Dr Julie Moschion

Research Fellow

Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
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Contact details

Phone: +61 3 9035 4784
Fax: +61 3 8344 2111
Email: moschion@unimelb.edu.au

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Location

Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Level 5, Faculty of Business and Economics Building, 111 Barry Street, The University of Melbourne


Biography

Julie joined the Melbourne Institute as a Research Fellow in October 2010. She received her undergraduate degree in econometrics from Dauphine University, Paris, in 2002 and her MA in macroeconomics from University Paris 1 in 2004. She graduated from the French National School of Statistics and Economic Administration (Ensae) in 2005.
Julie holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Paris 1 (June 2009). In her PhD studies, she used microeconometrics to study the relationship between fertility, labour force participation of mothers and family policies. While completing her PhD, Julie worked for 3 years at the French Ministry of Labour as a Junior Economic Research Analyst. During this time, she worked on various issues linked to program evaluation of labour market policies.

Research Interests / Current Projects

Empirical labour economics, education economics, program evaluation and applied microeconometrics

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Selected Publications / Papers

Academic Publications
Other Publications

- Introducing “Journeys Home” (with M. Wooden, A. Bevitt, A. Chigavazira, N. Greer, G. Johnson, E. Killackey, R. Scutella, Y. Tseng, N. Watson)

Australian Economic Review, 45 (3): 368-378.

- Interruptions de carrière professionnelle et salaires des hommes et des femmes en 2006 (with L. Muller)
[Career Interruptions and Wages in 2006]
Dares Premières Synthèses, 2010, 11

- Activité féminine et composition familiale depuis 1975 (with C. Minni)
[Womens' Labour Force Participation and Familial Composition Since 1975]
Dares Analyses, Dares, 2010, 27