Economic Development • Labor Economics • Public Economics
Current Research Interests:
International migration and human capital investment; income inequality; poverty traps; adult children's care for elderly parents; economic mobility of individuals and families over time and generations; allocation of resources within households and families; endogeneity of race and ethnicity; economic development in historical perspective.
PhD Stanford University 2007
MA Stanford University 2005
BA Harvard University 2001
Francisca Antman, PhD, Stanford University, 2007, is an assistant professor with research interests in international migration and human capital investments, income inequality, poverty traps, adult children’s care for elderly parents, and the economic mobility of individuals and families over time and generations, and the allocation of resources within households and families, the endogeneity of race and ethnicity, and economic development in historical perspective. Her current work focuses on the impact of migration on the health and education outcomes for children and parents of migrants remaining in Mexico.