Current research

My current research refers to issues in family, health and labor economics, with a focus on gender and ageing-related topics. In particular, I study (i) how public policies and the labor market affect the careers of women, (ii) how parental investments and formal education improve subsequent outcomes, both in childhood and in adult life, and (iii) how public interventions affect health-care use and provision.

Research Projects

Culture, parenting and labor supply

With Simone Moriconi (IESEG School of Management, Paris). Project funded within the project "Migration And Labor supplY wheN culturE matterS", financed by French National Research Agency (ANR-18-CE26-000, AAPG 2018, PI: Moriconi), and within the project “Parenting,...