Gabriel is an MRes/PhD candidate in the Economics department affiliated with STICERD. His main fields of interest are empirical Development and Public Economics. His research focusses on studying labour markets in developing countries and evaluating the impacts of government policies for poverty alleviation. He is also interested in income and wealth inequality, intergenerational mobility, evidence aggregation of empirical studies and the process of knowledge transmission between academic research and public policy.
Gabriel holds a BSc in Engineering from PUC-Rio, an MSc in Statistics from KU Leuven and an MSc in Economics from University College London. He has previously held research and teaching positions at STICERD, UCL, the Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research and PUC-Rio. He is the student representative for the 2nd year MRes students.
Development Economics, Public Economics
EC102: Economics B
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