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Professor Emma Tominey
Professor

Profile

Biography

  • BSc(Bristol)
  • MSc(Bristol)
  • PhD(UCL)

Departmental roles

  • Chair, Department Research Committee (DRC)
  • Deputy Head of the Applied Econometrics Cluster
  • Postgraduate Admissions Tutor

Research

Overview

Labour Economics and Applied Econometrics. I have worked on labour topics including youth unemployment and policy evaluation of government incentive schemes. 

Currently I am interested in the technology of skill formation and the peer effects of female labour supply.

Projects

  • "Maternity Leave and the Effectiveness of Female Labour Supply as Insurance"
  • Intergenerational Mobility, Human Capital Formation, and the Timing of Parental Income (with Pedro Carneiro, Italo Lopez Garcia and Kjell Salvanes).
  • Family Income Shocks and Adolescent Human Capital (with Pedro Carneiro and Kjell Salvanes).
  • Mother's Labor Supply: The Family Peer Effect (with Cheti Nicoletti and Kjell Salvanes).
  • "Where Does all the Time Go? Maternal Labour Supply and Time With Children." with Sarah Grace See and Jo Swaffield.

Publications

Selected publications

Full details of publications can be found at RePEc

‘Intergenerational Mobility and the Timing of Parental Income’, 2020 (with Pedro Carneiro, Italo Lopez Garcia and Kjell Salvanes). Journal of Political Economy.  
 

‘The Family Peer Effect on Mothers’ Labour Supply’, 2018  (with Cheti Nicoletti and Kjell Salvanes). American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.

'Incentives in the Public Sector: Evidence from a Government Agency', 2017 (with Simon Burgess, Marisa Ratto and Carol Propper). The Economic Journal.

'Female Labor Supply and Household Employment Shocks: Maternity Leave as an Insurance Mechanism', 2016. European Economic Review. 

'Smarter Task Assignment or Greater Effort: the impact of incentives on team performance', 2010 (with Simon Burgess, Carol Propper, Marisa Ratto, Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder). The Economic Journal.

'The Male Wage Scar from Youth Unemployment', 2005 (with Paul Gregg). Labour Economics.

 

 

Dr. Emma Tominey

Emma Tominey
Professor
Department of Economics
Room: A/D/201

Tel: 01904 323781

emma.tominey@york.ac.uk
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