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I am a PhD candidate at the Toulouse School of Economics and a doctoral scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse.
My work focuses on empirical microeconomics questions. In my job market paper, I investigate the effect that the number of children planned in the future has on educational investment. I use variation in the strictness of the One-Child Policy in China and combine policy data with individual educational outcomes. In a triple differences approach, I find that those allowed to have a second child in the future receive more educational investment than those who are only allowed to have one child.
In other current research projects, I investigate marital preferences and individual motivation for religious participation.
My PhD defense is scheduled for June 2019.