I am a PhD Candidate in Economics. My research so far has focussed on intergenerational persistence of occupations and its effects on labour market outcomes. More generally, I am interested in how agents make career choices and how this process can affect welfare and inequalities.
Prior to joining the PhD programme, I completed the MRes (with distinction) and the MSc (with merit) in Economics at the LSE. I hold a BA in Management (cum laude) from University of Rome La Sapienza and spent a semester as visiting student at University College Dublin, Ireland, and one at Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
Labour Economics, Public Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Professor Camille Landais
Professor Johannes Spinnewijn
EC411: Microeconomics for MSc
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