Siha Lee
I am a fifth year Ph.D. student in Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
My research interests are in labor / public economics, entrepreneurship and firm dynamics.

Topics that I am interested include (but are not limited to):
  • Labor supply decisions among older workers and their interaction with public policies
  • Household insurance mechanisms against wage / health shocks
  • Accumulation of retirement savings and intergenerational transfer of wealth
  • Determinants of entry, survival, and quality of entrepreneurship

Contact Information:
Email: siha [dot] lee [at] wisc [dot] edu
Mailing address: Social Science Building #7222, 1180 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI 53706-1393

Curriculum Vitae: PDF

Research:
Working Papers

Work in Progress
"Household Responses to Disability Shocks: Spousal Labor Supply and Consumption"
"The Effect of Firm-Sponsored Training on Firm Productivity" (with Cristian Hernandez and Fu Tan)
"Understanding Self-Employment Dynamics Among Older Workers"

Teaching:
Spring 2015 : Econ 310 - Stats: Measurements in Economics (Undergraduate level)
Fall 2014 : Econ 709 - Econ Stats and Econometrics I (Ph.D level)