Rebecca is a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics, affiliated with the CEP. Her main field of interest is Labour economics. Her research focuses on occupational attainment and occupational choice.
Her current projects include the impacts of financial incentives on teacher recruitment, labour market outcomes and ethnicity, uncertainty and welfare in university choice, and Brazilian gangs.
Occupation, Employment, Education and Discrimination
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Centre for Economic Performance
EC317: Labour Economics
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