Welcome! I am a researcher, educator, grant seeker and manager. Currently, I work as a Senior Research Economist at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Institute (LISER), a Research Fellow at DIW Berlin and IZA (Institute for the Study of Labor) in Bonn and a Research Affilliate at the new Center for Population, Development and Labor Economics, POP at UNU-MERIT and GLO Fellow (Global Labor Organization). I am interested in new collaborations. Here is my profile on ResearchGate.
My field of interest is labor, population and demographic economics. At the moment, my research is focused on examining the composition of wealth portfolios and labor market behavior with a demographic twist.
I spent the 2016-2017 AY on sabbatical at the University of Arizona, Department of Economics working on field specialization in economics.
In the past I coordinated the Wealth Project at the Luxembourg Income Study. One of the goals of the project was to create a cross-country comparable database of wealth microdata. The know-how gathered there fed into the ECB coordinated Household Finance and Consumption Project.
I received my Ph.D. from the Department of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. My undergraduate alma mater is Warsaw University,Department of Economic Sciences in Warsaw, Poland.
- Our book on Wealth and Homeownership is out! (Summer 2018)
- Article on the importance of the gender wealth gap in World Finance (Oct 29th, 2017)
- Ranked among top 7% of female economist in IDEAS.
- Check out our report for the EC on difference in wealth between women and men in the EU and in Luxembourg (March 2017)
- Check out our article on divergent debt patterns in the EU in VoX (November 2016)
- I discuss wages and physical appearance in this IZA World of Labor piece (June 2015)