Q&A: COVID-19 and Paid Leave
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Midyear Brief 2021
Behavioral Scientist: How Immigrants Drive Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Recent Coverage / 2020
Forbes: Assessing Risk Tolerance Among Inventors, CEOs, And Entrepreneurs: Who’s The Riskiest?
Recent Coverage / 2019
Economist Testifies Before Congress on the Benefits of Immigration
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2019
World Economic Forum: Three Distinct Personality Traits Drive Entrepreneurs to Take Risks
Building a More Dynamic Economy: The Benefits of Immigration
For the media / 2019
Bloomberg Businessweek: How to Freeze Your Salary: Get Pregnant
VOX: Immigrant Networking
Commentary by Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D.
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2018
Vox: Immigrant entrepreneurship in America: Eight important facts from the survey of business owners.
Recent Coverage / 2018
Working Knowledge: In America, Immigrants Really Do Get the Job Done
New Findings, Publications, Presentations: Economic Security
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Midyear Brief 2018
1A: Work Left To Be Done: Why Working Motherhood (Still) Affects Wages
Economics21: America Needs More Legal Immigration
New York Times: The 10-Year Baby Window That Is the Key to the Women’s Pay Gap
Real Clear Markets: Three of the Many Big Reasons to Love Immigrants
Decatur Daily: Immigrants are the risk-takers we need
Recent Coverage / 2017
NBC News: Gender Wage Gap Widens to 43 Percent by Age 45
Harvard Business Review: The Average Mid-Forties Male College Graduate Earns 55% More Than His Female Counterparts
CNBC: Earning power: Growth in pay is slower for women than for men, even if they go to college, study finds
The Wall Street Journal: Gender Wage Gap Widens ‘Considerably’ During First Two Decades of Work Life
The New York Times: The Gender Pay Gap is Largely Because of Motherhood
Recommendations for U.S. Policymakers: Paid Family Leave
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Fall/Winter 2016
Business Mirror: Immigrants Play a Disproportionate Role in American Entrepreneurship -Business Mirror
Recent Coverage / 2016
Harvard Business Review: Immigrants Play a Disproportionate Role in American Entrepreneurship
Wall Street Journal: An Issue for the 2016 Immigration Debate: What About Entrepreneurs?
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge: One Quarter of Entrepreneurs in the United States Are Immigrants
Vox: Immigrant entrepreneurship and employment growth in the U.S.
Fusion: Here’s what would happen to entrepreneurship in America without immigrants
Q&A with Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D.
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Spring/Summer 2015
A Meaningful Measure of Pay Gap for Men and Women
Past years / 2012
Q&A: Investigating the Economic Implications of Women's Realities
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Spring/Summer 2011
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