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[Photo: Maria MOLINA-DOMENE] Dr Maria MOLINA-DOMENE
Research Officer - Labour Markets
Tel:  020 7955 7773
Email: M.Molina-Domene@lse.ac.uk
Room/Desk: 32L 2.01 K  

Curriculum Vitae PDF 

Expertise: Labour, innovation, productivity, high dimensional data

Biography:

I started working at the CEP as a Research Officer in September 2014. I teach Introduction to Econometrics (EC220)

Current Areas of Research:

My post-doctoral research focuses on high dimensional data and time series. I work with the user-generated content on the World Wide Web as a new source of data of potential economic and social significance.I have been studying how the collective content of user posts on sites such as on microblogs, reflects collective mood and correlate with the behaviour of various economic and financial indicators.

Within CEP I work in the Labour Programme, studying the relationship between firm size and wages.

On a new field of work I am collecting social media data for a Big Data project focused on tracking how corporate culture transfers across firms.

Education:

  • PGCert in Higher Education - LSE
  • PhD - Rome III University (European Label)
  • MA in Management of Innovation - S.Anna di Pisa

Awards:

  • 2014 LSE Department of Economics, class teacher prize.
  • 2013 LSE Centre for Learning Technology, “Building knowledge” development grant dedicated to the application of technology tools in providing feedback to students.

Selected Publications:

CEP Publications

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CentrePiece Article
In brief... Social mobility in the United States Maria Molina-Domene
December 2016
Paper No' CEPCP492:
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CentrePiece 21 (3) Winter 2016
| View Video (pdf)

Tags: social mobility; usa; uk; raj chetty