I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Basel. My research combines theory and empirics to evaluate the design of health and social insurance policies.
I graduated with a PhD in Applied Economics from the University of Basel in October 2022. I visited the Center for Labor Economics at the University of California, Berkeley in spring 2022. Before my doctoral studies, I worked as a research fellow in health economics at the University of Lausanne.
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Fields of interest
- Labour Economics
- Health Economics
- Policy Evaluation
- Applied Econometrics
- Timing Moral Hazard under Deductibles in Health Insurance.
- Unemployment Insurance with Response Heterogeneity (with Conny Wunsch).
- Hours Mismatch and Income Tax Incentives for Low-Earning Workers (with Ulrike Unterhofer).
- Zabrodina, Véra, Mark Dusheiko, and Karine Moschetti (2020). A Moneymaking Scan: Dual Reimbursement Systems and Supplier-Induced Demand for Diagnostic Imaging. Health Economics, 29(12): 1566--1585.
- Moschetti, Karine, Véra Zabrodina, Pierre Stadelmann, Tenzin Wangmo, Alberto Holly, Jean-Blaise Wasserfallen, Bernice S. Elger, and Bruno Gravier (2017). Exploring differences in healthcare utilization of prisoners in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. PLOS ONE, 12(10): e0187255.
- Moschetti, Karine, Véra Zabrodina, Tenzin Wangmo, Alberto Holly, Jean-Blaise Wasserfallen, Bernice S. Elger, and Bruno Gravier (2018). The determinants of healthcare expenditures of prisoners: Evidence from Switzerland. BMC Health Services Research, 18:160.
- PhD in Applied Economics, University of Basel (2022)
- M.Sc. in Economics, University of Lausanne (2015)
- B.Sc. in Economics, University of Lausanne (2013)
- Causal Inference for Policy Evaluation: Master’s and PhD course, fall terms 2021 and 2022
- Applied Empirical Analysis: Master’s and PhD course, fall term 2020
- Empirical Research Methods in Labour Economics: Master’s and PhD course, fall terms 2018 and 2019
- Advanced Empirical Research Methods: Master’s and PhD course, fall terms 2018 and 2019