Lisa Simon is a postdoctoral researcher in Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in the lab of Prof. Susan Athey. Her research focusses on the future of work, career pathways and lifelong learning.
Previously, Lisa completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Munich in Germany, during which she analyzed individual determinants of labor market outcomes, such as the impact of structural change on education and occupation choices.
She has worked the ifo Institute - Germany’s top policy and research institute - as well as the French Ministry of Health, the OECD and the European Parliament.
Bachelor of Arts, Lancaster University (2012)
PhD, LMU University of Munich, Economics (2019)
MSc, Sciences-Po Paris / École Polytechnique / ENSAE, Economics (2014)
BA, Lancaster University, Economics and International Relations (2012)
- Does the education level of refugees affect natives attitudes? EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW 2021; 134
- Skills, signals, and employability: An experimental investigation EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW 2020; 123