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Free University of Bozen - Bolzano

Professoren auf Planstelle der 1. Ebene | Labor and Public Economics

Steven Stillman

Steven.Stillman@unibz.it

+39 0471 013132

BZ E3.03
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Universitätsplatz 1
39100
Bozen

Short bio

I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Washington in 2000. Prior to moving to Italy in 2016, I was a Professor of Economics at the University of Otago in New Zealand. My research focuses on empirical labour economics, specialising in the behaviour of individuals and households, and the interplay between government policy and human behavior. I have done extensive work examining the impact of migration on immigrants and their families exploiting a lottery used to allocate migrant quota slots. In recent work, I have also examined voting behavior along a number of dimensions and how individuals have responded to changes in a number of policies, including minimum wages, the drinking age and doctor’s fees.
 

Lehrveranstaltungen

Finanzwissenschaft

27065 · SECS-P/03 · Master in Ökonomie und Management des öffentlichen Sektors · EN

Globalisierung und Migrationen

26505 · SECS-P/01 · Weiterbildender Euregio Master der Grundstufe in Europäischer Öffentlicher Verwaltung - Schlüsselkompetenzen für die Entwicklung der Euregio Tirol Südtirol Trentino · EN

Öffentliche Wirtschaft

27199 · SECS-P/03 · Bachelor in Ökonomie und Sozialwissenschaften · EN

Quantitative Research Methods

29022 · Doktoratsstudium in Management and Economics · EN

Wirtschaftspolitik und Intervention der öffentlichen Hand

27068 · SECS-P/03 · Master in Ökonomie und Management des öffentlichen Sektors · EN

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Labor Econ: Gender Wage Gaps,  Impacts of Minimum Wages, Impact of Migration

Health Econ: Impacts of Doctor’s Fees on Usage and Outcomes, Stress, Pregnancy and Child Outcomes

Political Econ: How Do Voters Make Decisions about Political Parties and Political Systems

Development Econ: Parental Skills and Early Childhood Education; Civil Conflict and the Child Quality-Quantity Trade-off

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