Emma Tominey, University of York

Emma Tominey is a labour and family Economist working on applied microeconometric methods.  Her research has quantified that the harm from youth unemployment lasts a lifetime; identified important interactions between government policy and the household in insuring against income shocks; extended the classic models of intergenerational mobility by allowing for differential productivity of parental income across stages of childhood; evidenced strong complementarities in the productivity of parental income across childhood stages; evaluated the effectiveness of two UK government agency incentive schemes.

Currently she is analysing how and why parents investments in their children respond to a change in the cost of parenting; exploring inequalities in socio-emotional abilities of young boys and girls and am modelling the effect of joint parental decisions in pre-school years on later achievement of children.

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