A dynamic model of education choice and female labour supply over the life-cycle allowing for experience effects on wages and accounting for the tax and welfare system.
Education Policies In Equilibrium
We estimate an overlapping generations model of education choice and labor supply with altruistically linked families to analyze the impact and interplay between private and public funding of education
We use an equilibrium search model where firms choose to locate in the formal or informal sector and unskilled workers search randomly for jobs. We use the model to evaluate the impact of policies towards informality.
The Effect of Education Policy on Crime: An Intergenerational Perspective
We examine the impact of a reform increasing compulsory education on crime outcomes for those affected by the reform and their children.