I am a PhD student in economics at the European Center for Research in Economics and Statistics, an institution within the Université Libre de Bruxelles. My work is at the intersection of household and labor economics, with a focus on the role that gender plays in household decisions and formation.
The breadwinner norm revisited: The effect of the relative wage on married women’s labor supply. [Working Paper]
Université Libre de Bruxelles, ECARES, Ph.D. in Economics, supervised by Bram De Rock (Ongoing)
Université Libre de Bruxelles, ECARES, M.Sc. in Economics (2014-2016).
Williams College, B.A. in Political Economy (2010-2014)
FRESH Fellowship, F.N.R.S. (2016-2020)
Prix Kirschen, Best Master’s Thesis in Applied Economics, Solvay Schools Alumni (2016)
2018: Society of Economics of the Household Conference, IZA World Labor Conference, ECARES Seminar, Stockholm University Brown Bag Seminar
ECON S-1001: Introduction à la Microéconomie. Teaching assistant, Fall 2017.
srosenbe [at] ulb.ac.be