A comprehensive study of women’s lives in Michigan.
A comprehensive study of women’s lives in the District of Columbia. Available by mail in limited quantities.
A comprehensive study of women’s lives in Maryland.
This analysis of the Commonwealth Fund 1993 of Women’s Health examines whether working women are healthier.
Using Temporary Disability Insurance to Provide Paid Family Leave: A Comparison with the Family and Medical Leave Act
Although women have gradually become more established members of the labor force and mothers' earnings have become more critical to family well-being than in the past, women still provide the bulk of primary caregiving as mothers, wives and daughters.
An IWPR briefing paper providing a review of the employment and wages of white women, black men, and black women relative o white men after implementation of affirmative action policies.
A chapter published in Economic Perspectives on Affirmative Action, Margaret C. Simms (ed.), University Press of America, 1995.
Providing Paid Family Leave: Estimating the Cost of Expanding California’s Disability Insurance Program
Testimony before the U.S. Commission on Family and Medical Leave, San Francisco, CA. Estimates the cost of expanding California’s Temporary Disability Insurance Program and examines the feasibility of using the temporary disability insurance model to provide paid family leave to workers.
An IWPR paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meetings of the American Economics Association of the Allied Social Science Associations. Argues for the need to change the traditional social welfare system to allow for demographic changes, family diversity, and women’s need for income replacement across the life cycle.