Moe is a labor economist who has research and teaching interests in economic growth, labor and demographic economics and economics of the family. She teaches courses on the economics of gender that explores how gender differences lead to different economic outcomes for women and men, both within families and the marketplace, in addition to courses on labor economics and microeconomics. EDUCATION: B.A., Saint Olaf College M.P.P., Harvard University M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota Moe has been teaching at Macalester since 1995.
Marking Time: An Analysis of Youth Hours of Work and Study in Urban Mexico (with Deborah Levison and Felicia Knaul), Review of Development Economics (2008)
Women and the economy: Family, work, and pay; Book Review, Feminist Economics (2006)
The Dynamics of Informal Employment (with Jane Ihrig), Journal of Development Economics (2004)
Glass Ceilings and 100-Hour Couples: What the Opt-Out Phenomenon Can Teach Us About Work and Family (with Dianna J. Shandy) (2009)
Contributions to Books