List in reverse chronological order of the titles of 57 publications in English
Titles are numbered from a list of 473 writings, with information about revisions and reprints: entry numbers in bold refer to 103 publications in English and entry numbers in italics refer to 145 publications in other languages. This includes working papers without an ISBN number even if they are available on line, edited volumes and reprinted items (list excluding those items available here) but excludes articles published in newspapers (list of 199 available here).
Selected lists arranged by type and area are also available, always referring to the entry from the complete list (which is only translated into English after 2000), together with yearly totals and 5 year averages.
464. Reform complementarity and policy coordination in Europe: a view from Portugal, CIGI Policy Paper nº 312, June 2017.
451. Cape Verde and Mozambique as Development Successes in Sub Saharan African (with Luis Brites Pereira), African successes, Volume IV, edited by Sebastian Edwards, Simon Jonhson and David N. Weil, University of Chicago Press for NBER, 2016, pp. 203-294
440. Writing to Queens while Crises Proceed In memory of Manuel Jacinto Nunes, IICT e CG&G, 2nd edition, 2015.
403. Are complementary reforms a "luxury" in developing countries? (com Joaquim Oliveira Martins e Bruno Rocha), Journal of Comparative Economics 2014, vol. 42, issue 2, pages 417-435
389. Open economy dynamics: selected papers by Pentti Kouri, editor (with Urho Lempinen), Helsinki: Taloustieto, 2011, 400 pp
388. Global crisis and national policy responses: together alone? Reprint from Ética, Crise e Sociedade edited by Michel Renaud and Gonçalo Marcelo, V.N. Famalicão, Húmus, 2011, pp.91-159
377. How globalisation improves governance (with Federico Bonaglia and Maurizio Bussolo), in Linda Yueh (editor), The Law and Economics of Globalisation, Edward Elgar, 2009, pp. 193-224
371. Comparing Exchange Market Pressure across Five African Countries (with Luís Brites Pereira and Afonso Mendonça Reis), Open Economies Review, Volume 20, Issue 5 (2009), Page 645
355. Financial Reputation and Foreign Exchange Markets: The Pataca in comparison with the Cabo Verde Escudo and other Exotic Currencies (with Luís Brites Pereira), Foreign Trade Law in the context of China relations with Portuguese Speaking Countries, University of Macau, 2007, pp. 1-33
344. Comparative development and institutional change, Economic development and social change edited by George Stathakis and Gianni Vaggi, Routledge Studies in the History of Economics, Routledge, 2006, pp. 74-96.
323. Argentina and Brazil Risk: a Eurocentric tale (with Martin Grandes), Monetary policy and macroeconomic stabilization in Latin America, edited by Rolf Langhammer and Lucio Vinhas de Souza, Berlin: Springer, 2005 pp. 153-172.
316. Moving the escudo into the euro (with Luís Catela Nunes and Francisco Covas), Shaping the New Europe: Economic Policy Challenges of EU Enlargement, edited by Michael Landersmann and Darius Rosati, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, pp. 246-264.
314. Float in order to fix? Lessons from emerging markets for new EU member countries (with Helmut Reisen), Monetary strategies for joining the euro, edited by Gyorgy Szapary and Jurgen von Hagen, EdgarElgar: National Bank of Hungary, 2004, pp. 109-133.
311. Partnerships: the essential role of the state, Evaluation and Development---The Partnership Dimension, edited by Feinstein, O., G. K. Ingram and A. Liebenthal, London and New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction, 2004, pp. 121-128.
294. Portugal's European Integration: the good student with a bad fiscal constitution, South European Society & Politics Volume 8, 2003, special issue Spain and Portugal in the European Union: the first fifteen years, edited by Sebastián Royo and Paul C. Manuel, London: A Frank Cass Journal, pp. 169-194.
293. Portugal's European Integration: the limits of external pressure, Portugal: Strategic Options in a European Context, edited by Fátima Monteiro, José Tavares, Miguel Glatzer and Ângelo Cardoso, Landham, Md: Lexington Books, 2003, pp. 61-97.
281. The Development Challenge (with Colm Foy and Charles P. Oman), Development is Back, edited by Jorge Braga de Macedo, Colm Foy and Charles P. Oman, Paris: OECD Development Centre, 2002, pp. 212-225
267. Monetary Integration for Sustained Convergence: Earning Rather than Importing Credibility (with Daniel Cohen and Helmut Reisen), Don´t fix don´t float, edited by Jorge Braga de Macedo, Daniel Cohen and Helmut Reisen, Paris: OECD Development Centre, 2001, pp. 11-53.
263. Globalisation and Institutional Change: a development perspective, Globalisation, Ethical and Institutional Concerns, edited by Edmond Malinvaud and Louis Sabourin, Vatican: Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences, 2001, pp. 223-268.
