Jorge Daniel Faria Silva, a doctorate from ISEG, won the António Simões Lopes Prize axequo, awarded by the Order of Economists to the best doctoral theses in Economics.
The ISEG student saw his thesis “Essays on macroeconomic policy in Portugal”, guided by Professor António Afonso.
The delivery ceremony took place on January 15th, within the scope of the 15th Annual Conference of the Order of Economists, which had as its central theme the State Budget for 2020.
ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics & Management is the school of economics and management at the University of Lisbon, the largest Portuguese uSimões Lopes awardniversity and the best positioned in the international academic rankings. Reference school created in 1911, ISEG has important international certifications, such as AACSB, which only 5% of business schools worldwide have. ISEG has about 4500 students, 20% of whom are foreigners, distributed over 7 undergraduate degrees, 17 master’s degrees and 8 doctoral programs. It has more than 200 teachers, 80% of whom have doctorates in the best national and international schools. ISEG leads the national scientific production in economics, management and mathematics applied to economics and management. ISEG annually provides tens of thousands of job and internship offers to its students, recording an average employability rate that borders on full employment.