Catalina Lauer is a Research Assistant at the CEPR (Centre of Economics and Regional Policy). She is currently researching the impact of longer school schedules in women's job quality.
She holds a masters dregree in Economics from Adolfo Ibañez University, Chile. Her research interests includes economics of education, gender economics, development and immigration.
Her first paper has been recently acepted and will be published in july 2019 in the journal "Estudios Pedagógicos".
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