Ellam is a Ph.D. researcher at CenEA and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Warsaw. He holds a MA in Economics from the University of Warsaw, and a Bachelor’s in Economics from the University of Nairobi. His research interests include the economics of ageing, household, labour and behavioural economics.
Martina Brandt is a Professor for Social Structure and Ageing Societies and the Head of the Master program on “Ageing Societies” at TU Dortmund. Her research in the fields of life course and ageing covers family, health and labour across the life course, intergenerational support and social networks, social inequality and social policy in Europe.
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Olena Nizalova is a Research Fellow in Health Economics at the University of Kent (United Kingdom) and Associate Professor at Kyiv School of Economics. She completed her PhD program in Economics at Michigan State University.
Her recent works include an investigation of the behavior of near elderly with respect to the labor supply and informal care for their elderly parents throughout the world, motherhood wage penalty and inequality in workplace amenities in Ukraine.