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Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies FGV EPGE


  1. Optima Mirrleesian Taxation in Non-competitive Labor Markets”, with Carlos da Costa. Economic Theory, forthcoming.

  2. Dynamic Contracting under Adverse Selection and Renegotiation,” Journal of Economic Theory, vol 171, pp. 136-173, 2018.

  3. Experimentation and Project Selection: Screening and Learning,” with Renato Gomes and Daniel Gottlieb. Games and Economic Behavior, vol 96, pp. 145-169, 2016.

  4. The Role of Commitment in Bilateral Trade,” with Dino Gerardi and Johannes Hörner, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 154, pp. 578-603, 2014.

  5. The Efficiency of Bonus-or-Terminate Incentive Schemes under Subjective Evaluations,” Games and Economic Behavior, vol 87, pp. 412-418, 2014. 

  6. Bonus Payments Versus Efficiency Wages in the Repeated Principal Principal-Agent Model with Subjective Evaluations,” American Economic Journal: microeconomics vol. 4, pp. 34-56, 2012.

  7. A Principal-Agent Model of Sequential Testing,” with Dino Gerardi, Theoretical Economicsvol. 7, pp. 425-463, 2012.

  8. The Risk Properties of Human Capital and the Design of Government Policies,” with Carlos Da Costa, European Economic Review, vol. 51, pp. 695-713, 2007.

Working Papers: 

  1. Competitive Screening under Heterogeneous Information”, with Daniel Garrett and Renato Gomes. Conditionally accepted at the Review of Economic Studies.

  2. Bargaining over a Divisible Good in the Market for Lemons,” with Dino Gerardi. R&R at the Review of Economic Studies.

  3. Dynamic Contracting with Limited Commitment and the Ratchet Effect”,  with Dino Gerardi.  R&R at Theoretical Economics.

  4. Efficiency in Decentralized Markets with Aggregate Uncertainty”,with Braz Camargo and Dino GerardiR&R at the Economic Journal.

  5. Reputation and Screening in a Noisy Environment with Irreversible Actions”, with Mehmet Ekmekci.

  6. A Continuous-Time Model of the Ratchet Effect ”, with Leandro Gorno and Mehmet Ekmekci.

  7. Redistribution with Labor Market Frictions ”, with Carlos da Costa and Marcelo Santos.