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New Doing Economics project: "Female labour supply and the macroeconomy"

The Stone Centre is pleased to present its first education resource produced in collaboration with CORE Econ.

Female labour supply and the macroeconomy is an extra, free data-analysis project in Doing Economics. It explores the macroeconomic effects of the growth and subsequent flattening out of women’s participation in the labour market in the US from the 1940s to the 2020s.

Students are guided step-by-step in the research and learn how to use the Hodrick-Prescott filter, compute business cycles, and interpret macroeconomic data.

This project is authored by Joern Onken, a PhD student in economics at UCL, and a Stone PhD Scholar, and Eileen Tipoe, Reader at Queen Mary University of London and member of CORE Econ’s Editorial Board.

> We've prepared a poster with more information about this data project.

More about Doing Economics

Doing Economics is CORE Econ’s collection of free projects teaching students data-handling, software, and statistical skills that will be transferable to other courses and to the workplace. All projects come with step-by-step instructions for Excel, Google Sheets and R, and are linked to CORE’s free ebooks The Economy 2.0, and Economy, Society, and Public Policy. Coming soon are versions in Python. 

More about the education mission of the Stone Centre at UCL

The mission of the Stone Centre at UCL is to advance research and teaching to provide a clear understanding of the causes of wealth inequality, and its economic and political consequences. Its mission is accomplished by complementing CORE Econ’s educational mission, supporting the production of teaching and learning materials, and promoting a paradigm change in economics education.

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