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Paulo Marques

Integrated Researcher

research interests

Comparative Political Economy, Comparative Political Economy of Labour

Short Bio

Paulo Marques was born in 1984. Currently he is Invited Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Economy (ISCTE-IUL) and conducts his research at DINÂMIA'CET-IUL. He holds a PhD in Economics, awarded by ISCTE-IUL. His thesis was entitled: "Young People and Labour Market Segmentation in Europe: An Institutionalist Perspective". He conducts research on labour market issues, namely on labour market segmentation and labour market policies. His PhD thesis received two awards: António Simões Lopes Prize, awarded by the Portuguese Economics Association, and the Manuel Lopes Prize, awarded by IEFP (Portuguese Ministry of Labour). His master dissertation received two awards: Jacques Delors Prize, awarded by the European Information Centre Jacques Delors; and the Silva Leal Prize (honourable mention), awarded by the Portuguese State Secretariat for Social Security and ISCTE-IUL. An article he published together with Isabel Salavisa in the Socio-Economic Review received the António Dornelas Prize, awarded by GEP/MTSSS (Portuguese Ministry for Labour).

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