Luís Bernardes

Assistant Professor

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PhD in Economics, Columbia University, New York, USA (1998). Degree in Economics, Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon (1989).

(1998–present) Assistant Professor, Institute of Management and Health Organizations, Regional Center of Viseu, Catholic University of Portugal (UCP).

(1998-2011) Visiting Professor, Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, UCP, Lisbon.

(1998-2011) Visiting Professor, Escola Superior Naval, Almada.

(1995-1998) Lecturer, Columbia University.

2017 COTEC Portugal consultant on the study: “The performance of innovative SMEs. Study on the economic and financial impact of innovation”.

(2006–2016) Economic Adviser to the President of the Republic.

(2005–2013) Senior Economist at the Center for Studies on the Conjuncture of the Portuguese Economy, UCP, Lisbon.

(2003–2006) Deputy President of the Regional Center of Beiras and Member of the Financial Management Council of the Catholic University of Portugal.

(2002–2005) Economic Deputy in the Office of the Prime Minister of the XV and XVI Constitutional Governments.

(2000–2006) Chairman of the Fiscal Council of União Desportiva de Leiria, SAD.

"Prospect theory" e a velocidade ideal da liberalização económica: uma análise crítica das conclusões do banco mundial

Luís Bernardes (with Luis G. Bernardes). 1998. Gestão e Desenvolvimento

A heurística da disponibilidade e a identificação do ciclo económico: uma análise baseada nos dados de confiança dos consumidores em Portugal

Luís Bernardes (with Luís Bernardes). 2018. Gestão e Desenvolvimento

Aversão às perdas no comportamento do consumidor e a dinâmica de curto prazo dos preços das habitações

Luís Bernardes (with Luis Guilherme Bernardes). 2001. Gestão e Desenvolvimento

Dani RODRIK, Has Globalization Gone Too Far?, Washington, D. C., lnstitute for Intemational Economics, 1997, 108 p.

Luís Bernardes (with Luis Bernardes). 1999. Gestão e Desenvolvimento

Reference-dependent preferences and the speed of economic liberalization

Luís Bernardes (with Bernardes, L.G.). 2003.