Author

Name:
Francisco Veiga
Educations:
Ph D: U South Carolina, Economics, 1998
Bachelor: U Minho, Relações Internacionais, 1991
e-mail:
fjveiga@eeg.uminho.pt
URL:
http://www.eeg.uminho.pt/economia/fjveiga/
FCT research center:
Núcleo de Investigação em Políticas Económicas (2015)
REBIDES institution:
Universidade do Minho (2015)
Ideas:
http://ideas.repec.org/e/pve39.html
Researcher id:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-1784-2008
Articles 24:
Ranking: CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012). Institution: U Minho.

Public Spending and Growth: The Role of Government Accountability 23.87
Atsuyoshi Morozumi, Francisco Veiga
European Economic Review, vol. 89, 2016, p. 148-171.

Does Voter Turnout Affect the Votes for the Incumbent Government? 14.57
Rodrigo Martins, Francisco Veiga
European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 36, 2014, p. 274-286.

Government Size, Composition of Public Expenditure, and Economic Development 10.65
Susana Martins, Francisco Veiga
International Tax And Public Finance, vol. 21, 2014, p. 578-597.

Economic Performance and Turnout at National and Local Elections 17.07
Rodrigo Martins, Francisco Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 157, 2013, p. 429-448.

Economic Voting in Portuguese Municipal Elections 17.07
Francisco Veiga, Rodrigo Martins
Public Choice, vol. 155, 2013, p. 317-334.

Financial Globalization, Convergence and Growth: The Role of Foreign Direct Investment 16.93
Francisco Veiga, Delfim Gomes Neto
Journal of International Money and Finance, vol. 37, 2013, p. 161-186.

How Does Political Instability Affect Economic Growth? 14.57
Ari Aisen, Francisco Veiga
European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 29, 2013, p. 151-167.

Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers as Pork Barrel 17.07
Linda Veiga, Francisco Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 155, 2013, p. 335-353.

Election Results and Opportunistic Policies: A New Test of the Rational Political Business Cycle Model 11.38
Toke S. Aidt, Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 148, 2011, p. 21-44.

The Impact of Local and National Economic Conditions on Legislative Election Results 12.96
Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Applied Economics, vol. 42, 2010, p. 1727-1734.

Political Instability and Inflation Volatility 17.07
Ari Aisen, Francisco Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 135, 2008, p. 207-223.

The Political Economy of Seigniorage 21.69
Ari Aisen, Francisco Veiga
Journal of Development Economics, vol. 87, 2008, p. 29-50.

Why Do Stabilizations Fail? 12.06
Francisco Veiga
Journal Of Economic Policy Reform, vol. 11, 2008, p. 135-149.

Does Opportunism Pay Off? 16.4
Linda Veiga, Francisco Veiga
Economics Letters, vol. 96, 2007, p. 177-182.

Political Business Cycles at the Municipal Level 17.07
Linda Veiga, Francisco Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 131, 2007, p. 45-64.

Currency Substitution, Portfolio Diversification, and Money Demand 17.35
Miguel Lebre de Freitas, Francisco Veiga
Canadian Journal Of Economics, vol. 39, 2006, p. 719-743.

Does Political Instability Lead to Higher Inflation? A Panel Data Analysis 24.46
Ari Aisen, Francisco Veiga
Journal Of Money, Credit And Banking, vol. 38, 2006, p. 1379-1389.

Political Business Cycles in Local Employment: Evidence from Portugal 10.94
César Coelho, Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Economics Letters, vol. 93, 2006, p. 82-87.

Does IMF Support Accelerate Inflation Stabilization? 19.48
Francisco Veiga
Open Economies Review, vol. 16, 2005, p. 321-340.

Political Business Cycles and Inflation Stabilization 16.4
Vitor Castro, Francisco Veiga
Economics Letters, vol. 83, 2004, p. 1-6.

Popularity Functions, Partisan Effects, and Support in Parliament 13.09
Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Economics And Politics, vol. 16, 2004, p. 101-115.

The Determinants of Vote Intentions in Portugal 17.07
Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Public Choice, vol. 118, 2004, p. 341-364.

Delays of Inflation Stabilizations 26.17
Francisco Veiga
Economics And Politics, vol. 12, 2000, p. 275-295.

What Causes the Failure of Inflation Stabilization Plans? 33.85
Francisco Veiga
Journal of International Money and Finance, vol. 18, 1999, p. 169-194.

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