Maria Fernanda Sikorski

Maria Fer­nan­da is Made’s Pro­ject Mana­ger and Con­tent Editor. 

Isabella Comini Bouza

Isa­bel­la Comi­ni Bou­za is an under­gra­du­a­te stu­dent in Eco­no­mics at FEA/USP. She is inte­res­ted in rese­ar­ch topics such as dis­tri­bu­ti­ve impacts of public edu­ca­ti­on, the mul­ti­pli­er effect of pro­gres­si­ve taxa­ti­on, and sus­tai­na­ble development.

João Pedro Leme

João Pedro Leme is a lawyer, holds a LLB from FD/USP and is an under­gra­du­a­te stu­dent in Eco­no­mics at FEA/USP. He is inte­res­ted in rese­ar­ching topics such as dis­tri­bu­ti­ve impacts of public policy (espe­ci­ally regar­ding public health), eco­no­mic deve­lop­ment, fis­cal policy, and tax progressivity.

Fernanda Peron

Fer­nan­da Peron is an under­gra­du­a­te stu­dent in Eco­no­mics at FEA/USP and cre­a­tes our digi­tal con­tent. She is inte­res­ted in rese­ar­ching macro­e­co­no­mics and poli­ti­cal economy.

Eduardo Rawet

Edu­ar­do Rawet is a PhD stu­dent at Ame­ri­can Uni­ver­sity (AU). He holds a Mas­ter’s degree in Eco­no­mics from the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo and a degree in Eco­no­mics from the Fede­ral Uni­ver­sity of Rio de Janei­ro. His mas­ter the­sis tri­ed to unders­tand some cor­re­la­ti­ons and cau­sa­li­ti­es in a Kalec­ki­an fra­mework of out­put growth, inco­me inequality […]

Adriano dos Reis Miranda Laureno Oliveira

Adri­a­no Lau­re­no is a Seni­or Eco­no­mic Analyst at Pros­pec­ti­va Con­sul­to­ria. He holds a degree in Eco­no­mic Sci­en­ce from the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo and a Mas­ter’s degree in Eco­no­mic The­ory from the same ins­ti­tu­ti­on. He car­ri­ed out an aca­de­mic exchan­ge pro­gram in the Tech­nis­che Unver­sität Ber­lin and was a rese­ar­ch assis­tant at FIPE. He is […]

João Victor Sales Marcolin

João Mar­co­lin is an MS stu­dent in Eco­no­mics at the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo and holds a bachelor’s degree from the same ins­ti­tu­ti­on. He is inte­res­ted in poli­ti­cal eco­nomy, eco­no­me­trics and macroeconomics.

Matias Rebello Cardomingo

Mati­as Rebel­lo holds a mas­ter’s degree in Eco­no­mics from the Uni­ver­sity of São Paulo.

Theo Ribas Palomo

Theo Ribas Palo­mo is a mas­ter’s stu­dent at the Paris Scho­ol of Eco­no­mics (PSE) and holds a bache­lor’s degree in eco­no­mics from the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo (FEA/USP). He is inte­res­ted in rese­ar­ch topics such as fis­cal inci­den­ce, ine­qua­lity, and deve­lop­ment economics.

Rodrigo Toneto

Rodri­go Tone­to is a PhD stu­dent at Que­en Mary Uni­ver­sity of Lon­don. He holds a master’s degree in Eco­no­mics at the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo and a bachelor’s degree in Eco­no­mics from the same ins­ti­tu­ti­on. He is inte­res­ted in rese­ar­ching inter­na­ti­o­nal finan­ce, mone­tary policy and cross-coun­­try inequalities.

João Vicente Novaes Camargo Manna

João Vicen­te Nova­es is a PhD can­di­da­te in Deve­lop­ment Eco­no­mics at the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo. He holds a master’s degree in Deve­lop­ment Eco­no­mics from the Fede­ral Uni­ver­sity of Rio Gran­de do Sul and a degree of Eco­no­mics from the Fede­ral Uni­ver­sity of Juiz de Fora. He is inte­res­ted in the fol­lowing topics: post-Key­­ne­­si­an theory, […]

Vinicius Curti Cícero

Vini­cius Cur­ti Cíce­ro is a PhD stu­dent at Colo­ra­do Sta­te Uni­ver­sity (CSU). He holds a master’s degree in Eco­no­mic The­ory from the Uni­ver­sity of São Pau­lo and a bachelor’s degree in Eco­no­mics from the same ins­ti­tu­ti­on. He is inte­res­ted in macro­e­co­no­mics in gene­ral. In par­ti­cu­lar, he is inte­res­ted in issu­es rela­ted to une­ven deve­lop­ment, with […]