Joseph S. Falzone, Ph.D.

Joseph Falzone

Joseph S. Falzone, Ph.D.

Professor

Ph.D., Temple University
M.A.T., The College of New Jersey
B.A., Franklin and Marshall College

Subject Areas: Economics

Dr. Joseph S. Falzone is a member of the General Education Department at Peirce College and teaches economics.

His area of concentration is the labor market with a focus on labor market participation. He has written and published on the role of Human Capital, Part-Time Employment, Retirement Decisions of Men over 55 years of age, and the Declining Labor Market Participation of Prime Age Men.

Publications
  • "Labor Market Decisions of Married Women: With Emphasis on Part-Time Employment" International Advances in Economic Research Vol 6, Number 4 (November 2000).
  • "Married Women's Labor Force Participation and The Role of Human Capital" translated into Spanish ("La participcion de la mujer casada en la poblacion activa y el papel del capital humano. Evidencia en Estados Unidos") for the Spanish economic journal Economia Castilla-La Mancha. (Spring 2011)
  • "On the Sidelines: Labor Force Participation of Prime Age Men" SAGE Open: 1-6 (January - March 2015).
  • "Retirement Reconsidered: Labor Force Participation of Older Men in the United States" Review of European Studies Vol 8, No 2, (2016).

Dr. Falzone is currently researching Labor Market Flows based upon data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a paper he will present in Berlin, Germany in 2017. He anticipates Flows Data to show a convergence of men and women's labor market behavior over the past two and a half decades and hypothesizes that differences may be explained by occupational and industry disparities between men and women, the result of labor market segregation.

Contact Joseph S. Falzone, Ph.D.: jsfalzone@peirce.edu

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