Social Research | Research Officer
Karina Doorley received her PhD from University College Dublin in 2012. Her thesis focused on the effect of fiscal and social policies on labour supply and redistribution in Europe. Prior to this, she studied economics at Cambridge University and University College Dublin. She worked at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) as a Research Associate from 2012 until 2014. She joined the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) as a Research Associate in 2014 and was appointed head of the “Employment and Wages” unit at LISER in 2016. She joined the ESRI as a Research Officer in 2017 and is also currently a Research Fellow at IZA.
Her research interests include labour market policy evaluation, inequality and demographic change.
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Latest Publications: Budget 2019: tax and welfare changesMinimum wages and the gender gap in payThe gender impact of Irish budgetary policy 2008-2018Minimum wages and the gender gap in pay: New evidence from the United Kingdom and IrelandThe empirical content of marital surplus in matching modelsThe tax treatment of pension contributions in IrelandMinimum wages and the gender gap in pay: new evidence from the UK and IrelandTaxation, Work and Gender Equality in IrelandDemographic change and the European income distributionInequality in EU crisis countries: How effective were automatic stabilisers?
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Programmes and Projects: A Review of Ireland in EUROMODSWITCH Model: Databases and Technical DevelopmentAnalysing Labour Supply DecisionsModelling Healthcare EntitlementsAnalysis of Childcare SubsidiesIncome Distribution and Redistribution