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Office: 150 FOB 
Phone: 801-422-5308
Email: wikle@byu.edu


  Curricu​lum​​​ Vitae

Expertise

Public Economics                               Labor Economics​


Jocelyn S. Wikle

Visiting Profes​​sor​​​​​

Education

Ph.D. Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 2013
M.A. Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 2006
B.A. Economics and Music, Magna Cum Laude, Brigham Young University, 2002

Selected Papers

Patterns in Housework and Childcare among Girls and Boys”.  Journal of Research on Women and Gender.

"Adolescent Caretaking among Siblings" (with Alexander Jensen and Alexander Hoagland). ​Under review.

"In Good Company: Adolescent Well-Being and Shared Time with Family, Friends, and Neighbors" (with Alexander Hoagland). Under review.

"An Analysis of Discussion Forum Participation and Student Learning Outcomes" (with Richard West).​ Under review.


Research and Professional Experience

Dr. Wikle researches family economic decision-making and time use using a range of empirical and computational evaluation techniques and practices.  Her research includes theoretical and computational work on family income tax design, empirical research on family decision-making, and research evaluating responses to policy and technology access in a variety of contexts. She uses an interdisciplinary approach find answers to important questions.​

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Research

​    Working and Published Papers

Classes​​

​     ​Econ 381​

     Econ 388

Other Links

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