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Assistant Professor, LSE

Dr Elisabetta De Cao is Assistant Professor of Health Economics in the Department of Health Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is also an Associate Member of MiSoC at the University of Essex, a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of African Economies of the University of Oxford, and a Dondena (Center for Research and Social Dynamics) Research Affiliate at Bocconi University.


Dr. Elisabetta De Cao est professeure adjointe d'économie de la santé au Département de politique de la santé de la London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Elle est également membre associée du MiSoC à l'Université d'Essex, associée de recherche au Centre pour l'étude des économies africaines de l'Université d'Oxford et affiliée à la recherche Dondena (Centre de recherche et de dynamique sociale) à l'Université Bocconi.


La Dra. Elisabetta De Cao es profesora adjunta de Economía de la Salud en el Departamento de Políticas de Salud de la London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). También es Miembro Asociado de MiSoC en la Universidad de Essex, Investigadora Asociada en el Centro para el Estudio de las Economías Africanas de la Universidad de Oxford y Afiliada de Investigación de Dondena (Centro de Investigación y Dinámica Social) en la Universidad Bocconi.

  • 15 Mar 2021
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Addressing hidden support for gender inequalities

What can be done to tackle gender inequality in the developing world? This column argues that alongside investments in...

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  • 08 Mar 2021
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Measuring gender attitudes in developing countries

A research agenda that is responsive to issues of gender inequality should recognize the methodological challenges of...

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