Victoria Vernon, Ph.D.
- Empire State College, Metropolitan Center
- 325 Hudson st, New York, NY 10013
Ph.D.(Economics) University of Texas at Austin, 2004. Dissertation: “Household Economies of Scale, Food Consumption and Allocation of Time”
M.A. (Economics) Indiana University, Bloomington, 1997
B.A. (Economic Cybernetics) Kharkov State University, Ukraine ’95
Faculty, mentor, Empire State College, SUNY, 2007-present, Metropolitan Center, Center for Distance Learning, MBA, Coast Guard, International Programs.
Subjects: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Managerial Economics, Economics of Russia and Eurasia, Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, Economics of Gender, Work and Family, Economics of Crime, Green Economics, Money, Banking and Financial Markets, International Economics, International Political Economy, Labor Economics, Technology and Economy, International Business, Statistics, Mathematics, Algebra, Development Economics, Degree Planning
Visiting Lecturer, Princeton University, Economics of Russia and Eurasia, 2006-09
Adjunct Faculty, FIT/SUNY, 2003 -07
Pabilonia, Vernon, “Telework and Time Use in the United States,” IZA Discussion Paper No. 13260, May 2020.
Grossbard, Vernon, “Do Immigrants Pay a Price When Marrying Natives? Lessons from the US Time Use Survey” , forthcoming in IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 2020.
Vernon, Zimmermann, “Walls and Fences: A Journey Through History and Economics,” Handbook on The Economic Geography of Cross-border Migration. Edited by Kourtit, Newbold, Nijkamp, Partridge. Springer. Forthcoming, 2020
Vernon, Notes from Ukraine, All About Mentoring #52, 2019.
Grossbard, Vernon, “Convergence in male-female labor supply and common law marriage” , Research in Labor Economics, Volume 41 on Gender Convergence in the Labor Market, 143-175, 2015
Grossbard, Vernon, “Common Law Marriage and Couple Formation”, IZA Journal of Labor Economics , Vol 3:16, 2014
Vernon, ‘Tears over Ukraine, ‘All About Mentoring, Issue 45, 2014
Mercer, Hughes, Rodriguez, Parkins, Andrews, Vernon, ‘Reflections on teaching an online course with an optional residency,’ All About Mentoring, Issue 45, 2014
Vernon, “Marriage: For Love, for Money….and for Time? ” Review of Economics of the Household, Vol.8, No 4, 2010
Gan, Vernon, “Testing the Barten Model of Economies of Scale in Household Consumption: Toward Resolving a Paradox of Deaton and Paxson,” Journal of Political Economy, 2003, Vol 111, no 6
Working papers and conference presentations
‘Adult students with full time jobs: where do they get time to study?’ – All College Poster 2015
‘Crisis in Ukraine: How did we get here? How can we get out?’ SUNY-New Paltz, Oct 2014
‘Creating Learning Opportunities with Open Educational Resources’, all college conference 2014
“Adult students’ College Attendance and Time Use”, Time Use conference, BLS, Washington DC, June 2014 and International Time Use conference, Brazil, August 2013
“Common Law Marriage and Male-Female Labor Supply Convergence in the US”, with S Grossbard, IZA workshop on gender convergence, Bonn, Apr 2014 and ASSA meetings 2015
“Common Law Marriage and Household Formation in the U.S.”, with S Grossbard, ASSA meetings 2014
“Does Unemployment Affect the Division of Labor in the Household?” Time Use conference, Oxford University, UK, 2011
“Work outside workplace: Why am I working on this paper at home? Evidence from CPS 2004 the American Time Use Survey 2003-09.” Time Use conference, Paris, France, 2010, Eastern Economic Association meetings, 2011
“Household Economies of Scale: Evidence from the Data on Couples,” Eastern Economic Association meetings, 2007
“Late for Dinner Again: Do Home Schedules and Work Schedules Clash?”, with Anne Golla, International Time Use Conference, Copenhagen, 2006
“Food expenditure, food preparation time and household economies of scale” American Time Use Survey Early Results Conference, Washington, DC, 2005
- Consultant for American Council of Education, 2016-19
- Consultant for International Center for Research on Women, Washington, DC 2010
- Reviewer for Review of Economics of the Household, Journal of Population Economics