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I am applied micro economist. My research interests are in the area of applied household economics.
I have recently studied the retirement decision of spouses Spousal retirement under individual pension design and the effect of retirement on marital stability marital-instability-and-retirement-july-5.pdf with Karina Doorley.
I also have ongoing work on the effects of terrorism on economic outcomes boston-marathon_july-13.pdf with Andrew Clark and Orla Doyle.
Citations to my work:
"Partners’ Leisure Time Truly Together Upon Retirement", with Arthur van Soest, IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 2016, retirement-leisure-stancanelli-van-soest-mars-14.pdf
"Long Workweeks and Strange Hours”, with Daniel Hamermesh, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Cornell University Press, 2015, Vol. 68, No. 5, 1007-1018 ( NBER WP 20449, September 2014, and IZA DP 8423).paper.pdf;
"Do children of the first marriage deter divorce?", with Héctor Bellido, José Alberto Molina, and Anne Solaz, Economic Modelling, 2016.paper
"How to Reduce the Costs of Institutional Long-Term Care while Monitoring its Quality? Focus on Family and Portable Allowances", IZA World of Labor, 2015, August, 1-10: Institutional long-term care and government regulation . paper
"Toyboys or Supergirls ? An analysis of partners' employment outcomes when she outearns him", with Hans Bloemen, Review of the Economics of the Household, 2015, ,13 (3), 501-530. paper.pdf
"Income taxation, labour supply and housework: a discrete choice model for French couples", with Arthur Van Soest and Jan Kabatek, Labour Economics, 2014, Vol. 27, pp. 30-43. paper.pdf
" Maids, Appliances and Couples' Housework: The Demand for Inputs to Domestic Production", with Leslie Stratton, 2014, Economica, Vol.81, pp. 445-467. paper.pdf