Inequality platform member Philip Rosenbaum in Labour Economics on women's income

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It is widely expected that career interruptions related to childbearing affect mothers’ wages - but Rosenbaums' research shows that early childbearing has no long-term effects on women's earnings

 
06/09/2020

'Does Early Childbearing Matter? New Approach Using Danish Register Data' is the title of the article on Philip Rosenbaum's study.

It is widely expected that career interruptions related to childbearing affect mothers’ wages directly through changes in the formation of human capital. Research proposes that this effect is exceptionally strong for early childbearing women who are about to start their working careers. But the results of this new study show that early childbearing has no long-term effects on women's earnings.

 


 

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