Esther is a researcher at COMPAS working on the REMINDER project. Her research interests are in applied microeconomics, specifically labour and family economics and the economics of migration. She has worked on the impact of immigration policies on children’s economic prospects, assimilation and labour market outcomes. Her main focus now is on the determinants of migration and its impact on labor markets and public services.
She is completing a PhD at the Queen Mary University of London. She holds a Masters in Economic Analysis from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Previously, she worked as a research assistant in the Labour Markets Group at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics and as a teaching assistant at SOAS, University of London and Queen Mary University of London.
Carlos Vargas-Silva, Esther Arenas-Arroyo, Madeleine Sumption, Martin Ruhs, Rob McNeil, Scott Blinder, William Allen, Yvonni Markaki, Cinzia Rienzo, Osea Giuntella and Chiara van Praag | January 2017 - December 2019