Associate Professor of Economics, University College London
Gabriel Ulyssea is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at University College London, a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and at IZA, and a Research Affiliate at CEPR. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago. His main research interests include economic development and labor economics. His current work focuses on informality, the labor market effects of labor regulation and trade and the role of firms in economic development.
Recent work by Gabriel Ulyssea
What are the effects of trade amidst a large informal sector? New research studies a model tightly connected to data on firms and workers in Brazil
Lower informality does not necessarily translate to higher total factor productivity or improved welfare
Homicides increased in Brazilian regions exposed to greater foreign competition following trade liberalisation, with employment rates the main driver