Latest issue of the Portuguese Economic Journal
Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2020.

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"Directed technical change and environmental quality" by Óscar Afonso, Liliana Fonseca, Manuela Magalhães & Paulo B. Vasconcelos.
"Model for measuring carrying capacity in inhabited tourism destinations" by Asunción Fernández-Villarán, Nagore Espinosa, Marina Abad, Ana Goytia.
"Drivers of exceptional job creation - a dynamic probit approach using Portuguese firm-level data" by Francisco Rodrigues, Nuno Tavares, Gabriel Osório de Barros.
"Financial soundness of single versus dual banking system: explaining the role of Islamic banks" by Nosheen, Abdul Rashid.
"Measuring the economic contribution of tourism to destinations within an input-output framework: some methodological issues" by Andrés Artal-Tur, José Miguel Navarro-Azorín, José María Ramos-Parreño.
"Qualifications, job mismatch, and workers with disabilities" by Kihong Park.
"Analyzing the duration of IPOs from offering to listing using the Cox proportional hazards model" by Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz, Zachary Alexander Smith.
"Dynamic spillover effects among tourism, economic growth and macro-finance risk factors" by Syed Jawad Hussain Shahzad, Román Ferrer.

14th Annual Meeting of the Portuguese Economic Journal
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Consultaccount Award 2019
The Consultaccount Award for the best paper presented by a PhD student at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Portuguese Economic Journal was conferred to Ana Oliveira (U. Porto, Portugal) for The Labor Share Meets Industrial Organization: Behavior Under Endogenous Growth and Market Structure. The award consisted of a certificate and a pecuniary prize in the amount of EUR 750.

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