About me

My research fields are education, labor, and health economics. I am primarily interested in the human development of adolescents and young adults, focusing particularly on the formation of human capital, mental health, intergenerational mobility, and socioeconomic disadvantage. In my work, I apply microeconometric techniques to large administrative and survey-based data.

My current research focuses on the determinants of skill formation, the economic consequences of childhood disadvantage, the impacts of education and welfare policies, and the importance of mental health and self-control for economic behavior.

My CV is available here, and my work can be found on Google Scholar and RePEc.