Ethan Connor O’Leary

PhD Candidate Ethan Connor O’Leary

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Behavioural economics Gender Economics

I am a second year PhD Research Scholar at the Department of Economics, NHH, affiliated to the Choice Lab at the FAIR research institute.

My research uses behavioural and experimental methods to study the causes and effects of inter- and intra-identity group inequality. In particular, I am interested in the topics of gender and regional inequality. My PhD projects focus on early stage development of gender and social status stereotypes in terms of education and career evolution and how these impact the trajectories of mobility opportunities.

Prior to joining the Norwegian School of Economics, I obtained an MSc from the Stockholm School of Economics and a BSc from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, both in Economics.

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