Associate Professor of Economics
University of São Paulo (on leave July19-Feb20, UChicago)
- Ph.D. in Economics, London Business School, UK, 2014.
- M.Sc. in Economics,University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2007.
- B.Sc. in Economics, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2004.
in Portuguese (CV Lattes)
Fields: Political Economy, Growth & Development, Labor, Public Finance.
- Regional Transfer Multipliers (with Elias Papaioannou and Paolo Surico). The Review of Economic Studies, Volume 86, Issue 5, October 2019, Pages 1901–1934 [link].
- Featured in VoxEU.org, May/2019.
- Unintended Consequences of Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from Stricter Eligibility Criteria in Brazil (with Cristiano Carvalho and Renata Narita). Economics Letters, 162, p. 157-161, 2018
- When Are Politically Irrelevant Events Relevant to Election Outcomes?.
- Edited Democracy: Media Manipulation and the News Coverage of Presidential Debates (with Alexsandros Cavgias, Luis Meloni and Lucas Novaes), Submitted.
- Rainfall, Internal Migration and Local Labor Markets in Brazil (with Tiago Ferraz). New version coming soon.
- Labor Courts, Job Search and Employment: Evidence from a Labor Reform in Brazil (with Renata Narita, Danilo Souza and Rafael Ferreira). Draft coming soon.
- Payroll Tax, Employment and Labor Market Concentration (with Eric Baumgartner and Renata Narita). New version coming soon.
- The Gospel According to Media: Religious Radio and the Rise of Pentecostalism in Brazil (with Bruno Komatsu).
- Size of Legislature, Public Spending and Political Budget Cycle.
- Diamonds Are Forever: Long-Run Effects of Colonial Mining Institutions in Brazil (with Marcelo S. de Carvalho).
- The Components of Economic Freedom, Income and Growth: an Empirical Analysis”. Estudos Econômicos, 2007, vol.37, n.3, pp. 515-545.
- The Empirical Determinants of Happiness in Brazil (in portuguese, with Naercio A. Menezes-Filho). Revista de Economia Política, 2006, vol.26, n.4
- Econometrics II (undergraduate)
- Introduction to Microeconomics (undergraduate)
- Introduction to Macroeconomics (undergraduate)
- Econometrics I (graduate)
- Political Economy of Development (graduate)