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Ylenia Brilli

 

http://www.yleniabrilli.eu/

Bio:

I am a labor economist, specialized in family, education and health.
I have joined the University of Gothenburg in September 2015, after a Max Weber fellowship at the European University Institute. In March 2013, I obtained a PhD in Economics from the Catholic University Milan. During my PhD, I spent a visiting period at New York University and I worked as a research assistant for the Center for Household, Income, Labor and Demographic Economics (CHILD) at Collegio Carlo Alberto.

My research interests lie in labor and family economics and applied micro-econometrics. My current research focuses on the estimation of both structural and reduced form econometric models, and deals with the effects of non-parental and family investments, as well as educational policies, on children's health and development, and adolescents' behavior.

Publications list:
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
“Does child care availability play a role in maternal employment and children's development? Evidence from Italy”, With Daniela Del Boca and Chiara Pronzato, Forthcoming Review of Economics of the Household
“Public investments in children’s human capital. Evidence from the literature on non-parental child care”, Rivista Italiana degli Economisti (Journal of the Italian Economic Association), Vol. XIX, N.1, pag. 169-194, April 2014
Book chapter
“Cura dei figli, scelte lavorative delle madri e sviluppo cognitivo dei bambini” [Child care, mothers' employment and children's cognitive development], in L. Cappellari - C. Lucifora (Eds.), Economia della popolazione. Disuguaglianza, Famiglia e Migrazioni [Population Economics. Inequality, Family and Migrations], Vita e Pensiero, pag. 139-156, 2014 (in Italian).
 

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