Head shot of Emilie Courtin

Emilie Courtin

Former Bell Fellow

Emilie Courtin has a PhD in social policy from the London School of Economics, and was a research fellow at King’s College London. Her dissertation assessed the impact of changes in living arrangements on the mental health of older Europeans and Americans. As a Bell Fellow, she evaluated the long-run consequences of parental leave and early childhood education policies on women’s health. She also explored the long-term effects of the Opportunity NYC Family Rewards Program—the first conditional cash transfer implemented in the US. (Emilie is currently an assistant professor at the London School of Economics.)