Gender and Work over the Life Course
Discrimination in the Labor Market
“Gender and Racial Discrimination in Hiring Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from a Field Experiment of Accountants, 2018-2020," with Koji Chavez and Kate Weisshaar, published in Work & Occupations.
A New Dimension of the Motherhood Penalty: Perceptions of Future Childbearing Risk. While we know that mothers, compared to childless women, experience labor market penalties, I argue we are missing how women are perceived in terms of their future childbearing risk. In my dissertation, I examine this novel theoretical concept using three empirical studies in the United States.
Gender and Racial Discrimination in Hiring. With Drs. Kate Weisshaar and Koji Chavez, we conducted a large-scale audit correspondence study to analyze how discrimination changes across job levels and job-applicant skill matching.