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Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol

Zahra Siddique is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Bristol. She has previously worked at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn (Germany) and continues to be affiliated with the Institute as a Research Fellow. She completed her MA and PhD in Economics from Northwestern University in the US and BSc Honors in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan. Her research interests are in micro-econometrics, labor economics and development economics.

 

Zahra Siddique est maîtresse de conférences en économie à l'Université de Bristol. Elle a précédemment travaillé à l'Institut pour l'étude du travail (IZA) à Bonn (Allemagne) et continue d'être affiliée à l'Institut en tant que chercheuse. Elle a obtenu une maîtrise et un doctorat en économie de l'Université Northwestern aux États-Unis et un baccalauréat spécialisé en économie de l'Université des sciences de la gestion de Lahore au Pakistan. Ses intérêts de recherche portent sur la micro-économétrie, l'économie du travail et l'économie du développement.

 

Zahra Siddique es profesora titular de economía en la Universidad de Bristol. Anteriormente trabajó en el Instituto para el Estudio del Trabajo (IZA) en Bonn (Alemania) y continúa afiliada al Instituto como Investigadora. Completó su maestría y doctorado en economía de la Universidad Northwestern en los Estados Unidos y una licenciatura con honores en economía de la Universidad de Ciencias Administrativas de Lahore en Pakistán. Sus intereses de investigación son la microeconometría, la economía laboral y la economía del desarrollo.

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