Lisa K. Simon is a postdoctoral researcher in Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in the lab of Prof. Susan Athey. Her research focusses on the future of work, and how individual workers adapt to change, including to technological progress such as AI. She uses state-of-the-art methods in econometrics and machine learning as well as data sources from the US and Europe to answer these questions. Previously, Lisa completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Munich in Germany. Her dissertation analyzed individual determinants of labor market outcomes, such as the impact of structural change on education and occupation choices. She has worked the ifo Institute - Germany's top policy think tank and research institute - as well as the OECD, French Ministry of Health and the European Parliament.