Francesco Roncone

Francesco Roncone

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Economics and Public Policy

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics

I am an applied economist with research interests in labour economics, macroeconomics and gender inequality.

For my doctoral thesis, I am investigating labour market dynamics in the twenty-first century by combining occupation data from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) with representative U.S. survey data.

Current PhD research projects:

  • Within-Occupation Technological Change and Local Labour Markets (JMP)
  • Work-Hour Instability, Occupational Mobility and Gender (Best Paper by Young Researcher ESAM 2023)

Other research projects:

  • Gender-Biased Technological Change and the Gender Wage Gap
  • Directed Occupational Mobility and Task Distance in Crisis

An updated version of my JMP can be found here.

My CV can be found here.

Tutor and Teaching Assistant: ECON1012 Principles of Economics I, ECON3528 Human Resources Economics III, ECON2514 Managerial Economics II (Applied Intermediate Microeconomics), ECON3510 International Finance III

Economics Drop-In Centre - Student Advisor



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