Working Papers:

  • The Value of Revolving Doors in Public Procurement (with Stephane Straub) – available on request
  • Free-Riding and Synergies in Procurement Design – new version coming soon

Work in Progress:

Other Publications in Economics:

  • “Bank Failure and Regulatory Capital: Evidence from Brazil” with Marcelo Liberman and Jorge Pires, Forthcoming, Brazilian Review of Economics.
  • “Market Power and Competition Intensity in the Brazilian Market of Banking Loan” with Paulo F. Azevedo and Marcelo Cardoso, Forthcoming, Revista Pesquisa e Planejamento Econômico.
  • The Impact of the New Bankruptcy Law on the Brazilian Credit Market (with Andre Carraro, Regis A. Ely and Felipe Garcia), Forthcoming, Brazilian Journal of Applied Economics.
  • The Pattern of Generic Drug Entry in the Brazilian Pharmaceutical Market (with Everton Silva), Brazilian Review of Econometrics, 37(1), 1-18, 2017.

Publications in Other Fields:

  • Cost Analysis of Substitutive Renal Therapies in Children (with Ana Cristina Bastos, Luciana de Santis Feltran, Maria Fernanda Camargo, Paulo Cesar Koch Nogueira, Seiji Fetter), Forthcoming, Jornal de Pediatria.

Book Chapters:  

  • An Analysis of the Different Concession and Governance Frameworks for Public Bus Transportation System in the City of Sao Paulo (with Luis Vasconcellos, Frederico Turolla, Marcelo Allain, Jorge Pires, Helcio Takeda, Igor Gondim and Priscila Ribeiro), In Série de Cadernos Técnicos, São Paulo, The World Bank/ANTP/EMTU, 2015 (In Portuguese).
  • The Brazilian Procurement System of Price Registration, In Aperfeiçoando a Qualidade Regulatória, Eduardo Fiuza and Lucia Helena Salgado (editors), Rio de Janeiro, IPEA, 2015 (In Portuguese).
  • Government Procurement and Public Policy in Minas Gerais: The Profile and the Role of Public  Procurement in the State (with Fernando Blumenschein, Seiji Fetter and Luis Fernando  Rigato Vasconcellos), In Séries Estados Brasileiros: Minas Gerais, Klenio Barbosa and  Renata Vilhena (editors), Rio deJaneiro, FGV, 2015 (In Portuguese).

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