- Development Economics (primary)
- Labor Economics
- Gender and Development
Patriarchal Norms, Religion and Female Labor Supply: Evidence from Turkey (2015). World Development 76, 40-61. (Link)
Married Women’s Economic Independence and Divorce in the 19th and early-20th Century U.S. (with Daniel P. MacDonald). Social Science History, forthcoming.
Pronatalist Policies and Women’s Fertility Preferences in Turkey: Do Women Really Want (at least) Three Kids?
Women’s Labor Market Decisions and Empowerment in Turkey.
Targeting Women’s Employment: Do Employment Subsidies Work? Evidence from Turkey. (Anadolu International Conference in Economics 2015 Best Research Paper)
Work in Progress
Determinants of Domestic Violence: Evidence from Turkey.
Culture or Oil Curse: What Explains the Stagnation of Female Labor Force Participation in the Middle East?