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Home | People | Sara Signorelli

Sara Signorelli

Candidate Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Education, Labor, Policy Evaluation, Technological Progress


Sara Signorelli is currently an assistant professor in microeconomics at the University of Amsterdam. She is a labor economist studying the labor markets of industrialized countries. Her current work uses quasi-experimental econometric designs and administrative employer-employee data to analyze how skilled migration and technological change affect workers and firms. She obtained her PhD from the Paris School of Economics in 2021.