||Dr Joao Paulo PESSOA|
Sao Paulo School of Economics|
Expertise: International Economics, Industrial Organisation
Biography:Joao is Brazilian and completed his PhD in economics at LSE in 2015. He is now an assistant professor at the Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV and an international associate at the Centre for Economic Performance.
Current Areas of Research:
Research interests include international trade, industrial organization and applied micro. Among other research projects, I am currently studying the effects of the recent surge in Chinese export growth on the UK labour market, and the way in which climate change may affect farmers in developing countries through its impact on yield volatility.
- PhD in Economics, LSE, 2015
- MA in Economics, PUC - Rio, 2009
- BA in Industrial Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 2005
- SBE Best Applied Micro Paper Prize, 2015
- SBE Runner-up Best Applied Micro Paper Prize, 2013
- LSE Guen Partnership Scholarship, 2009-2013
- Flex Cars and Competition in Fuel Retail Markets, (with L. Rezende and J. Assunção), International Journal of Industrial Organization, March 2019.
- The Costs and Benefits of Leaving the EU: Trade Effects (with S. Dhingra, H. Huang, G. Ottaviano, T. Sampson and J. Van Reenen), Economic Policy, October 2017
- Winners and Losers from a Commodities-for-Manufactures Trade Boom, (with F. Costa and J. Garred), Journal of International Economics, September 2016