TI would like to welcome and introduce Anne Boring, who has joined TI as a candidate fellow.

Anne Boring

Anne Boring holds a PhD in economics (2012) from the University Paris Dauphine, France. Her main research interests lie in the fields of Economics of Education, Labor Economics, and Applied Microeconomics. The main focus of her research is the study of the impact of gender biases and stereotypes in higher education and the labor market. She has also conducted research in the field of the political economy of trade for her PhD. She joins the Economics Department at Erasmus University Rotterdam, after working for six years at Sciences Po Paris, where she did a Post-doc, and was Assistant Dean for undergraduate studies in economics and mathematics, and then Scientific Advisor for pedagogical innovation.

Anne has become member of TI’s Labor, Health, Education and Development (LHED) research group.