Claudia Olivetti
Claudia Olivetti
Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
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Mothers and sons: Preference formation and female labor force dynamics
R Fernández, A Fogli, C Olivetti
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 119 (4), 1249-1299, 2004
10882004
Unequal Pay or Unequal Employment? A Cross‐Country Analysis of Gender Gaps
C Olivetti, B Petrongolo
Journal of Labor Economics 26 (4), 621-654, 2008
5172008
The economic consequences of family policies: lessons from a century of legislation in high-income countries
C Olivetti, B Petrongolo
Journal of Economic Perspectives 31 (1), 205-30, 2017
3062017
Gender Roles and Medical Progress
C Olivetti, S Albanesi
Journal of Political Economy 124 (3), 650-695, 2016
299*2016
Changes in women's hours of market work: The role of returns to experience
C Olivetti
Review of Economic Dynamics 9 (4), 557-587, 2006
292*2006
The evolution of gender gaps in industrialized countries
C Olivetti, B Petrongolo
Annual review of Economics 8, 405-434, 2016
2512016
Home production, market production and the gender wage gap: Incentives and expectations
S Albanesi, C Olivetti
Review of Economic dynamics 12 (1), 80-107, 2009
2372009
Shocking labor supply: A reassessment of the role of World War II on women's labor supply
C Goldin, C Olivetti
American Economic Review 103 (3), 257-62, 2013
1872013
In the name of the son (and the daughter): Intergenerational mobility in the united states, 1850-1940
C Olivetti, MD Paserman
American Economic Review 105 (8), 2695-2724, 2015
1852015
Demand dynamics with socially evolving preferences
R Aversi, G Dosi, G Fagiolo, M Meacci, C Olivetti
Industrial and corporate change 8 (2), 353-408, 1999
1591999
The expanding gender earnings gap: Evidence from the LEHD-2000 Census
C Goldin, SP Kerr, C Olivetti, E Barth
American Economic Review 107 (5), 110-14, 2017
1532017
Women in the labour force: How well is Europe doing?
C Pissarides, P Garibaldi, C Olivetti, B Petrongolo, E Wasmer
Women at work: an economic perspective, 7-63, 2005
1472005
Mothers, peers, and gender-role identity
C Olivetti, E Patacchini, Y Zenou
Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (1), 266-301, 2020
142*2020
The Female Labor Force and Long-Run Development: The American Experience in Comparative Perspective
C Olivetti
Human Capital in History: The American Record, 161-197, 2014
141*2014
Gender gaps across countries and skills: Demand, supply and the industry structure
C Olivetti, B Petrongolo
Review of Economic Dynamics 17 (4), 842-859, 2014
103*2014
Maternal health and the baby boom
S Albanesi, C Olivetti
Quantitative economics 5 (2), 225-269, 2014
1032014
Predictive ability with cointegrated variables
V Corradi, NR Swanson, C Olivetti
Journal of Econometrics 104 (2), 315-358, 2001
902001
The dynamics of gender earnings differentials: Evidence from establishment data
E Barth, SP Kerr, C Olivetti
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
892017
Social norms, labor market opportunities, and the marriage gap for skilled women
M Bertrand, P Cortés, C Olivetti, J Pan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
882016
Gender and Dynamic Agency: Theory and Evidence on the Compensation of Female Top Executives
S Albanesi, C Olivetti, MJ Prados
Research in Labor Economics 42 (March), 1-60, 2015
70*2015
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