Paper Accepted in SOLE 2022/27th Annual Meetings17th January 2022
The paper Who's Got the Power? Wage Determination and its Resilience throughout the Great Recession was accepted for presentation at the SOLE 2022 Annual Meeting.
Paper Accepted in Journal of Econometrics5th December 2021
The paper Union Membership Density and Wages: The Role of Worker, Firm and Job-Title Heterogeneity was accepted for publication in the Journal of Econometrics.
Paper Accepted in European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society 202120th October 2021
The paper Who's got the Power? Wage Determination and its Resilience throughout the Great Recession was accepted for a Session Presentation at European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society 2021, which will take place in online format, from 13th to 15th December 2021.
Paper Accepted in CAED 2021 Conference10th October 2021
The paper Who's got the Power? Wage Determination and its Resilience throughout the Great Recession was accepted for a Session Presentation at CAED 2021, which will take place in hybrid format, from 19th to 21th November 2021.
Paper Accepted in AIEL 2021 Conference13th September 2021
The paper The Last Dance? Credit Cycles and Labour Market Adjustments throughout Downturns was accepted for Main Oral Session Presentation at AIEL 2021, which will take place virtually, from 25th to 26th November 2021.
This will be one of the first conferences featuring this paper since its draft was completed. Updates will be provided once the program of the conference is made available.
Paper Accepted in AASLE 2021 Conference6th September 2021
The paper The Last Dance? Credit Cycles and Labour Market Adjustments throughout Downturns was accepted for Main Oral Session Presentation at AASLE 2021, which will take place virtually, from 9th to 11th December 2021.
Teaching Fellowship in Managerial Economics and Strategy4th September 2021
For the academic year 2021/2022, I will serve as Teaching Fellow in Managerial Economics and Strategy at the LSE Department of Management. This corresponds to an exciting opportunity to continue developing my teaching skills in a more business school environment, while concentrating my teaching responsibilities and preparing the 2021/2022 Job Market process.
It also means the end of my role as Graduate Teaching Assistant at the LSE Department of Economics. A massive thanks to the Department for all the years of thrilling teaching experiences!
2021-2022 Economics Job Market Meetings1st September 2021
During the 2021-2022 Economics Job Market, I will be looking for job opportunities, thus taking part in the European Job Market and the American Economic Association Job Market. I will be available for interviews both at the ASSA meetings and EJME meetings.
Participation in the IZA Workshop: Labour Market Institutions1st September 2021
On the 2nd of September at 16:30 (CEST, GMT+2), the paper A Saga of Wage Resilience: Like a Bridge over Troubled Water will be presented in the first session of the IZA Workshop: Labour Market Institutions, jointly with the work of Ana Rute Cardoso and David Card. The event organized by Pierre Cahuc and Konstantinos Tatsiramos will take place online on the 2nd and 3rd of September.
Participation in the 2021 EEA-ESEM Virtual Conference24th August 2021
On the 26th of August at 12:30 (UTC), the paper A Saga of Wage Resilience: Like a Bridge over Troubled Water will be presented in the Search and Unemployment parallel session of the EEA-ESEM conference chaired by Patrick Arni, jointly with the works of Attila Gyetvai, Arnaud Mauriel, Krzysztof Pytka and respective co-authors.
The attendance on the event is open. See the conference website: https://eea-esem-2021.org/
Participation in the 2021 Portuguese Economic Journal Conference1st July 2021
On the 3rd of July at 9:30 (BST), the paper A Saga of Wage Resilience: Like a Bridge over Troubled Water will be presented in the Labour Market II parallel session of the PEJ conference, jointly with the works of Diana Bonfim, Joana Silva and respective co-authors.
The attendance on the event is open. See the conference website: https://www.catolicabs.porto.ucp.pt/pej2021/
The details for attending the Labour Market II paralell session are:
Highly Commended by the Department of Economics for the LSE Class Teacher Award 2020-2123rd June 2021
I was selected by the head of the department of Economics in the yearly Class Teacher Awards. The statement of support refers:
"This year’s nominations reflect the wide range of excellent education practice at LSE and strong commitment to teaching and support of student learning during this challenging and disrupted Covid year."
"Hugo has taught in EC100 and EC317. Hugo is a stellar class teacher who is appreciated by lecturers year after year. EC317 is a quite demanding course since the final course mark depends on class participation and it is up to the class teacher to fairly and accurately allocate those marks. It also should be mentioned that Hugo also contributes to class teaching beyond the courses he is involved with. He often participates in class teacher meetings with useful discussions."