Marlon is a PhD student in Economics and teaching assistant at Nova SBE. Primary interests include developing theoretical and applied microeconometrics techniques in labor economics, namely in nonparametric estimation and using high-dimensional fixed effects. Marlon is also a development economist at the World Bank, working at the Social Protection and Jobs Global Protection. His teaching experience includes practical classes for Seminar in European Economics and Principles of Microeconomics (BSc level), and Econometrics (MSc level).
2021 - Master in Data, Economics and Development Policy - MIT
2014 - B.A. in Economics (magna cum laude) - Columbia University
2012 - Master in Statistics - Nova IMS
2011 - Bachelor in Political Science and International Relations - Nova FCSH
Labor Economics, Econometrics, Economics of Education, Inequality, Household Finance
Pedro Portugal (Ph.D.)