Personal profile


I am Associate Professor at the Department of Social Sciences and Business. My research is whithin Finance and Economics. More specifically, main topics in Financial Economics are Banking, Asset Pricing and Behavioral Finance. Main topics in Macroeconomics are the study of Optimal Currency Areas and the economics of the Euro.

I belong to the research group Management and Organization at the Department of Social Sciences and Business. Internationally, I cooperate with different colleagues including from Germany (Ingolstadt School of Management and FOM Munich), the United States (University of Memphis and Hartford University) and China (University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, UCAS).


I teach in all levels of our Business and Social Sciences Education. First, at the BA level, I teach Quantitative Methods as well as Accounting and Corporate Finance. At the MSc level, I teach a course in Portfolio Theory as well as other Advanced topics within Finance. At the PhD level, I teach quantitative methods.

Education/Academic qualification

Financial Economics (DAAD Full Scholarship), PhD, Saving Based Asset Pricing Models: A Contribution to the Solution of the Equity Premium Puzzle, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt


Award Date: 19 Sept 2011

Finance (CNPQ full scholarship), Master, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro


Award Date: 31 Dec 2007

Economics, Bachelor Hons, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro



  • Management, Organization, Business economy and administration, Management and organization of industry, trade, and communication
  • Finance
  • Financial Economics
  • Asset Pricing
  • Green Finance
  • Economics, Politics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Optimal Currency Areas
  • Euro

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