Simone Schüller is a researcher at the German Youth Institute (DJI) since 2020. Previously, she held positions as an economist at the ifo Center for Industrial Organisation and New Technologies (Munich, Germany), research fellow at FBK-IRVAPP in Trento (Italy), resident research affiliate at IZA (Bonn, Germany), research associate at DIW (Berlin, Germany) and young graduate trainee at ESA (Noordwijk, The Netherlands). She studied economics in Mainz, Pisa and Leipzig and received her PhD in economics from FU Berlin in 2013.
Her research interests include applied microeconomics, policy evaluation, migration, education, family economics and new technologies.
She became an IZA Research Fellow in 2013.