Gender and Economic Security in Retirement is the result of on-going research conducted at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research to analyze the economic status of women and men as they age.
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This report documents pension coverage among male and female employees and examines voluntary and involuntary reasons why women and men do not participate in pension plans.
Why Privatizing Social Security Would Hurt Women: A Response to the Cato Institute’s Proposal for Individual Accounts
Social Security reform is a women's issue.
Based on Research on older women using the New Beneficiary Survey from the Social Security Administration, this report analyzes the likely impact of various privatization reform proposals on women.
In the latest campaign to move recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) off the welfare rolls through time-limiting benefits and ending entitlements, little attention has been paid to what will work to increase the likelihood that AFDC recipients can find work and earn wages above the barest minimum.
Have the employment opportunities of women and minorities been negatively impacted as a result of corporate and industrial restructuring?
Women have a unique relationship to the health care system in the United States that needs to be taken into account in health care reform.