1. Price discrimination and market concentration: evidence from the laundry detergent market (2021), Manchester School. [paper]

  1. Size of Government and Economic Growth in the largest Latin American country (2015), joint with Helder de Mendonça, Applied Economics Letters. [paper]

  1. Does central bank’s perception regarding the state of the economy affect industrial entrepreneurs’ expectations? Are such expectations important for investment? Evidence from Brazil (2016), with Gabriel Montes, Ensaios FEE [paper]

Working Papers:

  1. Price discrimination in organic food markets: the case of ready-to-eat cereal [paper]

  2. Cartels and asymmetric cost pass-through: evidence from Brazilian gas stations, Economics Bulletin (accepted)

Work in Progress:

  1. Competition, threat of entry, and price dispersion

  2. Effects of antitrust prosecution on consumer search

  3. The effects of cartels on the pricing decision of non-members