long-term growth – a model based analysis. Boletim Mensal de Economia Portuguesa, (9), 35-46.
  • Gouveia, A.F. (2017). The political economy of pension systems with low‑skilled labor mobility: a cross‑country analysis. Notas económicas, (45), 27-48.
  • Fernandes, Marli, Santos, Sílvia, Gouveia, A.F. (2016). The empirics of agglomeration economies: the link with productivity. Boletim Mensal de Economia Portuguesa, 2016 (September), 1-11.
  • Gouveia, A.F., Santos, Sílvia, Herber, Corinna (2016). The impact of structural reforms of the judicial system: a survey. Boletim Mensal de Economia Portuguesa, 2016 (Junho), 1-35.
  • Gouveia, Ana Fontoura (2018). Completing the economic and monetary union: What economic and fiscal governance?. Challenges and Opportunities for Eurozone Governance. 121-143.
  • Gouveia, Ana Fontoura, Osterhold, Christian (2018), (Published). Fear the walking dead: Zombie firms, spillovers and exit barriers.
  • Correia, Hugo, Gouveia, A.F. (2017), (E-pub ahead of print). Is deregulation of product and labour markets promoting employment and productivity?: A difference-in-differences approach.
  • Gouveia, Ana Fountoura, Santos, Sílvia, Gonçalves, Inês (2017), (Published). The impact of structural reforms on productivity: the role of the distance to the technological frontier.
  • Monteiro, Gustavo, Gouveia, A.F., Santos, Sílvia (2017), (E-pub ahead of print). Product markets’ deregulation: a more productive, more efficient and more resilient economy?.