Fabiana Rocha holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is currently a professor of Economics at the University of São Paulo.
She also serves as a member of the advisory committee for the Economics area of Fapesp (Fundação de Apoio à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo). She conducts research
in public economics, health economics and gender economics. She is a researcher at the Public Sector Economics Laboratory ( LabPub) and Brazilian Women in Economics (BWE - EconomistAs), both at the University of São Paulo.
Pesquisas em andamento:
•Pereda, P.; Diaz, M.D.M.; Rocha, F.; Matsunaga, L.; Borges, B.P.; Mena-Chalco, J.; Narita, R.; Brenck, C. Are women less persistent? Evidence from submissions to a nationwide meeting of Economics
•Rocha, F.; Pereda, P.; Diaz, M.D.M.; Monteiro, G.F.; Karpavicius, L.; Matsunaga, L.; Borges, B.P.; Brenck, C. Gender gaps in low and high-stakes assessments
Pereda, P.; Diaz, M.D.M.; Rocha, F.; Monteiro, G.F.; Mena-Chalco, J. Gender differences in academic funding: evidence from Brazil