China Policy Briefs
- Water, the Origin of Life
- Making Chinese Cities Smarter: Leapfrogging Intra-city Transport Development with ‘Big Data’
- Young People, Energy and Sustainability
- What Does Oil Price Drop Mean for China?
- China’s ‘Stir Fry’ of Environmentally Related Taxes and Charges: Too Many Cooks at Work
- Distributed Solar Power Generation in China
- Low Carbon Cities in China, Serious Challenges and Signs of Hope
- U.S. “vs.” China in Africa: A Message to President Obama and Premier Li Keqiang
International Migration Studies
- The Impact of Immigration in European Societies: the Portuguese Case
- Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2009). Skilled Migrants’ Dynamics, Institutions, Innovation, and Diffusion: a conceptual and analytical framework to assess patterns of (re)integration. Comparative Technology Transfer and Society, 7(1), 1-18.
- Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2008). Skilled Migrants’ Dynamics and Social Capital Innovation: A Conceptual and Analytical Framework to Assess Patterns of (re)Integration. Poster presented at the Harvard Networks in Political Science Conference. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge: MA.
- Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2012). Advancing Executive Training on Sustainable Development Practice. An evaluation report for Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, Government of Jordan.
- The Retention of Highly Skilled Returnees in Mozambique
- Oliveira, C. and Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2005). Immigrant’s Labor Accidents in Portugal. Observatory of Immigration Working Papers, Lisbon: Portugal.
- Impact of Immigration on Public Finance in Portugal in 2001
- Impact of Immigration on Public Finance in Portugal: A Longitudinal Approach 2001-2003
- Carneiro, R., Corrêa d’Almeida, A., and et al. (2006). Immigrants’ Labor Mobility in Portugal. Direcção-Geral de Estudos Estatística e Planeamento (DGEEP), Cogitum 20, 200pp, Lisbon: Portugal.
Institutional Innovation Studies
- When Differences Across Party Lines Make No Difference: the Case of Portugal (Part II)
- We the Portuguese People: Fighting For What Matters
- The Power of Questions to Fix Political Reputation
- 19th-Century General Teaches 21st-Century Economists and Politicians: Arthur Wellesley and the IMF Programs in Portugal
- Four Decades after the ‘Third Wave of Democratization’ and the Irrelevance of Political Parties’ Differences in Portugal: 1974-2014
- Concept Note on Case-Study Methodology_MPA-DP_Columbia University
- The Political System in Portugal: People’s Demand versus Political Agendas
- Diaspora and the Political System in Portugal
- The Irrelevance of Political Parties’ Differences for Public Finances Performance: Evidence from Partisan Politics and Deficit and Debt in Portugal (1974 – 2012)
- The Portuguese Language in the United Nations Framing Policy Design
- Baroang, K., and Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2013). Egypt’s National Strategies for Sustainable Development and Adaptation to Climate Change. A proposal for the Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs, Government of Egypt.’
- Corrêa d’Almeida, A., and Klingner, D. (2008). FEMA and the Witt Revolution: Testing the Hypothesis of “Bureaucratic Autonomy”. Public Organization Review, 8(4), 291-305.
- Corrêa d’Almeida, A. (2007). Review on “Performance-Pay for Teachers” Literature. Colorado Department of Education, Denver: CO.
- Carneiro, R., Corrêa d’Almeida, A., and et al. (2005). An Evaluation of the National Employment Strategy 2000-2010. Direcção-Geral de Estudos Estatística e Planeamento/MTSS, Cogitum 16, 159pp, Lisbon: Portugal.
U.S. Ballot Measures and Direct Democracy Essays
- Electoral Systems and the Democracy Gap in Southern Europe
- The Role of Direct Democracy in a Time of Divisiveness
Fiscal Decentralization in Jordan
- Fiscal Decentralization in Jordan: Reframing the debate and discussing the parameters of an intergovernmental transfer formula for Governorates (working paper)