I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University in 2013. My dissertation was entitled “Intergenerational Transfers, Fertility, and Human Capital.” Before I joined Rhodes College, I was an Assistant Professor at Clemson University where I taught Introduction to Econometrics and Family Economics. My research interests include topics in Development Economics, Labor Economics, Family Economics, and Urban Economics.
Do Temperature Shocks Affect Non-Agriculture Wages in Brazil? Evidence from Individual-Level Panel Data. (with Bruno Palialol and Paula Pereda) Forthcoming, Environmental and Development Economics
Female Judges and In-group Bias in Labor Courts (with Raphael Corbi, Rafael Ferreira, and Danilo Souza) Forthcoming, Economics Bulletin
The Impact of Climate Change on Internal Migration in Brazil (with Paula Pereda) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2020, Volume 103
Birth Order and the Gender Gap in Educational Attainment,
Review of Economics of the Household, 2019. 17(3), p. 775-803.
The Value of Children: Inter-Generational Support, Fertility, and Human Capital,
Journal of Development Economics, 2016. Volume 120, p. 1-16. (Supplemental Material)
Fertility, Migration, and Maternal Wages: Evidence from Brazil,
Journal of Human Capital, 2016. Volume 10, p, 377-398.
Ph.D. in Economics, 2013
M.Phil. in Economics, 2011
M.A. in Economics, 2009
University of São Paulo, Brazil
M.Sc. in Economics, 2008
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
B.A. in Economics, 2006