Posts Tagged ‘female participation rates’

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    How Big is the Leisure Gap Between Men and Women?

    Jun 16, 14 • 292 Views • Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic History, Gender Issues, Households, Labor, Lifestyle, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    Our Monday gender issue focus Married or single, weekends and weekdays, men have more leisure time than women. Imagine a typical weekend. Yes, mom might spend a bit less time watching the kids and dad does do more housework. However, when it comes to

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    Power and Pantsuits

    Nov 29, 12 • 259 Views • Economic History, Gender Issues, Labor, UncategorizedNo Comments

    Today, some thoughts about pantsuits and power. One scholarly analysis of Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits concluded that they displayed her toughness. In a Harper’s Bazaar interview, Nancy Pelosi is asked, “How many pantsuits do you have?” Her answer: