Research Director CNRS
Campus Jourdan – 49 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris
3rd floor, office 09
elena.stancanelli at psemail.eu
- Demography and Household Economics
- Labour Markets
I am an applied micro-economist. My research interests are in the area of applied household economics and time allocation. In particular, I have studied couples' allocation of time to household work and leisure time at retirement; the impact of different forms of income taxation on household time uses; and the labour supply of couples in which the wife outearns the husband; as well as the decision to work from home. Another stream of my research focuses on behavioral impacts of conflict economics.
I am a lifetime member of the Executive Committee of the Society of the Economics of the HOusehold (SEHO), and I was the first SEHO President elect (2017-19). SEHO was founded in 2017 by Shoshana Grossbard (San Diego State University) and counts over 400 members in 34 countries, spanning all continents. I organized the 2018 annual meeting of SEHO the Paris-School-of-Economics and co-organized the 2021 annual meeting of SEHO at Boston University (which took place virtually).
I am in the Top 5% Women in Economics in REPEC.
I have supervised many doctoral students and acted as Thesis Comittee President/Member and Thesis Referee of several other doctoral students in France and abroad, as well as Habilitation (hdR) Committees of many junior colleagues. I have also sitted in institutional doctoral programs abroad. I have supervised numerous master dissertations. All my students are doing great in the job market. (See dedicated pages on this website for more information).
I have organized in June 2023 a Summer School on the Economics of Gender together with Thomas Breda, Libertad González, Nagore Iriberri & Claudia Senik, at the Paris School of Economics, which was attended by many excellent French and international postgraduated students and junior colleagues from academia and international organizations.
Just came out:
"Older mothers’ employment and marriage stability when the nest is empty" oldermothers-final.pdf with Hippolyte d’Albis and Karina Doorley, Chapter in "Mothers in the Labor Market", edited by Alberto J. Molina, Springer, 2022.
"Household Expenditure in the Wake of Terrorism: evidence from high frequency in-home-scanner data", with Thierry Verdier and Daniel Mirza, Economics and Human Biology, August 2022.
A tale of hours worked for pay from home before and after the Great Recession: learning from high-frequency diaries, with Arie Kapteyn (University of South California, Los Angeles), Vox EU, April 2021. https://voxeu.org/article/tale-hours-worked-pay-home-and-after-great-recession-learning-high-frequency-diaries
The Impact of Terrorism on Individual Well-being: Evidence from the Boston Marathon Bombing, with Orla Doyle and Andrew Clark, The Economic Journal, 2020, 130 (631), 2065–2104 boston-marathon_final_revised_61218.pdf
Women's Employment, Wages and the Household, with Elisabeth Dolan (University of New Hampshire), Journal of Family and Economic Issues, supplement issue "Decade in Review 2010-19", 2021, 42, 101-106.
Work in Progress :
How did 9/11increase support for the Conservative Party in the UK, sole author.
Banking frauds and terrorist attacks, sole author.
The effects of the Obama care act on household labor supply and beyond, with Anna Bottasso, Gianluca Cerruti e Maurizio Conti (all the coauthors are affiliated to University of Genoa, in Italy).
Spousal labour supply and Norwegian retirement reforms, with Bernt Bratsberg (Frisch Center Oslo).
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