Staff working papers
Using micro data from the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Survey and Current Population Survey, I document that government spending shocks affect individuals differently over the life cycle.
The effects of fiscal policy shocks on labour market outcomes across gender depend on the type of public expenditure. Women benefit most from increases in the government wage bill, while men are the main beneficiaries of higher investment spending.
"From He-Cession to She-Stimulus? The Labor Market Impact of Fiscal Policy across Gender",
(with A. Bonk), SERIEs 13, 309–334 (2022).