Taxes and Time Allocation: Evidence from Single Women
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We thank Raj Chetty, David Cutler, Daniel Hamermesh, Erik Hurst, Lawrence Katz, Louis Kaplow, Bruce Meyer, Claudia Olivetti, Daniel Sacks, Karl Scholz, Daniel Silverman, Todd Sinai, Justin Wolfers, and seminar participants at Harvard, IIES, NBER, the National Tax Association, the Nordic Summer Institute in Empirical Labor Economics, SOFI, Stanford, the Stockholm School of Economics, UBC, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Uppsala, and Wharton for suggestions. We are grateful to Adam Looney, Bruce Meyer, and Mel Stephens for generously sharing data. We are also grateful to Mark Aguiar and Erik Hurst for making their data and code available on the web. Daniel Sacks provided outstanding research assistance. Gelber acknowledges financial support from the National Institute on Aging, Grant Number T32-AG00186. All errors are our own. Email: email@example.com. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.