Labor economics; hours measurement; economics of technological change; self-employment; study of work-life balance; time use research; effects of child gender on parental time allocation; school to work transition; economics of education.
Ph.D., Economics, University of Washington, 2001 A.B., Economics, Smith College, 1992
Research Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2001-present
Selected Publications and Working Papers
“Impacts of COVID-19 on the Self-employed” (with Charlene Kalenkoski), forthcoming in Small Business Economics