259. The European Payments Union and its Implications for the Evolution of the International Financial Architecture (with Barry Eichengreen), Fragility of the International Financial System – How can we prevent new crises in emerging markets?, edited by Alexandre Lamfalussy, Bernard Snoy and Jérôme Wilson, Brussels: PIE Peter Lang pour Fondation Internationale Robert Triffin, 2001, pp. 25-42.
258. War, taxes and gold: the inheritance of the real (with Álvaro Ferreira da Silva and Rita Martins de Sousa), Transferring Wealth & Power from the Old to the New World, edited by Michael Bordo and Roberto Cortes-Conde, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, pp. 187-228.
256. Crises? What Crises? Escudo from ECU to EMU, Short-Term Capital Flows and Economic Crises, edited by Stephany Griffith-Jones, Manuel Montes and Anwar Nasution, study prepared for UNU/WIDER, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp. 253-260.
255. Macroeconomic policy and institutions in the transition towards EU membership, (with William Branson and Jurgen von Hagen), Central Europe towards Monetary Union: Macroeconomic Underpinnings and Financial Reputation, edited by Ronald MacDonald and Rod Cross, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, pp. 5-30.
234. Generational Accounting in Portugal (with Alan Auerbach, Laurence Kotlikoff, José Braz and Jan Walliser), in Generational Accounting around the World, edited by Alan Auerbach, Larry Kotlikoff and Willi Leibfritz, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999, pp.471-488.
198. Converging towards an European currency standard: convertibility and stability in the 1990s, Currency Convertibility: The Gold Standard and Beyond, edited by Jorge Braga de Macedo, Barry Eichengreen and Jaime Reis, London: Routledge 1996.
177. Labour Mobility, Fiscal Solidarity and the Exchange Rate Regime: a Parable of European Union and Cohesion, Fiscal Policy, Taxation and the Financial System in an Increasingly Integrated Europe, edited by D. E. Fair and C. Boissieu, Dordrecht: Ruswes Academic Publishers, 1992, 263-280.
169. Economic Reform in Central and Eastern Europe, The Next Steps (with Joan Pearce), Politics, Economics and Western Policy in the Post Communist Era, edited by Dick Clark and M. Mandelbaum, Boulder: Aspen Institute, 1991.
158. External Liberalization under Ambiguous Public Response: The Experience of Portugal, Unity with Diversity in the European Economy. The Community´s Southern Frontier, edited by Christopher Bliss and Jorge Braga de Macedo, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990 pp. 310-354.
140. Smugglers' Blues at the Central Bank: Lessons from Sudan (with William Branson), Debt, Stabilization and Development, Essays in Memory of Carlos Diaz Alejandro, Oxford: Blackwell for WIDER, 1989, pp. 191-207.
117. Collective Pegging to a Single Currency: The West African Monetary Union, The Real Exchange Rate and Adjustment in Developing Countries, edited by Sebastian Edwards and Liaquat Ahamed, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1986, pp.333-362.
115. Trade and Financial Interdependence under Flexible Exchange Rates. The Pacific Area, Pacific Trade and Financial Interdependence, edited by Augustine Tan and Basant Kapur, Sidney: Brian and Unwin Australia, 1986, pp. 277-284;
87. Currency Inconvertibility, Portfolio Balance and Relative Prices, Dynamic Modelling and Control of National Economies, edited by Tamer Basar e Louis Pau, IFAC Proceedings Series, vol. 7, Oxford, 1984, pp. 401-408.
86. International Portfolio Diversification: Short-Term Financial Assets and Gold (with Jeffrey Goldstein and David Meerschwam), Exchange Rate Theory and Practice, edited by John Bilson and Richard Marston, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984, pp. 192-232.
85. Portugal and Europe: The Dilemmas of Integration, Portugal in Development: Emigration, Industrialization and the European Community, edited by Thomas Bruneau, Victor da Rosa and Alex MacLeod, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1984.
61. Portfolio Diversification Across Currencies, in The International Monetary System Under Flexible Exchange Rates: Global, Regional and National, edited by Richard Cooper, Peter Kenen, Jorge Braga de Macedo and Jacques Van Ypersele, Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger, 1982, pp. 69-100.
56. Portugal and Europe: The Channels of Structural Interdependence, Portugal since the Revolution: Economic and Political Perspectives, edited by Jorge Braga de Macedo and Simon Serfaty, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1981.
31. The Short-Run Macroeconomics of Floating Exchange Rates: An Exposition (with James Tobin), in Flexible Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments: Essays in Memory of Egon Sohmen, edited by John S. Chipman and Charles P. Kindelberger. North-Holland, 1980.