Team Members

The IÉSEG Research Center on Family Labor and Migration Economics is directed by Simone MORICONI.
Thomas BAUDIN

Thomas BAUDIN

Thomas BAUDIN is Associate Professor at IÉSEG School of Management. He received a PhD from the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He is a permanent member of LEM and associate fellow of IRES (UCLouvain).

Enkelejda HAVARI

Enkelejda HAVARI

Enkelejda HAVARI is an Assistant Professor at IÉSEG School of Management and a Research Fellow at IZA Institute of Labour and Global Labor Organization. She holds a PhD in Econometrics and Empirical Economics from the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Tat-Kei LAI

Tat-Kei LAI

Tat-Kei LAI is an associate professor of economics at IÉSEG School of Management and a member of Lille Economie Management (CNRS-9221). He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Toronto.

Adrien MONTALBO

Adrien MONTALBO

Adrien MONTALBO is a post-doctoral researcher in Economics at IÉSEG School of Management. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics.

Simone MORICONI

Simone MORICONI

Simone MORICONI is Associate Professor at IÉSEG School of Management, permanent member of LEM, research affiliate at CESifo and University of Luxembourg. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Catholic University of Milan.

Juan MUNOZ-MORALES

Juan MUNOZ-MORALES

Juan MUNOZ-MORALES is an assistant professor of economics at IÉSEG School of management. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Masters degree from Universidad de Los Andes.

Pierpaolo PARROTTA

Pierpaolo PARROTTA

Pierpaolo Parrotta is Full Professor at IESEG School of Management, Lille. He is permanent member of LEM and he received his PhD in Economics from Aarhus Business School (Aarhus University, Denmark) in 2011.

Dylan PLANARD

Dylan PLANARD

Advisors: Thomas BAUDIN (IÉSEG) and Xavier CHOJNICKI (Université de Lille)

Joseph SIANI

Joseph SIANI

Assistant Professor at IESEG School of Management in Paris, he is a permanent member of Lille Economie et Management (LEM). He got his PhD in Economics from the University of Caen in 2013. He is currently working on fuzzy inequality and multidimensional poverty decomposition, International migration and remittances, voting theory.

Martin VALDEZ

Martin VALDEZ

Advisors: Thomas BAUDIN (IÉSEG) and Etienne FARVAQUE (Université de Lille)