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Eva Tène is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toulouse III and affiliated to Toulouse School of Economics; she will be part of the cluster Inequality, Welfare and Social Justice at the EUI from September 2021. She is an applied microeconomist in development and environmental economics. So far, her research has focused on the interactions between environment and human institutions and activities: she studies the origins/consequences of gender differences from a cultural perspective, and she evaluates the impacts of environmental public policies.

Eva wants to pursue her research on issues related to development, roots of inequalities, gender, institutions and cultural norms. During her Ph.D., she participated in a summer school and numerous conferences, and she was a visiting scholar for two months in Boston.

During the Fellowship, she would like to benefit from the opportunity to be in an interdisciplinary environment to exchange and collaborate with students and researchers from both economics and other fields of science. She also intends to publish her ongoing working papers, and to start new research projects related to inequality, gender and institutions.

Expertise for Teaching and Mentoring of Ph.D. Researchers
Eva has taught microeconomics at the undergraduate level.


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