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In this blog
- The case for investing in good quality early child care
- Reducing the cost of unemployment: The importance of overall impact when designing effective policy
- Holding the baby: parental leave, career prospects, and well-being
Rafael Lalive is Full Professor of Applied Economics and Econometrics at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne.
His research is both academic and applied, and focuses on social economics, labor economics, public economics and microeconometrics.
Labor market: his main research topic is labor market and the effects of public policies on the individual behavior (unemployment insurance, etc.).
Family policies: his research investigates the effects of family policies on labor market participation, fertility, and behavioral outcomes of children.
Energy consumption and transportation: Rafael Lalive has conducted a range of evaluation studies (both micro and macro level studies) and set-up field experiments addressing issues in energy consumption and transportation.
Rafael Lalive obtained a PhD in Economics from the University of Zurich in 2001.