I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at Yale University. My current research investigates the interplay between family structures and labor market outcomes, with a focus on gender gaps and children outcomes. I also study the impact of parental mental health on children outcomes and the inter-generational transmission of poverty.
Before starting my PhD at Yale, I worked as a consultant for The World Bank and the UNCTAD, in projects related to gender, inequality, and the role of trade restrictions on the welfare of households.
If you want to know more about my background and my research see my interview
for the Yale Economics Department.