The Danish Center for Social Science Research (VIVE), Denmark
IZA World of Labor role
Researcher, The Danish Center for Social Science Research (VIVE), Denmark
Health economics, family economics
PhD candidate, University of Copenhagen (2017–2020); Visiting PhD student, Stanford University (2018)
PhD Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2020
"Inattention or reluctance? Parental responses to vaccination reminder letters." Journal of Health Economics 76 (2021).
Medical care and public health interventions in early childhood may improve human capital accumulation as well as child healthAmple empirical evidence links adverse conditions during early childhood (the period from conception to age five) to worse health outcomes and lower academic achievement in adulthood. Can early-life medical care and public health interventions ameliorate these effects? Recent research suggests that both types of interventions may benefit not only child health but also long-term educational outcomes. In some cases, the effects of interventions may spillover to other family members. These findings can be used to design policies that improve long-term outcomes and reduce economic inequality.MoreLess