Julia Philipp

Julia Philipp

PhD candidate

Department of Social Policy

About me

Research topic:

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.

Research interests:
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

Expertise Details

Social economics; gender; labour market; social norms; poverty; preferences for redistribution