Earmarked parental leave – find an expert

According to a 2019 directive, EU countries must implement at least 9 weeks of earmarked parental leave for both parents before August 2022. In Denmark, negotiations between the social partners have ended by proposing 11 weeks of earmarked parental leave for each parent and the final agreement is now settled at Christiansborg. The societal debate has revolved around topics such as parental leave models, gender equality, wage differences and families' self-determination. Get an overview of CBS researchers who can inform and contribute to the debate.

 
10/27/2021

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Anne Sophie Lassen, PhD fellow, Department of Economics.
Contact: +4538152464 - assl.eco@cbs.dk
-    Labour economics
-    Family economics
-    Applied micro econometrics
-    Gender norms
-    Gender equality
-    Earmarked parental leave


Herdis Steingrimsdottir, associate professor, Department of Economics.
Contact: +4538153441 - hs.eco@cbs.dk
-    Labour economics
-    Demography
-    Economic history
-    Paternity leave
-    Parental leave
-    Gender wage gap


Philip Rosenbaum, assistant professor, Department of Economics.
Contact: +4538153415 - pr.eco@cbs.dk
-    Parental leave
-    Earmarked paternity leave
-    Gender wage gap related to childbearing effects
-    Gender wage gap
-    Household/family economics
-    Labour economics


Ana Maria Munar, associate professor, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy.
Contact: +4538152538 - anm.mpp@cbs.dk
-    Tourism
-    Digital Media
-    Epistemology
-    Gender
-    Higher Education
-    Equality and earmarked paternity leave


Florence Villeséche, associate professor, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy.
Contact: +4538154268 - fv.mpp@cbs.dk
-    Diversity
-    Gender
-    Identity
-    Corporate elite
-    Networks



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