Diana Lúcia Gonzaga da Silva
Diana Lúcia Gonzaga da Silva is a full-time Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of Federal University of Bahia (UFBA, Brazil) since 2017.
She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Economics at UFBA, and coordinates the Labor Economics Research Group at UFBA (GeTrab-UFBA). Diana Silva received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of São Paulo (USP) for her work on the workers and firms spatial sorting and urban wage premium in the Brazilian local labor markets. Since then, she has studied topics such as the informality, labor productivity, and local labor market, occupation, skills, agglomeration economies, and wage decomposition.
Her main research interests are in the areas of Labor Economics, Urban Economics, and Applied Microeconometrics.
Contribuição dos efeitos de firma e de indivíduo para os efeitos de localização sobre os salários e para a variação salarial do trabalhador formal do Brasil (‘The contribution of the firm and worker effects for the location effects on wages and for the formal worker’s wage variation from Brazil’), 2018. Pesquisa e Planejamento Econômico, 48: 7-37.
Retorno à educação na região metropolitana de Salvador e efeitos espaciais salariais (‘Returns to education in the metropolitan area of Salvador and spatial effects on wages’), 2016. Revista Econômica do Nordeste, 47: 9-27.
Distribuição espacial dos efeitos de aglomeração sobre os retornos à educação no Brasil entre 1995 e 2008 (‘Spatial distribution of agglomeration effects on the returns to education in Brazil between 1995 and 2008’) with Gervásio F. Santos and Ricardo S. Freguglia (2016). Pesquisa e Planejamento Econômico, 46: 7-46.