Posts Tagged ‘Maternity Leave’

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    Gender Issues: Stay-At-Home Parents

    Sep 23, 13 • 505 Views • Behavioral Economics, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic History, Economic Thinkers, Education, Gender Issues, Government, Households, Labor, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    Bryan Grossbauer is a stay-at-home-dad. The subject of a WSJ focus on the new dad style for raising children, he emphasizes problem solving, cares little about submersion in dirty mud puddles, and ignores household messes. One of close to 190,000 dads who

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    Gender Issues: The Punishment for Non-parents

    May 27, 13 • 247 Views • Gender Issues, Households, LaborNo Comments

    By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger and senior at Kent Place School Working parents undoubtably have a lot on their plates. Their work lives and their family lives often clash, causing them to have to play “the kid card” which allows them to leave work

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    Gender Issues: America’s Maternity Leave

    Jan 14, 13 • 212 Views • Gender Issues, Households, LaborNo Comments

    By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger, senior at Kent Place School The United States is the only first world country in the world that does not mandate paid maternity leave. Not only is this embarrassing and disconcerting, but this also harms our nation’s