Current research interest include: endogenous mobility, tax discrimination and tax competition, decentralization and political accountability.
Susana Peralta holds a PhD in Economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain, in Belgium.
Her research focus on the economics of multi-layered governments, including tax competition and political economy issues.
She joined the Nova School of Business and Economics in 2004. She is a Research Associate of CEPR and CORE-UCL.
Her work is published in academic journals such as The Economic Journal, the Journal of Public Economics, the Journal of Public Economic Theory, The Journal of International Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, and the Journal of Urban Economics.
She teaches or has taught several courses at Nova SBE, including Public Economics, Game Theory, Microeconomics, and Poverty: concepts and challenges. She is currently the academic director of the MSc in Economics, the Research Master and the PhD in Economics.