Published Papers (Google Scholar citations as of November 27, 2018)

Household Time Use Among Older Couples: Evidence and Implications for Labor Supply Parameters”, forthcoming in Quarterly Journal of Economics, joint with Richard Rogerson.

Social Insurance and Retirement: A Cross-Country Perspective”, Review of Economic Dynamics 22 (2016), 72-92, joint with Tobias Laun. (18 citations)

Retirement, Home Production and Labor Supply Elasticities”, Journal of Monetary Economics 78 (2016), 23-34, joint with Richard Rogerson. (30 citations) 

A Life Cycle Model of Health and Retirement: The Case of Swedish Pension Reform”, Journal of Public Economics 127 (2015), 127-136, joint with Tobias Laun. (29 citations)

Social Security and Cross-Country Differences in Hours: A General Equilibrium Analysis”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 37 (2013), 2466-2482. (56 citations)

Nonconvexities, Retirement and the Elasticity of Labor Supply ”, American Economic Review 103(4) (2013), 1445-1462, joint with Richard Rogerson. (46 citations)

“Aggregate Labor Supply”, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review35 (2012), 2-16, joint with Edward C. Prescott. (24 citations) 

Human Capital Accumulation and the Intertemporal Elasticity of Substitution: How Large is the Bias?”, Review of Economic Dynamics 14 (2011), 577-591. (51 citations)

Micro and Macro Elasticities in a Life Cycle Model with Taxes, Journal of Economic Theory, 144 (2009), 2277-2292, joint with Richard Rogerson. (387 citations)

 “Employment, Hours per Worker and Taxes: A Life Cycle Analysis”,  Annals of Economics and Statistics, 95/96, July/December (2009), 105-120, joint with Richard Rogerson. (1 citation)

 Lifetime Aggregate Labor Supply with Endogenous Workweek Length”, Review of Economic Dynamics 12 (2009), 23-36, joint with Edward C. Prescott and Richard Rogerson. (128 citations)

 “The Modern Theory of Aggregate Labor Supply and the Consequence of Taxes”, joint with Edward C. Prescott, in Cutting Taxes to Increase Prosperity, edited by Hannes H. Gissurarson and Tryggvi Thor Herbertsson, Reykjavik: Bokafelagid, 2007.

Working Papers

Having It All? Employment, Earnings and Children”, joint with Tobias Laun

It Sucks to Be Single! Marital Status and Intra-Generational Redistribution of Social Security”, joint with Max Groneck. (VOX column)

Health, Longevity and Pension Reform”, joint with Tobias Laun, Simen Markussen and Trond Vigtel

Work in Progress

“Single Mothers and the Welfare State”, joint with Max Groneck

“The Role of Family Policies in Accounting for Cross-Country Differences in Labor Supply”, joint with Tobias Laun