Maria Ventura

Maria Ventura

PhD Candidate in Economics

Department of Economics

Connect with me

Languages
English, French, Italian, Spanish
Key Expertise
Labour economics, Public Economics, Applied Microeconomics

About me

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.

Research Interests
Labour Economics, Public Economics, Applied Microeconomics

Supervisors
Camille Landais

Research Centres
CEP, STICERD

Teaching
EC411: Microeconomics for MSc

CV | Research | Personal Website

 

Expertise Details

Occupational choice; social mobility