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I am an applied microeconomist with a primary focus on labor economics. I am particularly interested in wage and employment dynamics, and the effects of minimum wages.
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Ph.D. in Economics, since 2019
Freie Universität Berlin
Research Master in Economics, 2018
Sciences Po Paris
M.Sc. in Policy Economics, 2016
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
B.A. in European Business, 2015
In this ongoing project, we study the effect of firm shutdowns on wage losses with a novel approach to accounting for worker heterogeneity. We follow Bonhomme, Lamadon, and Manresa (2019) to uncover workers’ latent types and firms’ classes using the universe of social security data of Italy’s Veneto region. We then measure responses to firm shutdowns across and within workers’ types using an event-study framework.