My research is located within the topics of social stratification, educational inequality, women in the labour market and education, intra-household dynamics, and adult and child well-being. Although my research agenda spans various areas, I essentially study inequalities in their different forms and levels: I am interested in both how individual factors influence inequalities and how institutions shape and contribute to inequality and discrimination. My work particularly focuses on gender and social background.
My teaching portfolio includes both method and substantive courses in sociology, social policy, and social research methodology at the undergraduate and graduate level. Some examples are: Gender and the Welfare State, Measurement and Causes of Poverty, Educational inequality, Economic Sociology, Introduction to Empirical Sociology and Methodology of Social Sciences. I obtained the Max Weber teacher training certificate in 2017.