Research keywords: Labour Economics and Public Economics.
Barbara Petrongolo is Professor of Economics at Queen Mary University, Director of the CEPR Labour Economics Programme and Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance of the London School of Economics. She has previously help positions at the London School of Economics, the Paris School of Economics and the University of Carlos III (Madrid).
Her main area of interest is applied labour economics. She has worked extensively on the performance of labour markets with job search frictions, with applications to unemployment dynamics, welfare policy and interdependencies across local labour markets. She has also carried out research on the causes and characteristics of gender inequalities in labour market outcomes, in a historical perspective and across countries, with emphasis on the role of employment selection mechanisms, structural transformation, and interactions within the household.
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Silvia Granato, Elisabetta Pasini, Simone Ferro, Maddalena Ronchi.
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