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Prof. Doutor Marco Capitão Ferreira

Since 2000 Professor Marco Ferreira has been an Assistant Professor at Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon. Previously he has served as a lecturer at the masters Program in Economics, Competition Policy and Economic Regulation at ISCTE-IUL (2013-2014), at post-graduation studies in Security and Defense Public Policies at IUL-ISCTE (2013-2014) , at the post graduation  course on Strategic and Security Studies  at the New Lisbon University on the Scientific and Industrial Defense Cluster (2012-2014) and at the National Defense Institute on Defense Economy subjects (2011-2014). Additionally, he also served as a Co-Coordinator of the Seminar on Defense and Economy, at the post-graduation studies in Security and Defense Public Policies at IUL-ISCTE (2013-2014). He was an Executive Board member of EMPORDEF – Empresas Portuguesas de Defesa, (SGPS), S.A., the Portuguese State holding company for the defense industries (2008-2011), a legal adviser to the Minister of Defense, Prof. Dr. Nuno Severiano Teixeira (2006-2008) and a legal expert at the Rail Regulator (2000-2006). Amongst others, his main publications include - Regular contributor to “Diário Económico”, a Portuguese daily newspaper with an emphasis on financial and economic issues; “Public Procurement in the Defense Sector” in New Frontiers of Public Procurement (Organized by Nuno Cunha Rodrigues), upcoming 2014; “One size fits none” in "Does Austerity Kill? Does Austerity Heal?" (Organized by Eduardo Paz Ferreira), Lisbon Law School Editions, Lisbon, 2013; With Filipe Nunes and Bruno Reis, "National Defense and Armed Forces ", in Public policies towards reform of the Government (Organized by Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Pedro Adão e Silva), Almedina, Coimbra, 2013. He is a member of the research group on Crisis, Public Policies, Taxation Policies and the Euro.