This study examines entrepreneurship as a career choice for women.
Researchers study the impact of paid family leave programs on business firms in California, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.
Ongoing since: 2018
This project explores the specific policy contexts that support and impede student parents and other factors within their lived experience that shape their success.
This study focuses on understanding the dynamics of gender earnings and employment gaps with age and career experience in the U.S.
This project looks at entrepreneurship using data from the Survey of Business Owners.
Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D., examines the impacts of immigrant entrepreneurs in the U.S.
Researchers use Norwegian time-use survey data to study the effect of performance pay on the allocation of tasks within the household and analyzing worker mobility and earnings in the U.S.-linked employer-employee data
This research project analyzes the effects of family leave policies in the United States and Finland.
This project tracked data and policies affecting women's economic status in Massachusetts.
A project to track economic effects of education.