Daniel De Araujo Roland
School of Economics, Keynes College, Room Lg.15
Essays on Economics of Education and Health Economics
For more than four decades health and education levels have been known to be positively correlated. My research aims to understand the relationship between them, to separate correlation from causality and to evaluate how health and education affect each other in different stages in life, from childhood in primary schools to postgraduate adulthood.
Primary field of interest
Economics of Education and Health Economics
Secondary field of interest
Applied Microeconometrics, Labour Economics, Poverty and Inequality
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- International Society for Equity in Health VI International Conference (Cartagena, Colombia) - "Dengue Outbreaks and the Impact on School Proficiency"
- II Oxbridge Conference on Brazilian Studies (Cambridge, England) - "Performance difference between public and private schools: Evidence from the Brazilian State of Sao Paulo"