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|JEL C15 - Statistical Simulation Methods: General||Computer intensive estimation methods based on Monte Carlo simulations, bootstrap and indirect inference. Also includes machine learning, and development of statistical software for the analysis of economic phenomena.||
Quantitative Methods for Economics
Econometric and Statistical Methods and Methodology: General
|JEL D13 - Household Production and Intrahousehold Allocation||Study of theoretical and empirical models for the analysis of collective choices within the family. Analysis of economic models related to consumption choices, family production, allocation of time, and family work offer. Study of bargaining mechanisms at family level and definition of decision-making powers within the family, endogenous fixation of prices and shadow wages.||
Welfare and Collective Choice
Household Behavior and Family Economics
|JEL I12 - Health Production||Theoretical and empirical economic analysis of demographic phenomena with particular attention to the determinants of the family structure. Study of the temporal evolution of the family structure and relationship with the economic variables.||
|JEL I14 - Health and Inequality||Analysis of the effects of both parental decisions and health interventions on children's and adolescents' inequality in health, and in cognitive and non-cognitive development.||
|JEL J13 - Fertility; Family Planning; Child Care; Children; Youth||Theoretical and empirical economic analysis of demographic phenomena with particular attention to models for the study of fertility choices. Relationship between family work offer and fertility choices. Analysis of the impact of family choices on the conditions of children. Study of relationships between family decisions and cognitive and non-cognitive development of children. Economic analysis of the determinants of juvenile misleading behavior.||
Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
|Health at birth and parental investment decisions||4/16/18|