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School of Economics and Finance

Camille Terrier


Senior Lecturer

Room Number: GC419


Camille was previously an Assistant Professor at the University of Lausanne and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She holds a PhD from the Paris School of Economics. Her primary research interests are in economics of education, labor economics, and market design, with a focus on the roots and solutions to social and gender inequalities. Her research covers topics such as the allocation of teachers to schools, the allocation of students to schools, the role of student confidence in their college choices, and the determinants of students non-cognitive skills.


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