I am a Ph.D student at the University of Munich. From Feb to Oct 2019 I will be visiting Princeton University.
My research interests lie at the intersection of public, labor and normative economics. In particular I am interested in the measurement of unequal opportunities and in understanding how inequalities arise at various points of the individual life-cycle.
You can find my latest CV here.
- Upcoming Presentations: Munich Young Economists Meeting (MYEM) (14.06.2019), DIW Applied Micro Seminar (22.06.2019), ECINEQ Paris (3-5 July), HCEO Summer School Bergen (24-28 June), IIPF Glasgow (21-23 August).
- Paper Update: Lower and Upper Bounds of Inequality of Opportunity in Emerging Economies (joint with Andreas Peichl and Daniel Weishaar). Dowload latest version here (01.03.2019)
- Paper Update: The Roots of Inequality: Estimating Inequality of Opportunity from Regression Trees (joint with Paolo Brunori and Daniel Gerszon Mahler). Download latest version here (22.02.2019).