Elliott Isaac

Office Address

Monroe Hall 112

Dissertation Title

“The Tax Treatment of Marriage and its Impact on Family Formation and Labor Supply”

Fields of Interest

Public Economics, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics


Ph.D. (Expected May 2018)
M.A., Economics, University of Virginia (December 2013)
B.A., Economics with Honors, Wake Forest University (May 2011)

Working Papers

“Suddenly Married: Joint Taxation and the Labor Supply of Same-Sex Married Couples After U.S. v. Windsor (Job Market Paper)
“Marriage, Divorce, and Tax and Transfer Policy”