Latest issue of the Portuguese Economic Journal
Volume 18, Issue 1, February 2019.

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"Who should you vote for? Empirical evidence from Portuguese local governments" by Ricardo D. Gabriel.
"An empirical note about estimation and forecasting Latin American Forex returns volatility: the role of long memory and random level shifts components" by Gabriel Rodríguez, Junior A. Ojeda Cunya, José Carlos Gonzáles Tanaka.
"Analysis of consumer preferences for information and expert opinion using a discrete choice experiment" by Tiago Ribeiro, Armando Corsi, Larry Lockshin, Jordan Louviere, Simone Mueller Loose.
"A comparative study of several bootstrap-based tests for the volatility in continuous-time diffusion models" by Tianshun Yan, Liping Zhang.
"FDI, income inequality and poverty: a time series analysis of Portugal, 1973-2016" by Aurora A. C. Teixeira, Ana Sofia Loureiro.
"Portfolio selection in euro area with CAPM and Lower Partial Moments models" by José Soares da Fonseca.
"Does monetary integration lead to income convergence in Africa? a study of the CFA monetary area" by Souleymane Ndao, Nikolay Nenovsky, Kiril Tochkov.
"Anticipating the location of a waste collection point: an application based on Portugal" by Vítor M. Ribeiro, Mario Pezzino.

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