Armando José Garcia Pires

Researcher

E-mail:            armando.pires@snf.no
Phone:            +47 55 95 96 22
Academic title: PhD
Curriculum Vitae

 

Research interests

  • International Economics
  • Industrial Organization
  • Economic Development

Selected publications

  • Berge, L.I. and Garcia Pires, A.J. (2018). Gender, Formality, and Entrepreneurial Success. Small Business Economics (forthcoming).
  • Garcia Pires, A.J., Kind, H.-J., & Sørgard, L. (2017). The Effects of Strategic News Sources on Media Coverage. Information Economics and Policy, 41, 28-35.
  • Brekke, K., Garcia Pires, A.J., Schindler, D., & Schjelderup, G. (2017). Capital Taxation and Imperfect Competition: ACE vs. CBIT. Journal of Public Economics, 147, 1-15.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2017). Media Plurality: Private versus Mixed Duopolies. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 43, 255-283.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2017). Media Plurality and Pluralism. European Journal of Law and Economics, 18, 942-960.
  • Berge, L., Bjorvatn, K., Garcia Pires, A.J., & Tungodden, B. (2015). Competitive in the Lab, Successful in the Field? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 118, 303-317.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2014). Media Plurality, Advertising, and Adaptation of News to Readers' Political Preferences. Information Economics and Policy, 28, 28-38.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2014). Beyond Trade Costs: Firms' Endogenous Access to International Markets. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, 14(2), 229-257.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2013). Home Market Effects with Endogenous Costs of Production. Journal of Urban Economics, 74, 47-58.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J., & Pontes, J. (2013). Spatial Scope of a Modern Transport Technology. Journal of Regional Science, 53(4), 712-723.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2013). Media Plurality and the Intensity of Readers' Political Preferences. Journal of Media Economics, 26(1), 41-55.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2012). International Trade and Competitiveness. Economic Theory, 50(3), 727-763.
  • Garcia Pires, A.J. (2009). R&D and Endogenous Asymmetries between Firms. Economics Letters, 103, 153–156. 

Selected research projects

  • Tele-media
  • Micro-credit
  • Tax-havens