I am currently an Associate Professor (not permanent, agregat interí) at the Department of Economics at the Universitat de Girona (Spain). I obtained my PhD at the Applied Economics Department at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 2009. Previously, I graduated from a MSc in European Social Policy at the London School of Economics and I hold a BSc in Economics and another one in Journalism at UAB.
Most of my research focuses on the Economics of Poverty and Inequality, Economics of the Family, Labour Economics, Health Economics and Applied Microeconometrics.
I am a member of the research groups EQUALITAS and EDReG.
(Only good) News:
April 2018: New funding! Our COST-Action proposal "Transdisciplinary solutions to cross sectoral disadvantage in youth" (YOUNG-IN) has been approved!
March 2018: My article (with N.N. Ferreira-Batista) at the Journal of Health Economics is now out on paper! Ayllón, S. and N.N. Ferreira-Batista (2018). 'Unemployment, drugs and attitudes among European youth', Journal of Health Economics, 57, 236-248.
February 2018: New funding! Grup de Recerca Reconegut (GRC), 2017-2019, AGAUR. Project title: Theoretical and applied macroeconomics: inequality, partial information and expectations (2017-SGR-1571), 36.800 euros (PI: Albert Marcet, IAE-CSIC UAB).
November 2017: New publication accepted! Ayllón, S.; Ramos, X. (2017). 'Youth earnings and labour market volatility in Europe', International Labour Review, forthcoming.
November 2017: My post in "Nada es Gratis" on drugs and unemployment. Read here! (in Spanish).