Marija Mamolo collaborates with the Human Capital Data Lab since 2020. Her current research activity includes the collection and validation of population data and the analysis of fertility dynamics by education and type of place of residence. In the past she worked also on measures of population ageing, specifically in relation to fertility postponement, on the convergence of family and fertility trends in Europe and on population projections. Marija Mamolo graduated in Statistical, Demographic and Social Sciences at Sapienza University of Rome. In 2004 she received her doctoral degree in Demography from the same university with a dissertation on “Convergence of family formation and reproductive patterns across Europe. Methodological issues and empirical evidence”. She worked at different demographic research institutes in Italy and abroad. She was contractual lecturer of Demography at the University of Trieste (Italy). She is researcher at the Italian National Institute of Statistics.
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