Miguel Rocha de Sousa holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Évora (Portugal) and a Bsc and Msc in Economics from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal. Currently he is Assistant Professor and Economics Department Head (Évora), after having taught at Nova, and having been visiting professor at University of Dili, East Timor, and Methodist University, Luanda, Angola. He is a researcher of the Centre for Political Studies (Univ. Minho and Univ. Évora) and a collaborator at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Management and Economics (CEFAGE-UE). His areas of research are Economic Development, International Macroeconomics, and Quantitative Methods in Economics and International Relations, with a focus on Latin America and Europe. Some of his research has been presented at MIT, OECD, University of Chicago and Northwestern University. He is Vice-executive president of Research Committee 35 (Technology and Development) of International Political Science Association (IPSA), and Associate of Society for Advancement of Socio Economics (SASE), American Economic Association (AEA) and Associação para o Desenvolvimento Económico e Social (SEDES). He has recently co-edited: (2017) Globalization and Agriculture: Redefining Unequal Development.

Miguel Rocha de Sousa CEFAGE & CICP and Universidade de Évora (Department of Economics), Évora, Portugal

Miguel Rocha de Sousa holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Évora (Portugal) and a Bsc and Msc in Economics from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal. Currently he is Assistant Professor and Economics Department Head (Évora), after having taught at Nova, and having been visiting professor at University of Dili, East Timor, and Methodist University, Luanda, Angola. He is a researcher of the Centre for Political Studies (Univ. Minho and Univ. Évora) and a collaborator at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Management and Economics (CEFAGE-UE). His areas of research are Economic Development, International Macroeconomics, and Quantitative Methods in Economics and International Relations, with a focus on Latin America and Europe. Some of his research has been presented at MIT, OECD, University of Chicago and Northwestern University. He is Vice-executive president of Research Committee 35 (Technology and Development) of International Political Science Association (IPSA), and Associate of Society for Advancement of Socio Economics (SASE), American Economic Association (AEA) and Associação para o Desenvolvimento Económico e Social (SEDES). He has recently co-edited: (2017) Globalization and Agriculture: Redefining Unequal Development.

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