Research conducted by the Labour and Public Economics group are presented in 5 sections. Click on each picture to browse the projects and teams related to each theme.
Labour supply and demand, the role of unions, family choices, structural models of job search, gender and ethnicity inequalities
Urban development, neighbourhoods, segregation, real estate, the role of amenities, transport, local markets, spatial disparities, local policies
Taxation policies, social security, pension systems, care systems, evaluation of effects on agents and markets
Choice of schools and universities, student allocation, access to education, social and gender disparities, education policies
Evaluation methods, inference, tests, unobserved heterogeneity, selection models, machine learning, identification