Senior Researcher
Rockwool Foundation
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Miriam Gensowski is a Senior Researcher at the Rockwool Foundation Research unit. Prior, she was assistant and associate professor at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Economics.

Miriam's research is focused on human capital, covering labor economics, the economics of education, and applied microeconometrics. In particular, she has worked on the role of multi-dimensional abilities and psychological traits in life outcomes, their dynamics and determinants, the returns to education, intergenerational occupational mobility, and the role of skills on occupational choice.

She obtained her PhD in Economics at the University of Chicago.