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    Chair of Labour Economics

    Prof. Christina Felfe de Ormeño, Ph.D.

    Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
    Chair of Labour Economics
    Sanderring 2 - Room 298
    97070 Würzburg

    Tel. 0049 (0)931 31-84969
    Fax 0049 (0)931 31-829250

    Email: christina.felfe@uni-wuerzburg.de

     

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    Short Bio (detailed CV available here)

    -       Professor of Economics at the University of Würzburg since 10/2018
    -       Assistant Professor at the University of St. Gallen (2008-2018)
    -       PhD in Economics (2008) at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona)
    -       Visiting positions at the London School of Economics (2007, 2018), University of Amsterdam (2011, 2012), Ludwig Maximilian
            University of Munich (2018)
    -       Research Affiliate at CEPR (since 2018) and Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), Vienna (since 2018) and
            at CESifo (since 2009)
    -       Member of the “BevölkerungssökonomischerAusschuss des Vereins für Socialpolitk” (since 2014) and of the
            “Bildungsökonomischer Ausschuss des Vereins für Socialpolitk” (since 2013)

     

    Key Publications

    -       “Why Birthright Citizenship Matters for Immigrant Children: Short- and Long-Run Impacts on Educational Integration”(2018), with
             H. Rainer and J. Saurer (forthcoming in Journal of Labor Economics)

    -       "Does Early Child Care Help or Hinder Child Development?” (2018), Journal of Public Economics 159: 33-53 (with R. Lalive)

    -       “Does preschool boost the development of minority children? The case of young Romas in Eastern and Central Europe” (2017),
            Journal of the Royal Statistical Society – Series A 180 Part II: 475-502 (with M. Huber)

    -       “The Tempest: Natural Disasters, Early Shocks and Children's Short- and Long-Run Outcomes", (2015), European Economic
             Review, 80: 280-294 (with E. Deuchert)

    -       “When Does Time Matter? Maternal Employment, Children's Time with Parents and Child Development” (2014), Demography,
             51(5): 1867-1894 (with A. Hsin)

    -       “The Willingness to Pay for Job Amenities: Evidence from Mothers' Return to Work” (2012), Industrial and Labor Relations Review
             65(2): 10-39