Natalia Zinovyeva

Contingent Worker
Contingent Worker
E703 Dept. Economics

Natalia received her Ph.D. in Economics and Management from Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies. Her research interests are in the areas of Labor Economics, Economics of Education, and Economics of Science and Innovation. Her past work primarily dealt with discrimination in the labor market and the assessment of various higher education policies. Her research was published in such journals as American Economic Review, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, and Research Policy.

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Gender Identity, Coworking Spouses, and Relative Income within Households†

Natalia Zinovyeva, Maryna Tverdostup 2021 American Economic Journal: Applied Economics

A walk on the wild side

Manuel Bagues, Mauro Sylos-Labini, Natalia Zinovyeva 2019 Research Policy

Does the Gender Composition of Scientific Committees Matter?

Manuel Fernandez Bagues, Mauro Sylos-Labini, Natalia Zinovyeva 2017 American Economic Review

The role of connections in academic promotions

Natalia Zinovyeva, Manuel Bagues 2015 American Economic Journal: Applied Economics

Immigration and student achievement in Spain

Natalia Zinovyeva, Florentino Felgueroso, Pablo Vazquez 2014 SERIES: JOURNAL OF THE SPANISH ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION

University effects on regional innovation

Robin Cowan, Natalia Zinovyeva 2013 Research Policy

Stimulating Graduates’ Research-Oriented Careers: Does Academic Research Matter?

Mauro Sylos-Labini, Natalia Zinovyeva 2011 Industrial and Corporate Change

Differential Grading Standards and University Funding: Evidence from Italy

Manuel Fernandez Bagues, Mauro Sylos-Labini, Natalia Zinovyeva 2008 CESifo Economic Studies

ICT, skills, and organizational change: evidence from Italian manufacturing firms

Paola Guiri, Salvatore Torrisi, Natalia Zinovyeva 2008 Industrial and Corporate Change