Monetary Research Center

COSTA Meira Jorge
Institution: School of Law of the University of Minho
Fields Of Research Interest: Constitutional Law and Monetary Policy, Administrative Law, Urban Law, Public Procurement Law, Public Employment Law, Insolvency Law, Civil Law.
Short Resume: Jorge Meira Costa is a Portuguese lawyer, scientific legal investigator, expert in Constitutional Law, Monetary Policy and Public Law domiciled in his hometown Braga (Portugal). In the past, he worked as an external collaborator for one of the leading law firms in Portugal “Sérvulo & Associados” and as a legal consultant for the current Portuguese Environment Agency. Law graduate at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, Post - Graduated in Land Planning, Urban and Environmental Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra and Master in Administrative Law at the School of Law of the University of Minho, he has also been certified by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in the discipline of Public Procurement.
Publications:

Gauvin, M., Costa, J. A proposal for harmonising current disparate (scientific and legal) definitions of money towards greater decidability in the provision of Justice according to universal principles of contract law. Available in http://mrcenter.info/.

The Juridic Nature of the labour contract in public service in Atas das I Jornadas de Direito do Emprego Público subordinated to the theme “Trabalho em Funções Públicas em tempos de crise: que direito(s)?”, Coordenação Científica: Isabel Celeste M. Fonseca, Coordenação Executiva: Jorge Braga, Junho de 2012, pp. 113 -127.

Crisis and public employment relationship right: (more) public law or (more) private law? in Actas das II Jornadas de Direito do Emprego Público subordinada ao tema “Crise e Direito(s) da Relação de Emprego Público”, Coordenação Científica: Isabel Celeste M. Fonseca, Coordenação Executiva: Jorge Braga, Maio de 2013, pp. 141-160.

Ecological Taxes and the jurisdiction of the courts – Notes to the North Administrative Central Court Decision in its 13.01.2012 Ruling, available in Link


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