Michelle Marshalian is a teaching fellow at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a candidate for a doctoral degree in Economics at the Université de Paris Dauphine. She previously attained her master’s degrees at the London School of Economics and Sciences Po and her bachelors from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has several years of experience working at the OECD on inequality, labor policy, gender and governance, and other research-focused national and international organizations. Her research interests include historical inequality, income redistribution, and fiscal policies, political economy, anti-corruption, labor and employment policy, migration, productivity, gender equality, innovation, and telecommunications policies. She specializes in the use of firm-level data and employment micro-data to conduct her research.
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