NOVA School of Business and Economics (NOVA SBE)

Research interests

Maria Eugénia Mata is Associate Professor at the Faculdade de Economia of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Nova SBE, teaching Economic History, History of Globalization, and History of Economic Thought.

Visiting scholar, Brown University, Rhode Island, 2000. 
Alfred Chandler Jr. Scholar, The Harvard Business School, 2007. 
Oliveira Marques Prize, by the Association of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, 2010.

She is the author of many chapters in international books, and articles in scientific journals (Historical Social Research, Imprese e Storia, Business History, Journal of Transport History, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, The Journal of the History of Economic Thought, South African Journal of Economic History, Économies et Sociétés, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Portuguese Studies Review, The Journal of European Economic History, among others).

Ex-President of the Portuguese Economic and Social History Association, she is the author or editor of some books: Câmbios e política cambial na economia portuguesa 1891-1931, 1987; Estudos e ensaios: in honour of Vitorino Magalhães Godinho, 1989 (Co-editor); As finanças públicas portuguesas da Regeneração à Primeira Guerra Mundial, BP, 1993; Urban dominance and labour market differentiation of a European capital city: Lisbon 1890s-1990s, Kluwer, 1996 (Co-editor); Economic Thought and Policy in less developed Europe, The nineteenth century, Routledge 2002 (Co-editor); A Concise Economic History of Portugal, 2011 (Co-author); Da Bolsa e Suas Operações, Ruy Ennes Ulrich (1st edition 1906), IUC, 2011, co-editor.

Current research interests include: Economic, Business, and Financial History; History of Economic Thought.

Research output

  1. Dynamical analysis of the global business-cycle synchronization

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  2. Entropy analysis of monetary unions

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