Claudia Olivetti is the George J. Records 1956 Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College and the co-director of the NBER group on “Gender in the Economy.” Her research focuses on women in the labor market including wages, hours, and careers and on intergenerational mobility and marriage institutions in historical perspective. She has worked on the baby boom and maternal health and on historical and comparative perspectives on the gender gap.
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