Tina Rampino is an applied economist with experience in education and labour economics. She has worked with large longitudinal surveys from both developed and developing countries and the purpose of her research is to uncover the mechanisms behind inequality with a specific focus on education and the intergenerational transmission of disadvantage.
She has conducted research on educational aspiration and attitudes of young people coming from less advantaged backgrounds.
- Young people’s outcomes
- Economics of education
- Aspirations and attitudes
- Labour economics
- Policy evaluation
- Family economics
- Intergenerational mobility
Taylor, Mark and Tina Rampino. 2014. "Educational Aspirations and Attitudes over the Business Cycle." Economica, 81(324), 649-73.
Rampino, Tina and Mark P. Taylor. 2013. "Gender differences in educational aspirations and attitudes" ISER Working Paper Series:2013-15.
- BSc International Economics and Management (Bocconi University,Milano),
- MSc Economic Theory (Universita’ Cattolica del Sacrocuore, Milano),
- MSc Applied Economics and Data Analysis (Department of Economics, University of Essex, Colchester),
- PhD Economics (ISER, University of Essex, Colchester)