Fernando S. Machado holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Reading, UK, and undergraduate degrees in Economics and in Business Administration from UCP. He is the director of CATÓLICA-LISBON’s research unit (CUBE) and teaches in the master’s programs and executive education. His current research interests revolve around digital piracy, innovative pricing mechanisms and the analysis of consumer preferences for both market and non-market goods. Formerly he was dean of faculty, senior associate dean for academic affairs, academic director of the master programs in management, director of the Center for Applied Studies and member of the board of directors of the Center for Public Opinion Studies (CESOP).
- Scientific Areas
- Marketing and Consumer Behavior
Consumer response to design variations in pay-what-you-want pricing
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 2019Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Software Piracy in the Presence of Open Source Alternatives
Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2017Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Don't think twice, it's all right: Music piracy and pricing in a DRM-free environment
Journal of Marketin…, 2010Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Smoking cessation: A model of planned vs. actual behavior for time-inconsistent consumers
Marketing Science, 2007Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
A 'natural experiment' approach to contingent valuation of private and public UV health risk reduction strategies in low and high risk countries
Environmental and Resource Economics, 2005Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Benefit transfer in Europe: How reliable are transfers between countries?
Environmental and Resource Economics, 2004Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Contingent Valuation of Ill Health Caused by Pollution: Testing for Context and Ordering Effects
Portuguese Economic Journal, 2004
Changing rewards in contests: Has the three-point rule brought more offense to soccer?
Empirical Economics, 2002Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Evaluating the multiple benefits of marine water quality improvements: How important are health risk reductions?
Journal of Environmental Managemen…, 2002Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Balancing competing principles of environmental equity
Environment and Planning …, 2000Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Efficiency analysis with panel data: A study of Portuguese dairy farms
European Review of Agricultural Economic…, 1996Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Testing the Induced Innovation Hypothesis Using Cointegration Analysis
Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1995
Co-integration analysis and the determinants of land prices
Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1992Download and More Details keyboard_arrow_right