Gavrilova-Zoutman in fixed position

By Astri Inga Kamsvåg

17 January 2018 08:35

Gavrilova-Zoutman in fixed position

Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman is one of the six associate professors who have recently been appointed in fixed positions at the Department of Business and Management Science at NHH.

Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman took up the position in January 2018. She has been at NHH since November 2014 in a temporary position as assistant professor. 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.

In autumn 2017 she tought the course MET4 Empirical Methods, and in spring 2018 she is teaching Economic Crime: Detection and Prevention.

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