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Two new moms return to work One in Seattle, one in Stockholm

Caitlyn Collins - Harvard Business Review, 3 March 2020.
08-03-2020
In the absence of legislative change, some US businesses have stepped up to offer work-family policies to their employees.
 

Where are all the women leaders?

Naomi Cahn - Forbes, 3 March 2020.
08-03-2020
The management pipeline for women is broken, but they are much more likely than men to take time off at the birth of a child, and then to make career choices adjusting for parenthood.
 

What exactly is International Women’s Day?

Hannah Lawson - CNN, 8 March 2020.
08-03-2020
The day not only recognizes the achievements made by women, but also brings awareness to the obstacles that still stand in their way.
 

The hollowing out of Spain and the minister trying to reverse it

Sam Jones - The Guardian, 2 March 2020.
08-03-2020
Rural parts of Spain have been abandoned over recent decades as people left for jobs in cities or tourist resorts.
 

Role of demographics in orchestrating structural violence

Sanjay Kumar - Wion,2 March 2020.
08-03-2020
We should study growth and expansion of the human race, so that we will be able to predict the future progress of society based upon population trends.
 

Why Ireland has demographics on its side

Conor Skehan - Independent, 8 March 2020.
08-03-2020
Changing demographics will throw up big surprises around the world during the rest of this century.
 

Embracing the ‘helicopter parent’

Jenna Price - The Sydney Morning Herald, 3 March 2020.
04-03-2020
Our children are definitely not always right but in an institutional setting, they have zero power. Parental support brings back balance.
 

The woman tasked with solving EU’s demographic crisis

Jennifer Rankin - The Guardian, 2 March 2020.
04-03-2020
The bloc’s first commissioner for demography tells of the challenge posed by depopulation.
 

China’s declining birth rate and changes in CCP population policies

Linda Zhang - The Jameston Foundation, 28 February 2020.
04-03-2020
The Chinese have traditionally viewed offspring as a form of wealth, and have placed immense value on fecundity.
 

Demographics can be a potent driver of economic development

David E. Bloom - International Monetary Fund, March 2020.
04-03-2020
It is an overstatement to say that demography determines all, as it downplays the fact that both demographic trajectories and their development implications are responsive to economic incentives; to policy and institutional reforms; and to changes in technology, cultural norms, and behavior.
 
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