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Fields of interest: Economic Analysis of Law, Applied Microeconomics, Labor Relations
Luciana Yeung is is a clinical professor and associate dean of Insper’s undergraduate programs in Economics. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the São Paulo School of Economics (EESP) of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), a master’s degree in Applied Economics and Industrial Relations from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and bachelor’s degree, also in Economics, from the University of São Paulo (USP).
She is a founding member and former President of the Brazilian Association of Law and Economy (ABDE).
As a researcher, she is dedicated to the field that applies economic methods to matters of law. She often collaborates with Economic Analysis of Law Review, a pioneering academic publication in this field in Brazil, and her papers have been published in national and international journals, as well as several book chapters in Brazil and abroad. She also contributes to the Millenium Institute with articles and lectures about legal, economics and political matters in Brazil.
She is a frequent guest to lecture on Economic Analysis of Law in Schools of Magistracy, State Attorney’s Schools, Postgraduate courses in Law and Economics in several states of Brazil. She delivered the Opening Class of the 1st Specialization Course in Law and Economics of the State University of Campinas (Unicamp).
Among the projects she has already developed are: measuring impacts of the New Commercial Code project, evaluating the trend of judicial decisions on outsourcing of labor, evaluating the legal security created by the Judiciary in matters of competition defense (report For the National Justice Council, CNJ), a project for the construction of efficiency indicators for the São Paulo City Council, among others.
Currently, she have been focused her research on the following themes: empirical evaluation of trends in judicial decisions, evaluation of the impact of normative rules (ex ante and ex post), evaluation of the efficiency of the Judiciary.