RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • Ainhoa Aparicio Fenoll

    shows in her research that: (i) firms facing greater competition offer less secure jobs, (ii) economic booms induce early school leaving.

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    Ainhoa Aparicio Fenoll
  • Manuela Naldini

    her main research areas of interest are comparative welfare state and gender inequalities; work-family reconciliation issues; care policies, parental policies and women’s employment.

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    Manuela Naldini
  • Aleksey Tetenov

    studies what kinds of knowledge policy makers could gain from randomized clinical trials and how that evidence should influence their decisions. His findings apply to all fields using randomized trials, e.g., economic development, criminology or education research.

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    Aleksey Tetenov
  • Elena Vigna

    is interested, among other things, in applications of stochastic optimal control to decision-making in defined contribution pension schemes, as well as in models of stochastic mortality.

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    Elena Vigna
  • Francesca Luppi

    investigates the relationship between fertility and subjective wellbeing in the two directions, both in the longitudinal and the cross-countries perspective. In particular, she focuses on the determinants of the subjective wellbeing and the life events, considering the impact of both personality and contextual factors.

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    Francesca Luppi

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23 Feb - 28 Feb 2015

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