I'm an economist by training and historian by heart. In fact, I usually say that I have a split soul, as I like to engage historically with recent economics (i.e., economics produced after World War II), in particular macroeconomics. I've been working on how modern tools, techniques and modeling strategies came to be dominant, or had their use stabilized in the postwar period. In common with the other "Kids", I'm interested on the particular communities and networks in which the use of those tools are stabilized, and how technical knowledge is created.
I'm an associate professor in economics at the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP), and several of my academic work can be found in my page at SSRN, and, for those who dare to know Portuguese, in my official homepage.
I like very much the sand of this Playground and hope to have a playful interaction with the e-world.