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 Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.)