Emma Tominey

Emma Tominey is a Professor at the University of York and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor Economics (IZA). Her research focuses on the interaction between family inputs and child human capital development.

Tominey received a B.Sc. in Economics & Accounting with Law (First Class) from The University of Bristol in 2001, a M.Sc. in Economics (Distinction) from The University of Bristol in 2002, and a Ph.D. in Economics from University College London in 2010.

Rita Ginja

Rita Ginja is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Bergen. Her research interests include applied economics, labor economics and development. She has been working on the evaluation of anti-poverty programs in U.S., U.K., and Latin America. Ginja is also studying the changes in within households' allocations in responses to income shocks and to which extent these changes are transferred to children's human capital.

Donna Gilleskie

Donna Gilleskie is Professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She studies the economics of individual decisionmaking with regard to health input demand, labor supply behavior, and health production. The approach reflected in my work involves understanding the dynamics of decisionmaking over time and the role of both observed and unobserved individual heterogeneity.