Katie Genadek is a Research Scientist at the University of Minnesota where she manages the IPUMS-USA data project and directs the outreach efforts for all IPUMS data projects.
She is a labor economist and her research focused on the relationship between work and family for individuals, couples and parents as well as worker productivity. She has analyzed policy impacts on women’s labor supply and household labor, and she has ongoing research in areas of couples time spent together, the impact of spouses on the work choices, workplace flexibility, productivity, and women’s
work in a historical context
Katie joined IZA as a Research Affiliate in July 2016 and became an IZA Research Fellow in November 2021.