Sustainable Energy Systems | ISEG Faculty
The origin of the School of Economics and Management (ISEG) goes back to the Commercial Lecture Hall, created in 1759. In 1989 the Technical University was granted administrative, financial, pedagogical and scientific autonomy. Hereafter the ISE became known as the School of Economics and Management (ISEG).
Assistant Professor, ISEG/ULisboa
Research Area(s): Environmental Valuation; Economics of Conservation; Sustainable Management of Natural Resources.
Assistant Professor, Dep. of Economics, ISEG/ULisboa
Research Area(s): Game Theory, Matching Theory, Auction Theory, Networks, Experimental Economics.
Aggregate Professor, Dept. of Economics, ISEG/ULisboa Degree: D.Phil (1993) at the University of York, UK Post-Doctoral Course at Harvard University in Macroeconomic Management (1995)
Research Area(s): Credit, Asymmetric Information and Microeconomics; Financial Markets; Growth and Development Economics.