Research interests:

Applied microeconomics, labor economics in a broad sense, with a special focus on health and education.


Brief bio:

I am currently a Research fellow at CEMFI. After I received my PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics in 2011, I spent one year as a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute. Then I joined the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona from 2012 to 2015 as an Assistant Professor, and finally started at CEMFI in 2015.

 
My current research interests focus on the impact of working conditions on workers' health (both mental and physical health). One particular aspect of this issue was how exposure to import competition jeopardizes workers' health and affects future mortality hazards.

I am also working on how pressure at school shapes students' behavior, well-being, and academic choices, and how academic pressure leads to very different performance outcomes for male and female students.

Curriculum Vitae:

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