Isabel Musse

I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Illinois. I am an applied microeconomist studying the determinants of health among vulnerable populations.

I have papers on the demand for pain medication in the United States, mechanisms driving the decline in fertility during the Zika epidemic in Brazil, and access to technology and pregnancy uncertainty in Nepal.

I will be available for interviews at the EEA 2019 European Job Market in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and the ASSA 2020 Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Research fields: Health, Development, and Applied Econometrics



References: Prof. Rebecca Thornton, Prof. Nolan Miller, Prof. David Molitor, and Prof. Mark Borgschulte