PhD Student, UK
Anne Hilger is a PhD candidate in Economics at Paris School of Economics – EHESS and DIAL (Paris, France). She is currently a visiting research student at London School of Economics (London, UK). Her research focuses on labour markets in developing countries, particularly the role that cognitive and non-cognitive skills play in the labour markets of Bangladesh and India. Anne is also involved in an impact evaluation of socio-emotional skills in the secondary school system in Mozambique. Prior to starting her PhD, Anne was a research assistant at the World Bank, Washington DC, USA, where she focused on labour markets (specifically youth employment) and social safety nets in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.