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Hilda Ralsmark

Hilda Ralsmark is a post-doc researcher at the Center for Health Economics at Gothenburg University (CHEGU). Her main research interest is empirical microeconomics, especially within the areas of health, labor and family economics. She received her PhD from Lund University in 2015. During her PhD she was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley and VU Amsterdam. She also holds a MSc in Economics from Lund University and a BSc in Industrial Economics from Warwick University.
Currently, Hilda is working on research that focuses on the influence of family members in determining spouses’ outcomes and children's adult outcomes. For example, her research explores the importance of the risk of a divorce or separation on spouses’ well-being, and the importance of family size on children’s adult outcomes in terms of labor market income and general health status. She is also interested in social (in)tolerance and well-being, and one of her papers study the importance of media visibility of people of color on social tolerance.

Primary research interest: Applied microeconomics, health, labor and family economics.

Secondary research interest: Social tolerance and well-being.

Publications
Oswald, Andrew J., and Hilda Ralsmark (2007), “Some Evidence on the Future of Economics.” Royal Economic Society, Issue no. 138.
 

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