Kristina Zapp joined ZEW’s Research Department “Labour Markets and Human Resources” in January 2017. Her research interests lie in the fields of empirical labour economics and applied econometrics. In the research area “Digitalisation and International Labour Division (Leibniz-Program for Female Professors)”, she investigates the effect of minimum wages on automation.
Kristina Zapp participates in the Center for Doctoral Studies in Economics (CDSE) PhD programme at the University of Mannheim. Prior to that, she earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Mannheim, during which she completed an exchange semester at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, as well as a bachelor degree in mathematics from Heidelberg University.
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