Jocelyn Wikle, Ph.D.

 

Department of Economics

University of Texas at Austin


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I hold a doctorate in economics from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in

labor economics and public finance. I approach topics from many angles, using theoretical

models, empirical observations, and simulated economies to talk about real-world economic

issues. I enjoy using statistics to uncover relationships in data. I am a research grant recipient

from the Center for Population Economics at the University of Chicago.

 

 

Recent Papers

 

Cinderella and Cinderelliot: Gender differences in adolescent and young adult housework

Patterns in Housework and Childcare among Girls (under review)

Gender Based Taxation and the Lifecycle Allocation of Labor, Leisure and Household Chores

Reducing Labor Distortions Using an Age-based Income Tax

 

Working Papers

Determinants of housework among Children