Dr Rossella Icardi
I am a lecturer of Social Sciences based in the Cardiff Q-Step Centre of Excellence in Quantitative Methods Teaching (www.cardiff.ac.uk/qstep). Before joining Cardiff University, I worked as Research Associate at the University of Bath, on the NEWFAMSTRAT project, and at the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) in London.
Education and qualifications
PhD in Social Sciences. 2011-2015: Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Southampton. Workplace training: who is more likely to participate and what are the implications for wages. Do the type of education and gender matter? An Anglo-German comparison
MSc in Social Policy Analysis. 2010-2011: University of Leuven.
MSc in Economics. 2007-2010: Department of Economics, University of Turin.
BSc in Foreign Trade. 2004-2007: Department of Economics, University of Turin.
My research interests include the study of social inequalities, particularly using a gender perspective; impact evaluations; cross-national comparisons; and quantitative methods for the analysis of cross-sectional and longitudinal data.