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Alice Cartwright Jul 18
Abortion is economic justice. New report from , , and my former colleague Anna Bernstein highlights how access to abortion can disproportionately impact education & economic outcomes for ppl in U.S.
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IWPR Jul 18
Review of economic research finds that access to abortion improves women's economic outcomes.
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IWPR Jul 19
Women are now seen as equally intelligent as men, study finds.
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IWPR Jul 19
New technology could disrupt work life for tens of millions of women globally over the next decade
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AU Economics Jul 18
Excellent thread on a new report from co authored by 's finds that access to abortion improves women's economic outcomes
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
``Deciding whether and when to have a child is central to a woman’s economic well-being." Full report here:
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Report finds access to abortion: - Improves women's economic standing - Reduces teen pregnancy. - Education levels among black women improved - Increased labor force participation
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IWPR Jul 18
Replying to @kmpjones
6/ “Access to abortion affects women’s ability to make decisions not just about their own bodies, but about their educational and career aspirations, choices that shape the economic trajectory of their lives."
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IWPR Jul 18
Replying to @IWPResearch
5/ Few resources until now provide an in-depth review of the smaller body of economic literature that analyzes how access to abortion affects women’s and children’s economic outcomes.
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IWPR Jul 18
Replying to @IWPResearch
4/ Abortion access reduced unintended births, which meant that after abortion legalization, pregnancies were more likely to be planned.
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IWPR Jul 18
Replying to @IWPResearch
3/ Abortion access increased women’s participation in the workforce, and the increases were larger among Black women than among White women.
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IWPR Jul 18
Replying to @IWPResearch
2/ Abortion access reduced teen fertility and increased women’s college attainment, particularly for Black women.
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IWPR Jul 18
Review of economic research finds that access to abortion improves women's economic outcomes.
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IWPR Jul 18
The US women's national team is fighting on -- and off -- the field for .
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IWPR Jul 17
Student parents make up around one fifth of all students attending college in the US. They're still excluded from discussions about "free college."
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IWPR Jul 17
Closing the and a woman-centered economy benefits the American economy as a whole.
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IWPR Jul 17
Maternal deaths occur three times more in black women than white women in Virginia. Governor Northam has announced his plan to close that gap by 2025.
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IWPR Jul 17
IWPR recently conducted a study on the status of women in North Carolina. Here's how they rank in health and well-being:
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IWPR Jul 17
Children with lower test scores born into families that are economically stable have a 71% chance of having a good entry level job by age 25. Children with higher test scores but born into economically disadvantaged families have only a 31% chance.
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IWPR Jul 17
Men hold a disproportionate amount of higher paid jobs in nonprofits, even though about three quarters of nonprofit employees are women.
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