Alumnus Caroline Liqui Lung continues with a PhD at Paris School of Economics
As of 1 November 2017, alumnus Caroline Liqui Lung starts as a PhD student at Paris School of Economics under the guidance of the renowned economists (and both fellow of the Econometric Society) Prof. Olivier Compte and Prof. Philippe Jehiel. Caroline will conduct research in the field of Behavioral Economics, mainly related to bounded rationality, game theory and policy issues related to global warming.
After she graduated cum laude with a master’s degree in Econometrics & Management Science at Erasmus School of Economics in 2015, Caroline Liqui Lung chose to do a research master at Paris School of Economics. According to Caroline the master helped her a lot in finding her way in economics. She ended up specializing in Behavioral Economics, a field she had never heard of before she came to Paris. In recent months she has worked as a statistical analyst for the Dutch Central Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank). Caroline is thankful to her professors at Erasmus School of Economics who provided her with advice and were willing to write recommendation letters.
For an interview with Caroline Liqui Lung, see p.31 of our corporate magazine Backbone.