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2010 CronyismMartins, Pedro S.
2011 Minu, startu and all that: Pitfalls in estimating the sensitivity of a worker's wage to aggregate unemploymentMartins, Pedro S.; Snell, Andy; Thomas, Jonathan P.
2011 Why ex(im)porters pay more: Evidence from matched firm-worker panelsMartins, Pedro S.; Opromolla, Luca David
2012 Do immigrants displace native workers? Evidence from matched panel dataMartins, Pedro S.; Piracha, Matloob; Varejão, José
2014 30,000 Minimum Wages: The Economic Effects of Collective Bargaining ExtensionsMartins, Pedro S.
2014 Reemployment and Substitution Effects from Increased Activation: Evidence from Times of CrisisMartins, Pedro S.; Pessoa e Costa, Sofia
2016 Bias in Returns to Tenure When Firm Wages and Employment Comove: A Quantitative Assessment and SolutionMartins, Pedro S.; Snell, Andy; Stüber, Heiko; Thomas, Jonathan P.
2016 The Diversity of Personnel Practices and Firm PerformanceMartins, Pedro S.
2016 No Extension Without Representation? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Collective BargainingHijzen, Alexander; Martins, Pedro S.
2016 Can Overtime Premium Flexibility Promote Employment? Firm- and Worker-Level Evidence from a Labour Law ReformMartins, Pedro S.
2016 Should the Maximum Duration of Fixed-Term Contracts Increase in Recessions? Evidence from a Law ReformMartins, Pedro S.
2016 The Third Worker: Assessing the Trade-off between Employees and ContractorsMartins, Pedro S.
2016 Working to Get Fired? Regression Discontinuity Effects of Unemployment Benefit Eligibility on Prior Employment DurationMartins, Pedro S.
2017 Should the maximum duration of fixed-term contracts increase in recessions? Evidence from a law reformMartins, Pedro S.
2017 Economic effects of overtime premium flexibility: Firm- and worker-level evidence from a law reformMartins, Pedro S.
2017 Can Non-Cognitive Skills Programs Improve Achievement? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from EPISMartins, Pedro S.
2017 (How) Do Non-Cognitive Skills Programs Improve Adolescent School Achievement? Experimental EvidenceMartins, Pedro S.
2017 Collective Bargaining through the Magnifying Glass: A Comparison between the Netherlands and PortugalHijzen, Alexander; Martins, Pedro S.; Parlevliet, Jante
2018 The effect of self-employment on health: Instrumental variables analysis of longitudinal social security dataGonçalves, Judite; Martins, Pedro S.
2018 The Effect of Self-Employment on Health: Evidence from Longitudinal Social Security DataGoncalves, Judite; Martins, Pedro S.