Presenters

On job market

Jaerim Choi

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Jaehee Choi

Duke Kunshan University

Michael Christl

Joint Research Center, European Commission

Emanuele Ciani

OECD

I am an economist at the OECD Centre on Well-Being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity and at the Bank of Italy (currently on leave). I work mostly on inequality, labour economics and regional/urban analysis.

Léa Cimelli

Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques (INED)

I am a second year PhD candidate at INED (national institute for demographic studies) and Sorbonne University.
I am currently working on my thesis on the economic consequences of union dissolution (divorce and widowhood) for ageing individuals in France.
My research interests are : Family Economics, Inequalities, Labor Economics, Applied Economics, Ageing, Demography, Policy Evaluation.

Brian Colgan

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Brian is a PhD candidate at the School of Business and Economics at VU Amsterdam. He holds a B.A. in Business and Economics from Trinity College Dublin and an MSc in Economics from Tilburg University.
His research focusses on the analysis of medium to long run income dynamics in Europe using EU-SILC. He employs novel synthetic panel techniques to overcome data limitations in order to extend the short-run EU-SILC panel and examine income dynamics from new perspectives.

Caroline Coly

Paris School of Economics

Joan Costa-Font

LSE

I am an Associate Professor (Reader) in Health Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and an associate of both LSE Health where I lead the Ageing and Health Incentives Lab (AHIL), and the International Inequalities Institute.

My current research is organised around two broad programs on (i) ageing and caregiving (AG) and (ii) health behaviour and inequality (HB).

Frank Cowell

London School of Economics

Professor of Economics at LSE. co-Director of Public Economics Programme, STICERD. Editor of Journal Economic Inequality. President of ECINEQ 2017-2019

To find the latest version of my paper and the slides for the presentation, please go here:
https://tinyurl.com/k3ju45sh

Nancy Daza-Baez

University College London

I am a PhD. student in social science at the UCL Social Research Institute, with interests in the study of inequalities, poverty, gender, labour economics and social policy.

My current research is focused on the analysis of intergenerational persistence of inequalities and marital sorting.