Francesca CornagliaReader in EconomicsEmail: email@example.comTelephone: +44 20 7882 8419Room Number: GC520Website: http://www.francescacornaglia.co.ukOffice Hours: Monday: 2 pm - 3pm or by appointment any other day of the weekProfilePublicationsProfileResearch keywords: Health Economics, Microeconomics Francesca Cornaglia is a Reader in Economics at Queen Mary University of London. Her main research interests lie in the fields of health economics, labour economics and applied micro-econometrics. Francesca received her PhD from The University of Turin in 2005. Before joining Queen Mary she held a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University College London. Take a listen the School of Economics and Finance podcast episode: In Conversation with Dr Francesca Cornaglia to find out more about her research and our MSc Mental Health Economics.ResearchPublications Cornaglia F., Drouvelis M., Masella P. (2019) "Competition and the role of group identity", Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 162, 136-145 Cornaglia F., Lekfuangfu W.N., Powdthavee N., Warrinnier N. (2017) "Locus of control and its intergenerational implications for early childhood skill formation", Economic Journal. Crivellaro E,. Cornaglia F., McNally S. (2015) "Mental Health and Education Decisions", Labour Economics, Volume 33, Pages 1–12. Clark A., Cornaglia F., Layard R., Powdthavee N., Vernoit J. (2014) "What predicts a successful life? A Life-Course Model of Well-Being", Economic Journal, 124, F720-F738. Cornaglia F., Leigh A., Feldman N. (2014) "Crime and Mental Wellbeing", Journal of Human Resources, vol. 49, no. 1, 110-140. Adda J., Cornaglia F. (2013) "Taxes, Cigarette Consumption, and Smoking Intensity: Reply", The American Economic Review, 103(7), 3102-14. Adda J., Cornaglia F. (2010) "The Effect of Bans and Taxes on Passive Smoking", American Economic Journal – Applied Economics, vol. 2, No.1, 1-32. Adda J., Cornaglia F. (2006) "Prices, Cigarette Consumption and Smoking Intensity", The American Economic Review, Vol. 96, No. 4, 1013-1028.