Mini-Bio: I am a Ph. D. candidate in economics at Fundação Getúlio Vargas – EESP. Microdata and reduced form causal inference are used in my current research to investigate the transmission of macroeconomic shocks to the real economy via the credit market. I hold a Bachelors degree in economics from Universidade de São Paulo – FEA/USP (2009) and a professional Master’s degree in economics from Fundação Getúlio Vargas – EESP (2015). I have worked as an economist in several banks and asset management firms previously.
Research interests: macroeconomics, macro-questions, microdata, numerical methods
Supervisor: Tiago Cavalcanti/ Advisor: Marco Bonomo
Teaching: Industrial Organization, Undergraduate, FGV-EESP. I have served as a teaching assistant in Financial Macroeconomics (Professional Master’s Course, FGV-EESP) and Introduction to Macroeconomics (Undergraduate, FGV-EESP).
Publication: COSTA-JÚNIOR, CELSO JOSÉ; FANTINATTI, AMANDA MIRANDA e TELES, VLADIMIR KUHL, “A Política Fiscal Expansionista que Contrai!”, Revista Análise Econômica, Porto Alegre, v. 37, n. 73, p. 225-259, jun. 2019. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22456/2176-5456.68404
Scholarships: I was just awarded research support by FAPESP. Previously, my research was supported by CAPES.