Institutional Development and Colonial Heritage within Brazil. The Journal of Economic History. 2012; 72(2): 393-422 (with Soares R. and Assunção J.).
Job Displacement Insurance and (the Lack of) Consumption-Smoothing (with François Gerard). Conditionally Accepted, American Economic Review.
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The Effects of Cash Transfers on Formal Labor Markets: Evidence from Brazil (with François Gerard and Joana Silva)
SELECTED WORK IN PROGRESS
Two-tier Tax systems and firms: evidence from Brazil (with François Gerard, Arthur Seibold and Bruno Zulian)
Greener on the Other Side? Spatial Discontinuities in Property Tax Rates and their Effects on Tax Morale (with Michael Best, François Gerard, Evan Kresch, and Laura Zoratto)
RCTs as an opportunity to promote interdisciplinary, inclusive, and diverse quantitative development research. World Development. Volume 127, March 2020 (with Sandra Sequeira, Jonathan Weigel and Diana Weinhold)
Type of colonisation and Latin American development. In: Michalopoulos, Stelios and Elias Papaioannou (eds.), The Long Economic Shadow of History, Vol 3, CEPR VOX E-book, 2017.
Understanding High Crime Rates in Latin America: The Role of Social and Policy Factors. In: Tella RD, Edwards and S, Ernesto Schargrodsky (eds.) The Economics of Crime: Lessons for and from Latin America. Vol. 0-226-15374-6 . University of Chicago Press; 2010. p. 19 – 55 (with Soares, R.).
Social protection and job displacement in developing countries. IGC Policy Brief. March 2019. (with François Gerard)
Value Added Tax in developing countries: Lessons from recent research. IGC Growth Brief. June 2018. (with François Gerard)