Author

Name:
Ana Camanho
Educations:
Ph D: Universidade de Warwick, Operational Research, 1999
Bachelor: Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Gestão e Engenharia Industrial, 1995
e-mail:
acamanho@fe.up.pt
URL:
http://www.fe.up.pt/si/funcionarios_geral.formview?P_CODIGO=241223
REBIDES institution:
Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia (2015)
Articles 8:

Benchmarking Clinical Practice in Surgery: Looking beyond Traditional Mortality Rates
Ricardo A S Castro, Pedro Nuno Oliveira, Maria Conceição Silva Portela, Ana Camanho, João Queiroz e Melo
Health Care Management Science, vol. 18, 2015, p. 431-443.

Measurement of Input-Specific Productivity Growth with an Application to the Construction Industry in Spain and Portugal
M. Kapelko, Isabel M. Horta, Ana Camanho, Alfons Lansink
International Journal of Production Economics, vol. 166, 2015, p. 64-71.

Assessing the Evolution of School Performance and Value-Added: Trends over Four Years
Maria Conceição Silva Portela, Ana Camanho, Abolfazl Keshvari
Journal Of Productivity Analysis, vol. 39, 2013, p. 1-14.

Performance Trends in the Construction Industry Worldwide: An Overview of the Turn of the Century
Isabel M. Horta, Ana Camanho, Jill Johnes, Geraint Johnes
Journal Of Productivity Analysis, vol. 39, 2013, p. 89-99.

Public Green Space Use and Consequences on Urban Vitality: An Assessment of European Cities
Miguel Nogueira Lopes, Ana Camanho
Social Indicators Research, vol. 113, 2013, p. 751-767.

Quality of Life Experienced by Human Capital: An Assessment of European Cities
Ana Camanho, Paulo Morais, Vera L. Migueis
Social Indicators Research, vol. 110, 2013, p. 187-206.

Performance Assessment of Construction Companies: A Study of Factors Promoting Financial Soundness and Innovation in the Industry
Ana Camanho, Isabel M. Horta, Jorge Moreira da Costa
International Journal of Production Economics, vol. 137, 2012, p. 84-93.

Data Envelopment Analysis and Malmquist Indices for Measuring Group Performance
Ana Camanho, Robert Dyson
Journal Of Productivity Analysis, vol. 26, 2006, p. 35-49.

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