Anne E. Winkler
Professor of Economics
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Department of Economics
Education: B.A., Economics,
Current Employment: Professor of Economics and Public Policy Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Editorial Board, Journal of Labor Research, 2010-present.
Awards: Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2005-2006, U.M.-St. Louis.
Research Interests: economics of the family, economics of gender, welfare and poverty; the interrelationships between family structure and labor market outcomes
Latest Edition of The Economics of Women, Men and Work, 7th edition (Pearson), by Blau, Ferber, & Winkler, published July 2013. Link to Book
For a paper related to teaching this course, see
Gender, Family, and Work” (with Francine D. Blau), in International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, edited by Gail Hoyt and KimMarie McGoldrick, Elgar Press, 2012 (Chapter 66, pp. 693-706). Link to Handbook
Work in Progress:
“How did the Housing & Labor Market Crises Affect Living Arrangements?” (with William H. Rogers), forthcoming presentation at the November 2013 APPAM meetings.
“Homelessness and Foreclosures” (with William H. Rogers and Patrick Fowler)
“Publishing Productivity in Economics across Colleges and Universities, 1991-2007” (with Sharon G. Levin, Paula E. Stephan, and Wolfgang Glanzel), forthcoming in Eastern Economic Journal.
(Earlier version, IZA Working Paper No. 6082 , September 2011.)
“The Diffusion of Information Technology and the Increased Propensity of Teams to Transcend Institutional and National Borders” (with Sharon G. Levin, Paula E. Stephan, and Wolfgang Glanzel), March 2011. IZA Working Paper No. 5857 [updated in February 2013 and forthcoming in Revue Economique.]
“The Relationship Between the Housing & Labor Market Crises and Doubling-Up: An MSA-Level Analysis, 2005-2010” (with William Rogers). Monthly Labor Review, August 2013 PDF version. (Earlier version, IZA Working Paper No. 7263 (March 2013.)
“Cohabitation and Marriage Programs in State TANF Programs“ (with Robert A. Moffitt, Robert T. Reville, and Jane McClure Burstain), RAND Working Paper Series WR-585-1 (2009) http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/WR585-1/
Memberships: American Economic Association (AEA), Society of Labor Economists (SOLE), Midwest Economics Association (MEA), Population Association of America (PAA), Committee on Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP), International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE).
Ad Hoc Referee: American Journal of Sociology, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, American Review of Public Administration, American Sociological Review, Contemporary Economic Policy, Demography, Eastern Economic Journal, Economic Inquiry, Economics of Education Review, Eastern Economic Review, Feminist Economics, Industrial Relations, International Economic Review, International Journal of Manpower, The International Journal of Organizational Analysis, IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, The Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Economic Education, Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Journal of Family Issues, Journal of Labor Research, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Journal of Population Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Human Resources, Labour, Management Science, Monthly Labor Review, Policy Studies Journal, Population Research and Policy Review, Public Finance Review, Public Opinion Quarterly, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review of Economics of the Household, Research in Labor Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Social Science Research, Social Science Quarterly, Social Forces, Sociological Quarterly, Work Family Encyclopedia
Courses Taught: Undergraduate: Introductory Microeconomics, Economics of Gender, Labor Economics, and Introductory Econometrics. Graduate: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (MBA course), Labor Economics, and Public Sector Microeconomics.