Main Research Interests in Economics
My research focuses on gender in higher education and the labor market. I started studying the impact of gender biases and stereotypes in higher education at Sciences Po, within the context of a European-funded research project called Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia (EGERA). In several research projects, I have studied the impact of gender stereotypes and biases on student evaluations of teaching, and on students’ higher educational choices. In my current research projects, I am interested in testing and measuring the impact of interventions designed to reduce the impact of gender stereotypes and biases in higher education. I am also interested in understanding how gender stereotypes and biases influence the development of students’ leadership skills and entrepreneurial interests. Finally, I am interested in gender biases in performance evaluations.
Trade, Development and Interest Groups
I completed a PhD in economics at the University Paris Dauphine in July 2012, on The Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry on U.S. Trade Policy. I continue to conduct research on trade and development.