Danielle Carusi Machado

Danielle Carusi Machado is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the Federal Fluminense University (UFF). She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from PUC-Rio in 2005.

 

She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Econometrics and Labor Economics at the Department of Economics at UFF and also participates as a researcher in the Inequality and Development Studies Center (CEDE -UFF/UFRJ) on projects related to education and social development.  

Previously, she has worked at the IBGE (IBGE) in the household survey system and with labor indicators.

Her current research also includes gender perceptions and gender inequality in the labor market and also prenatal health conditions. 

 Publications

  • MREJEN, MATIAS; PERELMAN, JULIAN; MACHADO, DANIELLE CARUSI. Environmental disasters and birth outcomes: Impact of a tailings dam breakage in Brazil. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, v. 250, p. 112868, 2020.

  • MREJEN, MATIAS; MACHADO, DANIELLE CARUSI. In utero exposure to economic fluctuations and birth outcomes: An analysis of the relevance of the local unemployment rate in Brazilian state capitals. PLoS One, v. 14, p. e0223673, 2019.

  • PASSOS, L. ; KERSTENETSKY, C. L. ; Machado, D.C. . Regime de cuidados no Brasil: uma análise à luz de três tipologias. In: XXIV Encontro Nacional de Economia Politica, 2019, Vitória. XXIV Encontro Nacional de Economia Politica. Niterói: SEP, 2019.

  • PASSOS, L. ; Machado, D.C. ; KERSTENETSKY, C. L. . Diferenciais salariais de gênero no Brasil: comparando os setores público e privado. In: XVI Encontro Nacional da ABET, 2019, Salvador. XVI Encontro Nacional da ABET. Salvador: ABET, 2019.

  • MARTINS, FELIPE DOS SANTOS ; MACHADO, DANIELLE CARUSI . Uma análise da escolha do curso superior no Brasil. REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE ESTUDOS DE POPULAÇÃO ? REBEP, v. 35, p. 1-24, 2018.

  • KERSTENETSKY, C. L.; MACHADO, D. C. Labor Market Development in Brazil: Formalization at Last?. In: Edmund Amann; Carlos R. Azzoni; Werner Baer. (Org.). The Oxford Handbook of the Brazilian Economy. 1ed.New York: Oxford University Press, 2018, v. 1, p. 321-351.