Daniela Verzola Vaz

daniela.vaz@unifesp.br

Daniela Verzola Vaz is a Professor of Economics at the Federal University of São Paulo, appointed by the Department of Economics. She received her Ph.D. from the State University of Campinas in 2010. Her research interests include Labor Economics, Gender Economics, and Applied Microeconometrics.

Lorena Hakak

lhakak@usp.br

Lorena Hakak holds a Ph.D. in Economics from São Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) and is Lecturer at the Department of Economics from the University of Sao Paulo. She coordinates the Family and Gender Economics Study Group (GEFAM). Lorena develops research in family economics. Her work is based on family formation and what impacts these decisions may have in relation to marital surplus, social inequality, cultural traits, intra-family bargaining, and demography.

Solange Ledi Gonçalves

slgoncalves@unifesp.br

Solange Ledi Gonçalves holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of São Paulo (USP), and she is an associate professor at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP, Brazil) since 2018. Her main interest research topics are household job search models, the impact of social policies on intrahousehold bargaining, and dynamic poverty indicators.

Ana Fava

ana.barbosa@ipea.gov.br 

Ana Fava is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Federal University of ABC in Economics. She holds a Ph.D. inAgricultural and Consumer  Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research focuses on gender, bargaining, well-being, durable goods, the economics of education, and feminist economics.
 

Diana Gonzaga Silva

dlgsilva@ufba.br 

Diana Lúcia Gonzaga da Silva is a Professor of Economics at the Federal University of Bahia, appointed by the Department of Economics. She received her Ph.D. from the University of São Paulo (USP) in 2017. Her research interests include Labor Economics, Urban Economics, and Applied Microeconometrics.

Ana Luiza Barbosa

ana.barbosa@ipea.gov.br 

Ana Luiza Neves de Holanda Barbosa is a Researcher at the Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) and a Professor of Economics at IBMEC-RJ University. She was granted a Ph.D degree in Economics by the FGV/EPGE (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) in 2012. Her current research interests include Labor Economics, Gender Economics and Family Economics.

Eloiza Almeida

eloiza.regina@unifesp.br 

Eloiza Almeida is a Msc in Economics and Development at the Federal University of São Paulo. Her research interests include Labor Economics, Gender Economics, Regional Economics, Social and Public Policies Evaluation and Applied Microeconometrics. 

Danielle Carusi Machado

dcarusi@id.uff.br 

Danielle Carusi Machado is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the Federal Fluminense University. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from PUC-Rio in 2005. Her areas of interest and research are applied microeconomics, particularly labor, education and health economics. 

Francisco J. Pino

fjpino@fen.uchile.cl 

Francisco J. Pino is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Chile and IZA research affiliate. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University. His research interests include Political Economy, Development Economics, Economic History, Public Economics and Labor Economics.

Joana Costa

joana.costa@ipea.gov.br 

Joana Costa is a researcher at IPEA (Instituto de Pesquisa Economica Aplicada). She received her Ph.D. in Economics from PUC-Rio in 2013. Her areas of interest and research are policy evaluation, labor economics, education economics and gender economics. 

Jordana Cristina de Jesus

jordanacje@gmail.com

Jordana Cristina de Jesus is a professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, in the Department of Demography and Actuarial Sciences. She is a member of the Graduate Program in Demography (UFRN). She is PhD in Demography (UFMG, 2018) and develops research in the areas of family and unpaid domestic work.

Laura Schiavon

laura.schiavon@ufjf.edu.br

Laura de Carvalho Schiavon is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora. She received a Ph.D. in Economics from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro in 2017. Her research focuses on the impact evaluation of public policies aimed to reduce crime, promote gender equality, and improve the quality and efficiency of public services.

Luana Passos

luanapassos_s@hotmail.com 

Luana received her Ph.D. in Economics from the Federal Fluminense University in 2018. Her research interests include Labor Economics, Gender Relations, Feminist Economics and Tax Justice. 

Paula Pereda

pereda@usp.br

Paula Pereda holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of São Paulo and is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics from the University of Sao Paulo. She is a member of the Brazilian Women in Economics. Paula develops research in applied microeconomics and policy evaluation.  

Luciene Torres de Mello Pereira

lluciene.pereira@fgv.br 

Luciene Torres de Mello Pereira is a Professor of Economics at FGV/EESP. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from FGV/EPGE (2016). Her research interests include Family Economics, Growth and Development. 

Priscilla Albuquerque

priscilla.tavares@fgv.br 

Priscilla Tavares is a Professor of Economics at Getulio Vargas Foundation, appointed bt São Paulo School of Economics. She received her Ph.D. from Getulio Vargas Foundation in 2014. Her research interests include Economics of Education, Impact Evaluation, Labor Economics. 

Simone Wajnman

simonewajnman@gmail.com

Simone Wajnman is Full Professor of Demography at Cedeplar (UFMG). She holds a Ph.D. in Demography from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. In 2001 she was a visiting fellow at the Office of Population Research at Princeton University. Her research encompasses many aspects of economic and family demography, including demographic aspects of earnings inequality in Brazil, trends on female labor force participation, and gender inequality in the domestic housework and in the access to the labor market.

Synthia Santana

synthiak@gmail.com

Synthia Santana is an Economist on the Research Directorate at the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). She received her Ph.D. in economics from Getulio Vargas Foundation in 2016. Her research interests include Gender Economics, Industrial Economics, and Applied Microeconometrics. 

Nicole de Sousa Alves

nicole.alves@usp.br

Nicole de Sousa Alves is an undergraduate student in Economics at the University of São Paulo. Her research interests include Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics and Cultural Economics.  

Regina Madalozzo

reginam@insper.edu.br

Regina Madalozzo holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2002). She has a master's degree in Economics from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, UFRGS (1998), and a degree, also in Economics from Puc-Rio (1995). She is an associate professor at Insper, where she has been working since 2002. Regina focuses her research on gender, work, and family economics.