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11.09京师经管名家论坛62期——The Long-Run Effects of the EITC on Women's Earnings
发布日期: 2017-10-30  浏览次数:

主    题:The Long-Run Effects of the EITC on Women's Earnings
时    间2017年11月9日(周四)下午15:00-16:30
地    点:后主楼1620室
主讲人:David Neumark教授,University of California at Irivine
主持人:李实教授,北京师范大学经济与工商管理学院

摘    要:
We use longitudinal data on marriage and children from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics to characterize women’s exposure to the federal and state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) during their first two decades of adulthood. We then use measures of this exposure to estimate the long-run effects of the EITC on women’s earnings as mature adults. We find some evidence indicating that exposure to a more generous EITC when women were unmarried and had young (pre-school) children leads to higher earnings and hours, and perhaps wages, in the longer run. We also find some evidence that exposure to a more generous EITC when women had young children but were married leads to lower earnings and hours in the longer run. Nonetheless, these longer-run effects are to some extent consistent with what we would expect if the short-run effects of the EITC on employment that are documented in other work, and predicted by theory, are reflected in cumulative labor market experience that influence earnings.


主讲人简介:
David Neumark is Chancellor’s Professor of Economics and Director of the Economic Self-Sufficiency Policy Research Institute (ESSPRI) at UCI and a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

He has made significant research contributions in numerous areas of labor economics that intersect with important public policy issues. Neumark’s research has contributed particularly to the methodological development regarding the measure of labor market discrimination, to the “new minimum wage research,” and to the economics of aging and age discrimination. He is also actively engaged as a consultant on large, class-action discrimination lawsuits.

Neumark has published intensively in top journals such as American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Economic Journal, Journal of Public Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Human Resources, Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Economic Literature.

 

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