RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • 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
  • Daniela Del Boca

    concentrates on the interface between household decision-making and social policy, with emphasis on fertility, children's outcomes, and the labor market participation of women.

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    Daniela Del Boca
  • Tiziana Nazio

    highlights that women's careers are tied to couples' fertility choices in a way that men's are not, that the choice to cohabit instead of marrying is "contagious" in that is (also) influenced by what other people do, and that cohabitation (instead of marriage) does not seem to undermine intergenerational relationships.

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    Tiziana Nazio
  • Alessandro Sembenelli

    applies micro-econometric methods to the analysis of public policies and their effects on firms' economic decisions.

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    Alessandro Sembenelli
  • 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

WORKING PAPERS

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2 Feb - 7 Feb 2015

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