Dr. Anne-Lore Fraikin
8. Population, Development and Labour Economics
7. Social Protection
Dr. Anne-Lore Fraikin joined the Ph.d. program in Innovation, Economics and Governance for Development at UNU-MERIT and the Ph.D. program in Economics and Management at Liège University (HEC-Ulg) within the Tax Institute in 2016. She received a full scholarship from the Belgian Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS FRESH) and a full scholarship from the United-Nations University in 2016. She works under the supervision of Pr. Dr. Alain Jousten and Dr. Alessio Brown. She completed both programs and obtained a double doctorate degree in September 2021.
Dr. Anne-Lore Fraikin specializes in labour economics, population economics, public economics and microeconometrics. Her doctoral thesis examines the evolution of the impact of social security incentives on individual retirement decisions in single and dual earner couples in Belgium. As part of her thesis, she co-authored two chapters in the National Bureau of Economic Research book series ”International Social Security Around the World”. During her Ph.d., Dr. Anne-Lore Fraikin realized a research stay at the Institute of Public Policy based at the Paris School of Economics, where she examined the retirement behavior of older French workers. She was also a temporary lecturer for the course Public Finance and Political Economy in Belgium and Europe for MSc. students in Economics at the University of Liege and a tutor for the course of Quantitative Methods in Social Protection Policy Design taught in cooperation with the International Labour Organizations for MSc. students in Public Policy and Human Development at Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG)/United-Nations University (UNU).