Pinho, Micaela

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Micaela Pinho
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Micaela Pinho é doutorada em Economia pela Escola de Economia e Gestão da Universidade do Minho. É Professora Associada na Universidade Portucalense e Professora Convidada na Universidade de Aveiro. Leciona unidades curriculares de Microeconomia e Macroeconomia. A sua principal área de investigação é Economia da Saúde. Tem inúmeros livros publicados de microeconomia, macroeconomia, estatística a economia industrial. Tem inúmeros artigos científicos publicados nas áreas da Economia da Saúde, sustentabilidade e turismo. Afiliação: REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies. DEG - Departamento de Economia e Gestão.
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REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies
Centro de investigação que que tem como objetivo principal produzir e disseminar conhecimento teórico e aplicado que possibilite uma maior compreensão das dinâmicas e tendências económicas, empresariais, territoriais e tecnológicas do mundo contemporâneo e dos seus efeitos socioeconómicos. O REMIT adota uma perspetiva multidisciplinar que integra vários domínios científicos: Economia e Gestão; Ciências e Tecnologia; Turismo, Património e Cultura. Founded in 2017, REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies is a research unit of Portucalense University. Based on a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspective it aims at responding to social challenges through a holistic approach involving a wide range of scientific fields such as Economics, Management, Science, Technology, Tourism, Heritage and Culture. Grounded on the production of advanced scientific knowledge, REMIT has a special focus on its application to the resolution of real issues and challenges, having as strategic orientations: - the understanding of local, national and international environment; - the development of activities oriented to professional practice, namely in the business world.

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  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    Hydroelectric dams sale by EDP: A case study on taxation, governance and sustainable development
    2024-04-12 - Costa, Eva Dias; Pinho, Micaela; Preto, Diana
    The tax burden on citizens and businesses increases 1.1% between 2021 and 2022, reaching 36.4% of the GNP in 2022. During this period, revenue from direct taxes, particularly those levied on the income of individuals (IRS), and companies (IRC) grew, respectively, 12.8% and 59.6% (INE, 2023). About revenue from indirect taxes, especially those arising from value-added tax (IVA), real state transfers tax (IMT), municipal property tax (IMI) and stamp tax (Imposto de Selo), it increases by 18.1%, 26.3%, 0.8% and 6.6% respectively. Indeed, the property taxes - real estate transfer tax, municipal property tax and stamp tax - represented 4.5%, 4.4% and 5% of the 2022 total indirect taxes (INE, 2023). Portugal is the fifteenth country with the highest tax burden among OECD member countries (OECD, 2023).
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    Surrogacy in Portugal: Drawing insights from international practices
    2024-03-13 - Conde, Ana; Santos-Pereira, Carla; Costa, Eva Dias; Araújo, Maria; Domingues, Mariana; Pinho, Micaela; Martinez de Campos, Mónica; Jayantilal, Shital; Araújo, Rita
    As Portugal prepares to implement surrogacy legislation, it enters a realm fraught with legal, ethical, and psychological complexities. Across the globe, jurisdictions exhibit diverse approaches to surrogacy, reflecting cultural, ethical, and legal diversity. This necessitates a comprehensive understanding of the implications of surrogacy within different legal systems. Moreover, the psychological impact on surrogates, intended parents, and offspring demands careful examination. As Portugal embarks on this journey, it must navigate ethical challenges, ensuring the protection of all parties involved. Furthermore, addressing research gaps and ethical dilemmas will be paramount in crafting legislation that upholds the rights and well-being of all individuals affected by surrogacy arrangements.