PhD student Esmée Zwiers visits Princeton University
PhD candidate Esmée Zwiers will be visiting Princeton University’s Center for Health and Wellbeing for a period of three months in Spring 2018. During her visit she will mainly work on her job market paper, which focuses on the effect of delayed motherhood on long term labor market and health outcomes of children. Esmée hopes to get useful feedback on her current papers, meet the top scholars in her field, and get inspired by Princeton’s intellectual environment during the three months of her visit.
After finishing her master in Economics and Business Economics (specialization: Policy Economics) in 2015, Esmée Zwiers started a PhD at the Tinbergen Institute. Her supervisors are Prof. Dinand Webbink and Dr Anne Gielen. Esmée’s dissertation focuses on how policy reforms and prenatal developments shape educational and labor market outcomes.
We wish Esmée good luck as a visiting scholar at Princeton University.