I am a Postdoctoral Associate at the University of Western Ontario. I work on Professor Rachel Margolis’ project titled with “Family Dynamics Surrounding Parental Leave in Canada: New Insights from Administrative Data.” I am currently based in Ottawa to have access to administrative data at Statistics Canada.
I completed a PhD in Economics at the University of Western Ontario in 2018. My PhD thesis is mainly on married couples' decisions regarding labour supply, time use, fertility, and job search. My research interests are macroeconomics, labour economics, and family economics.
- Why don't married men take parental leave? (Job Market Paper)
- The effects of child-related leaves on a married couple's fertility and labour decisions in a household search framework
- Parental leave and married individuals' time allocations in Canada and the U.S.