Dr. Irene Ferrari

Adresse:   Max-Planck-Institute for
Social Law and Social
Policy
Amalienstr. 33
80799 München
Raum: 349
Telefon: +49-89-38602-349
ferrari©mea.mpisoc.mpg.de
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+-Curriculum Vitae

For a full CV, please visit my personal webpage.
 
CURRENT POSITION
 
July 2015-Present: Post-Doctoral Researcher, the Munich Center for the Economics of Aging, Munich, Germany
 
EDUCATION
 
Oct. 2011–June 2015: Ph.D. in Economics, University of Bologna (Italy)
Supervisor: Prof. Matthew John Wakefield
Dissertation: Essays in the Economics of Ageing
Sep. 2010–Sep. 2011: M.Sc. in Economic Policy, University College London (U.K.)
Sep. 2007–Dec. 2009: M.A. in Economics, University of Bologna (Italy)
Mar. 2009–July 2009: Erasmus exchange program, London School of Economics (U.K.)
Sept. 2004–Nov. 2007: B.A. in Economics, University of Bologna (Italy)
 

+-Publikationen

Beitrag in Zeitschrift
  • Ferrari, Irene (2017): "The Effectiveness of Incentives to Postpone Retirement: Evidence from Italy". In: Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, forthcoming (), pp. .
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