The role of social norms for women’s career choices and gender inequality in the labour market
Julia is a PhD student in the Department of Social Policy and in CASE. She holds an MSc in Economics and an MSc in Environment & Development from the London School of Economics. Prior to her PhD, she worked as a consultant at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C. Alongside her PhD work, Julia began teaching microeconomics (EC201) to undergraduate students and applied regression analysis (MY452) to postgraduate students.
Social economics (social norms, social identity, culture), gender inequalities in labour market outcomes, work-family policies, labour economics.
Supervisors: Dr Joan Costa-Font, Dr Berkay Özcan