Susana Peralta

Susana Peralta holds a PhD in Economics from the Université catholique de Louvain, in Belgium. Her research focuses on the economics of multi-layered governments, including tax competition and political economy issues. She joined the Nova School of Business and Economics in 2004. She is currently Associate Professor at Nova SBE, where she teaches or has taught several courses, including Public Economics, Game Theory, Microeconomics, and Poverty: concepts and challenges. She has served as  the academic director of the MSc in Economics and the PhD in Economics.

Her work is published in academic journals such as The Economic Journal, the Journal of Public Economics, the Journal of Public Economic Theory, The Journal of International Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, and the Journal of Urban Economics.
Susana Peralta is part of the  scientific coordination of the  Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos, being responsible for the commissioned studies in the economics area.

Susana is married and has three children.

Featured Projects

La Caixa Social State of the Country Report

November 27, 2020 Susana Peralta Author/Coordinator

Research Papers

The virus that devastated tourism: The impact of covid-19 on the housing market

April 20, 2022 Susana Peralta, João Pereira dos Santos Author/Coordinator

Regional and sectorial impacts of the Covid-19 crisis: Evidence from electronic payments

November 16, 2021 Susana Peralta, Bruno Pessoa Carvalho, João Pereira dos Santos Author/Coordinator

Who seeks reelection: local fiscal restraints and political selection

August 19, 2019 Susana Peralta, João Pereira dos Santos Author/Coordinator

Local Taxation of Global Corporation: A Simple Solution

June 30, 2014 Susana Peralta Author/Coordinator

Transfer Pricing Rules, OECD Guidelines, and Market Distortions

June 1, 2011 Susana Peralta Author/Coordinator

Competing in Taxes and Investment under Fiscal Equalization

October 26, 2007 Susana Peralta Author/Coordinator

Political Support for Tax Decentralization

October 28, 2005 Susana Peralta Author/Coordinator