Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman

Professor Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman

+47 55 95 99 02
Business and Management Science
Labour Economics Tax and Public Economics Economics of Crime


Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman is a Professor at NHH. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Turin in 2014. She is currently collaborating on a grant from the Norwegian Research Council on the effects of the payroll tax. Her research interests include the economics of crime, assortative matching and taxation. She enjoys tinkering with data and learning new strategies to detect crime with it.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina; Kamada, Takuma; Zoutman, Floris Tobias Is Legal Pot Crippling Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations? The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws on US Crime Economic Journal Volume 129 (617); page 375 - 407; 2019
Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina A partner in crime: Assortative matching and bias in the crime market Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Volume 159; page 598 - 612; 2019
Zoutman, Floris Tobias; Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina; Hopland, Arnt Ove Estimating Both Supply and Demand Elasticities Using Variation in a Single Tax Rate Econometrica Volume 86 (2); page 763 - 771; 2018
Campaniello, Nadia; Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina Uncovering the gender participation gap in crime European Economic Review Volume 109; page 289 - 304; 2018
Bove, Vincenzo; Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina Police Officer on the Frontline or a Soldier? The Effect of Police Militarization on Crime American Economic Journal: Economic Policy Volume 9 (3); page 1 - 18; 2017
Bove, Vincenzo; Gavrilova, Evelina Income and Livelihoods in the War in Afghanistan World Development Volume 60; page 113 - 131; 2014
Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina; Puca, Marcello Peer effects in crime A Modern Guide to the Economics of Crime; page 227 - 242; 2022
Gavrilova-Zoutman, Evelina Females in crime A Modern Guide to the Economics of Crime; page 265 - 285; 2022
More publications in Cristin
  • Economic Crime
  • Detection of Crime