Maria Eugénia Mata is Associate Professor at the School of Economics and
Management of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
She teaches Economic History, History of Globalization, and History of Economic
Thought. Last works:
(2009) “Managerial strategies in canning industries: The Portuguese case-study of the
early twentieth century” Business History, Vol. 51, No. 1, January 2009, 45–58.
(2009) “Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Europe: Economic Growth and Economics” in
Garcia-Ruiz, J. L., (ed.), In honour of Gabriel Tortella, Madrid: 847-861.
(2008) “A Reversal In The History of Tariffs in Economic Growth? The Cases of
Brazil and Portugal”, Estudos Econômicos (Journal of Economics of the University of
São Paulo), v. 38, nº3 (Sept. 2008): 2-32.
(2008) “As bees attracted to honey: Transport and Job Mobility in Portugal, (18901950s)”, Journal of Transport History, v. 29, nº2 (Sept 2008): 173-192.
(2008) “The role of implicit contracts (Building Public Works in the 1840s in
Portugal)”, Business History, Vol 50 No 2 (March 2008): 145-160.
(2008) “A forgotten country in Globalisation? The role of foreign capital in nineteenthcentury Portugal” Margrit Müller; Timo Myllyntaus (eds.), Small European countries
responding to Globalisation and De-globalisation, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt
am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2008: 177-209. ISBN 3-03911-214-7/US-ISBN 08204-8907-7pb.
(2007) “From Pioneer Mercantile State To Ordinary Fiscal State: Portugal 16th-19th
Centuries”, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, XXV, nº 1,
Spring 2007: 123-145.
(2007) “Inter-racial marriage in the last Portuguese colonial empire”, e-Journal of
Portuguese History, vol. 5, n. 1, Summer 2007: 1-22.
(2007) “Cardinal Versus Ordinal Utility: António Horta Osório’s contribution”, The
Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 29, nº 4, Dec 2007: 465-479.

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