Dr Hayley Fisher

BA Cambridge, MPhil Cambridge, PhD Cambridge
Lecturer

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Hayley Fisher received her PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge in 2011. Her research interests are in labour and demographic economics with a focus on issues related to household formation and intrahousehold resource allocation. She has a particular interest in the behavioural effects of family law

Research interests

  • Labour Economics
  • Economics of the Household
  • Public Policy

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Fisher, H., Low, H. (2009). Who wins, who loses and who recovers from divorce? In Jo Miles and Rebecca Probert (Eds.), Sharing Lives, Dividing Assets: An Inter-disciplinary Study, (pp. 227-256). Hart Publishing.

Journals

  • Fisher, H. (2013). The Effect of Marriage Tax Penalties and Subsidies on Marital Status. Fiscal Studies, 34(4), 437-465. [More Information]
  • Fisher, H. (2012). Divorce Property Division Laws and the Decision to Marry or Cohabit. Journal of Law Economics and Organization, 28(4), 734-753. [More Information]
  • Fisher, H. (2012). Divorce Property Division Laws and the Decision to Marry or Cohabit. Journal of Law Economics and Organization, 28(4), 734-753. [More Information]

2013

  • Fisher, H. (2013). The Effect of Marriage Tax Penalties and Subsidies on Marital Status. Fiscal Studies, 34(4), 437-465. [More Information]

2012

  • Fisher, H. (2012). Divorce Property Division Laws and the Decision to Marry or Cohabit. Journal of Law Economics and Organization, 28(4), 734-753. [More Information]
  • Fisher, H. (2012). Divorce Property Division Laws and the Decision to Marry or Cohabit. Journal of Law Economics and Organization, 28(4), 734-753. [More Information]

2009

  • Fisher, H., Low, H. (2009). Who wins, who loses and who recovers from divorce? In Jo Miles and Rebecca Probert (Eds.), Sharing Lives, Dividing Assets: An Inter-disciplinary Study, (pp. 227-256). Hart Publishing.

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