Expertise: Labour economics, Family economics, Economics of education
Biography:Chiara has joined the CEP and CVER as research economist in September 2016. Her research at the Centre focuses on vocational education. In particular, she is involved in research projects investigating the labour market outcomes of apprentices, the role of minimum wage, and the implications of education for social mobility.
Chiara obtained her PhD from the University of Essex in January 2017, with a thesis on intergenerational and occupational mobility. She is currently involved in a couple of projects on job polarization.
Current Areas of Research:
Economics of Education
- PhD, University of Essex
- MSc in Economics, University of Essex
- MSc in Development Economics and Policy, University of Manchester