Received fellowship in 2017.
Tereza is a Ph.D. student in Economics at the University of Michigan. She graduated from
Charles University (Prague, Czech republic) in 2016, earning a Bc in Economics, and spent a year as a Visiting Master’s student at a Ph.D. in Economics program at CERGE-EI, a joint work-place of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Charles University. A In her undergraduate thesis she investigated the determinants of occupational gender segregation. Utilizing the O*NET database she showed what makes a job in the Czech labor market predominantly male or female. At Michigan she would like to continue studying labor and family economics, as well their macroeconomic implications with a focus on intergenerational mobility. https://www.linkedin.com/in/tereza-rano%C5%A1ov%C3%A1-2b59548a/
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