Priscilla Albuquerque Tavares
Priscilla Tavares is a full-time Professor o São Paulo School of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV EESP) since 2014. She teaches undergraduate and graduates courses in Statistics, Econometrics, and Microconometrics.
Priscilla received a Ph.D. in Economics from Getulio Vargas Foundation for her work on school management. Her thesis received the Thesis CAPES Award. SuHer research includes papers on public program evaluation, school management, teacher labor market, gender inequality in education, gender and labor market.
Uma análise do papel das escolas e das redes de ensino sobre as desigualdades de oportunidades educacionais (An analysis of the role of schools and educational departments on educational opportunities inequalities). Economia Aplicada, 22: 47-80, 2019 (with Rafael Camelo and Luan Paciência).
Teacher Pay and Student Performance: Evidence from Brazil. Brazilian review of econometrics, 38: 197-219, 2018 (with Vladimir Ponczek).
Fatores associados à violência escolar: evidências para o Estado de São Paulo (Determinants of School violence: evidences from São Paulo). Estudos Econômicos, 46: 471-498, 2016 (with Francine Pietrobom).
The impact of school management practices on educational performance: evidence from public schools in São Paulo. Economics of Education Review, 48: 1-15, 2015.
Os Efeitos do Programa Bolsa Família sobre a Oferta de Trabalho das Mães (The impacts of Bolsa Familia on mother labor supply). Economia e Sociedade, 19: 613-635, 2010.