Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools


You are here: Home / MPRC People / Pinar Mine Gunes

Pinar Mine Gunes

Pinar Mine Gunes


Agriculture and Resource Economics


I am working on the relationship between female education and fertility in a causal manner. The main research focus of my thesis is the economics of fertility and education; in particular female education. I am also interested in the timing of fertility, early fertility and postponement of marriage as a consequence of education policies - specifically compulsory schooling laws--and have research on the aforementioned topics.

Research Interests: Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Demographic Economics, Population Economics, Extension Education Economics.


Learn about Faculty and Student affiliations.