Jolanda Eline Ygosse Battisti
She holds a Master's degree in Economics - University of Amsterdam (1992), where he taught in the area of international economics from 1992-1998. She is a doctor student in Economics (University of Amsterdam), in her thesis phase. Since 1999, she has been working at the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Business Administration, where she is an assistant professor of economics, working in the areas of macroeconomics (applied intermediary), open macroeconomics (international finance) and macroeconomics for emerging market economies, development economics, the Brazilian economy, and macroeconomic and development policies, microeconomics, experimental economics, and international economics. She has already coordinated various disciplines and areas of concentration (microeconomics, international economics, among others). She acts as ad hoc advisor for international and national journals (Journal of Economic Education, RAE). She has articles published in peer-reviewed international journals, and several chapters of books in English, Portuguese and Dutch. In her research, she uses both applied econometrics and time series analysis, as well as experimental and behavioral methods. In her classes, besides the traditional model of teaching, she uses experiments, debates and other innovative methods, which recently earned her two internal awards for good teaching and learning practices (2013 and 2014).