Just become a doctorate in economics, shockingly I feel as I felt before, still eating cereals in the mornings. My research focus on labor economics; it also embraces different aspects of applied microeconomics: housing, sport and education economics. I would like to become a behavioral economist. I am primarily interested in causes and consequences of discrimination.
When I do not do research I am a middle/long-distance runner.
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