Dr. Larissa Marioni is an Economist in the Trade, Investment & Productivity directorate at NIESR. She specialises in applied micro-econometrics and data analysis, with a particular focus on panel data and employer-employee data. She also has expertise in handling big data sets.
Larissa has a background in labour economics and economics of education with a broader research interest in development economics and policy analysis. In the past, she worked in projects for the Research Support Foundation of the State of Minas Gerais in Brazil.
Larissa holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Southampton. Her PhD thesis focused on educational mismatch and labour market outcomes and its consequences on issues in development economics using panel data methods.
Larissa is also a Research Associate at the ONS-funded Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE) where she is involved in a project to obtain new measures of the human capital stock in UK regions, and to analyse how the stocks have evolved and are affected by migration flows.
2019 Ph.D. Economics, University of Southampton, UK
2014 M.Sc. Economics, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil
2011 B.Sc. Economics, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil
2020 - present, Economist, NIESR
2020 – present, Research Associate, ESCoE