Master Thesis (UFSC, 2019)
Assessing the Impact of conventional Monetary Policy on the Capital-Labor ratio in Brazil
Short summary: motivated by the recent developments in the literature about heterogeneous effects of monetary policy, especially on the redistribution of income and wealth, in this work I used a TVP-VAR with Wishart stochastic volatility to assess if monetary policy shocks affect the functional distribution of income. This was my master thesis at UFSC and I am working (at a slow pace) on the paper version. In particular, I am extending the model to have shrinkage in the coefficients. Click here for some slides.
Last update: April 2019.
Papers published in peer-reviewed journals
Giacomazzi, J. et al. Prevalence of ERα-397 PvuII C/T, ERα-351 XbaI A/G and PGR PROGINS polymorphisms in Brazilian breast cancer-unaffected women. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research on line, v. 45, p. 891-897, 2012. [Full text]
Aguiar, E. S. et al . GSTM1, GSTT1, and GSTP1 polymorphisms, breast cancer risk factors and mammographic density in women submitted to breast cancer screening. Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia (Impresso), v. 15, p. 246-255, 2012. [Full text]
Belo-Reyes, Vanessa et al . Breast cancer risk estimates, body mass index and breast density in women submitted to mammographic screening in an underserved population. Cadernos Saúde Coletiva (UFRJ), v. XX, p. 367, 2012. [Full text]
Ewald, Ingrid P et al . Prevalence of the BRCA1 founder mutation c.5266dup in Brazilian individuals at-risk for the Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome. Hereditary Cancer in Clinical Practice (Online), v. 9, p. 12, 2011. [Full text]
GIACOMAZZI, J. et al. Prevalence of the STK15 F31I polymorphism and its relationship with mammographic density. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research on line, v. 44, p. 291-296, 2011. [Full text]
Ashton-Prolla, Patricia et al. Development and validation of a simple questionnaire for the identification of hereditary breast cancer in primary care. BMC Cancer (Online), v. 9, p. 283, 2009. [Full text]