Anna is a LSE Fellow in Population at the Department of Social Policy, LSE, starting in October 2018.
She completed a PhD in Sociology at the University of Oxford with a thesis on the outcomes of the use of fertility treatments and Assisted Reproductive Technology for children and families. Prior to this she completed a Msc in Economics and Social Studies at Bocconi University and worked at Population Europe (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research).
Anna's main research interest is in family demography and especially fertility patterns in Western societies. She is also interested in child development and the processes of intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status, and the impact of parenting styles and activities.