Carlos Daniel Rodrigues de Assunção Santos

  • Campus de Campolide

    1099-032 Lisboa

    Portugal

  • 2 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
20172018
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Research interests

Carlos Daniel Santos is an Assistant Professor at Nova SBE. His main interests are in marketing and industrial organization. Current projects include an examination of the role of customer markets on firm strategies, including pricing, investment, innovation and product development. He holds a PhD from LSE, and has previously been an Assistant Professor at the University of Alicante, Tilburg University and a Faculty Fellow at MIT. His work received several awards; including the EARIE Young Economist Essay Award and the ZEW Heinz Konig Young Scholar Award. He currently teaches Marketing Research and Big Data Analysis (Msc.) and Econometrics (Ph.D.).

Curent research interest include: The role of customer markets on firm strategies, including pricing, investment, innovation and product development.

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Research Output at NOVA 2017 2018

  • 2 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
  • 2 Article
1 Citation (Scopus)

Identifying demand shocks from production data

Santos, C. D., 15 Jun 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Shock
demand
Cost Efficiency
Wages
bill
1 Citation (Scopus)

Sunk costs of R&D, trade and productivity: The Moulds industry case

Santos, C. D., Aug 2017, In : The Economic Journal. 127, 603, p. 1626-1664

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Industry
Innovation
Sunk costs
Productivity
Technological innovation