Virginia Minni works on questions in labor, organizational, and development economics. She collaborates with large organizations to study why some people reach their potential in the labor market while others do not, which frictions prevent it, and how to alleviate them. Virginia holds a PhD in Economics from The London School of Economics (LSE).
Current areas of research include:
- The selection, allocation and motivation of talent - with a particular focus on large firms.
- The role of labour movements in developing countries: how they shape workers' outcomes, firm productivity, and, ultimately, economic development.