- Determinants of well-being in the Brazilian populationAuthor
- Aloisio Campelo
Holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from PUC-RJ, with a Diploma in Economics for Development from Queen Mary College. MBA in Business Finance and Master in Business Economics from FGV. He is currently an economist at FGV’s Brazilian Institute of Economics (FGV IBRE), where he coordinates the department that produces trend surveys.
- Viviane Seda Bittencourt
She holds a Master's degree in Economics from Fundação Getulio Vargas (2011). She is currently coordinator of the Center for Economic Cycles of FGV’s Brazilian Institute of Economics (FGV IBRE). She has experience in research, macroeconomics, consumer, trust and economic cycles.
- Fernanda Machado
Master's degree student at the University of Warwick: MSc Behavioural and Economic Science (2017-2018) and graduated in Economics from IBMEC RJ (2013-2016). She was a Research Fellow at FGV’s Brazilian Institute of Economics (FGV IBRE).
- João Renato Leripio
He holds a Master's degree in Economics from Fluminense Federal University (UFF). He works as a researcher at the Federal District Planning Company (CODEPLAN). He participated in the RIDGE Summer School in Montevideo (UY) and the Dynare Summer School in Le Mans (FR). He has R language programming skills for data analysis, statistics and econometrics. He presented papers for two editions of the International Seminar on Statistics with R (SeR) organized by the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics of UFF, receiving third place award in the 2017 edition with the work “The drivers of break-even inflation in Brazil: a LASSO approach”.