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New research bodes well for paid parental leave

By Rob Moore

Last month, my colleague Michael Hartnett and I attended the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management’s Fall Research Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. He and I have been doing a bit of work with the Rise Together Innovation Institute on paid leave family policies so Michael attended a few sessions on the effects on paid leave programs.

The researchers at this leading public policy research conference focused most squarely on proximate impacts of paid family leave: who takes leave, impacts on the gender wage gap, and impacts on firms.


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