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João Cerejeira
Ph.D in Economics (European University Institute)
Department of Economics
 
  Assistant Professor
  joao.cerejeira@eeg.uminho.pt
   253604587 , 253 604 587
PhD in Economics at the European University Instutitute (Florence). Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, EEG - UMinho. Member of the Economic Policies Research Unit (NIPE). Teaching: Applied Econometrics, Labour Economics and Urban Economics.
From 2013 to 2015 was Vice-President of the EEG- UMinho and Executive Director of UMinho Exec.
Labour and Education Economics
Program Evaluation
Urban and Regional Economics
Selected publications
Sousa, R., Cerejeira, J., Portela, M., & Agante, E. (2018). EEE fees and the WEEE system – A model of efficiency and income in European countries. Waste Management, 79, 770–780. DOI
Alexandre, F., Bação, P., Cerejeira, J., & Portela, M. (2017). Exchange Rates, Employment and Labour Market Rigidity. World Economy, 40(5), 993–1011. DOI
Varejão, J., Cerejeira, J., & Portela, M. (2014). O Mercado de Trabalho. In F. Alexandre, P. Bação, P. Lains, M. M. F. Martins, M. Portela, & M. Simões (Eds.), A Economia Portuguesa na União Europeia: 1986 – 2010 (pp. 233–268). Coimbra: Actual Editora. DOI
Cerejeira, J., & Guimarães, P. (2012). The price of unobservables and the employer-size wage premium. Economics Letters, 117(3), 878–880. DOI
Alexandre, F., Bação, P., Cerejeira, J., & Portela, M. (2011). Employment and Exchange Rates: The Role of Openness and Technology. Open Economies Review, 22(5), 969–984. DOI
Data Analysis and Transferable Skills
Master's
Local and Regional Development
Bachelor
Sustainable Development and Digital Transformation
Master's
Dissertation
Master's
Applied Econometrics
Master's
Labour Economics and the Economics of Education
Master's
Research Methodology and Proposal in Economics
Master's
Methods for Social Economics
Master's
Option A2.1: Urban Economics
Bachelor
Multidisciplinary Project in International Business
Bachelor
Topics in Advanced in Labour Economics
Doctorate