DYNAMIC WAGE AND EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS OF ELDER PARENT CARE
This article formulates and estimates a dynamic discrete choice model of elder parent care and work to analyze how caregiving affects a woman's current and future labor force participation and wages. The model incorporates parental health changes, human capital accumulation, and job offer avail...
|Main Author:||Meghan M. Skira|
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HOBOKEN Wiley Periodicals, Inc 01.02.2015
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|published in:||International economic review (Philadelphia) Vol. 56; no. 1; pp. 63 - 93|
|Data of publication:||20150201|
I am especially grateful to Peter Gottschalk, Andrew Beauchamp, and Norma B. Coe for their valuable comments. I would also like to thank Brent Bundick, Donald Cox, Michael Darden, Devlin Hanson, Donna Gilleskie, Nadia Karamcheva, Steven Lehrer, Edward Norton, Claudia Olivetti, Geoffrey Sanzenbacher, Shannon Seitz, Steven Stern, Courtney H. Van Houtven, Mathis Wagner, France Weaver, two anonymous referees, and the editor Holger Sieg for helpful comments and suggestions. I gratefully acknowledge financial support from the U.S. Social Security Administration funded as part of the Retirement Research Consortium. All errors are mine.
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