Research & Publications



– Political economy of policy and the welfare state
– Social reproduction, unpaid household labor, and care work
– Time-use and working-hours legislation



“Coronavirus Fiscal Policy in the United States: Lessons from Feminist Political Economy,” Feminist Economics 2021, 27(1-2): 419-435.

“The Political Economy of State Regulation: The Case of the British Factory Acts,” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2021, 45(1): 61-84..

“The Historical Evolution of the Cost of Social Reproduction in the United States, 1959-2012”, Review of Social Economy, 2021, 79(1): 51-75.

“Neoliberal Redistributive Policy: The US Net Social Wage in the Early 21st Century”, Review of Radical Political Economics, 2019, 51(4): 581-605.

“The Facts and the Values of the Lucas Critique”, Review of Political Economy, 2019, 31(1): 1-25.

“Stabilization Policy – Phillips before the Phillips Curve.” Co-authored with K. Vela Velupillai. Global and Local Economic Review. 2014 18(1):5-19


“Making the Case for Equitable Growth: Comments on the 2020 David Gordon Memorial Lecture,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 2020: 52(4).

“Care Work.” Forthcoming in Routledge Handbook of Feminist Economics (eds Günseli Berik and Ebru Kongar), invited chapter.

“Teorias Da Competição E As Crises Do Capitalismo.” (“Theories of Competition and the Crisis of Capitalism.”) Co-authored with Anwar Shaikh. Rubra Revista. Winter 2015, 21(13): 13-14. Available in English or Portuguese upon request.


“The State’s Response to the Crisis of Neoliberalism: A Comparison of the Net Social Wage in China and the United States, 1992-2017,” Co-authored with Hao Qi. Revise and resubmit: International Review of Applied Economics. Working paper available here.


Review of “Finding Time: The Economics of Work-Life Conflict” by Heather Boushey,
Review of Political Economy, 28(3) and Feminist Economics, 22(4).


My dissertation “Essays on the Theory and Political Economy of Economic Policy” received the Edith Henry Johnson Memorial Award in Economics, Civil Affairs and Education from The New School for Social Research, 2017.