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About me

I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics of the University of Zurich and an affiliated researcher of the Center for Child Well-Being and Development.

I study the determinants of investments in health and human capital. More generally, my research interests lie in the fields of labor, development and behavioral economics.

I have conducted field experiments in Malawi that examine how parental time-preferences affect investments in children. In another context, I also work with large administrative datasets to study the impact of public policies on low-SES students' higher education decisions.