Regina Madalozzo works at Insper and is currently an associate professor at the institution. She was the dean of the undergraduate courses in Economics and Business and; also, she was the dean of the Professional Masters in Economics. Her research focuses on the labor market field, and Regina teaches courses in undergraduate and professional master's degrees within the microeconomics and quantitative methods track.
Her research investigates issues related to the gender wage gap and bargaining power within families. Concerning the latter, Regina is interested in the theme of unpaid work and domestic work. In addition to these studies, Regina is a corporate speaker about unconscious bias and female leadership.
Regina is currently coordinator of the Gender Studies Center and the Women and Territory Center, both at Insper.
Madalozzo, R. C.; Segantini, P. . American Way of Life e Jeitinho Brasileiro: como afetam a oferta de trabalho das mulheres?. Pesquisa e Planejamento Economico (PPE), v. 47, p. 71-100, 2017.
Bortoluzzo, A. B. ; Matavelli, I. R. ; Madalozzo, R. C. . Determinantes da Distribuição da (Des)igualdade de Gênero entre os Estados Brasileiros. (Gender (in)equality determinants between Brazilian States) Estudos Econômicos, v. 46, p. 161-188, 2016.
Madalozzo, R. ; Mauriz, Mariana . Does investing in education reduce the gender wage gap? A Brazilian population study. Population Review, v. 51, p. 59-84, 2012.
Hallock, Kevin ; Madalozzo, R. ; Reck, Clayton . CEO Pay-for-Performance Heterogeneity Using Quantile Regression. The Financial Review, v. 45, p. 1-19, 2010.
Madalozzo, R. ; Martins, S. R. ; Shiratori, L. . Participação no Mercado de Trabalho e no Trabalho Doméstico: homens e mulheres tem condições iguais? (Labor Market and Domestic Work: do men and women have equal conditions?” Revista Estudos Feministas, v. 18, p. 547-566, 2010.
Madalozzo, R. Occupational Segregation and the Gender Wage Gap in Brazil: an empirical analysis. Economia Aplicada, v. 14, p. 147-168, 2010.