"Work-Family Reconciliation Policy: A Case of U.S. Exceptionalism"

Tue, November 27, 2007 | GEB 3.312

3:30 PM

Dr. Janet Gornick teaches courses on public policy, social welfare policy, policy analysis, and policy evaluation. Most of her research concerns the effects of social policies on the economic wellbeing of families and on gender equality in the labor market. She is co-author of "Families That Work: Policies for Reconciling Parenthood and Employment" (Russell Sage Foundation 2003), and has published academic articles in the "American Sociological Review;" the "Annual Review of Sociology;" "Social Science Quarterly," the "Journal of Policy Analysis and Management;" the "Journal of European Social Policy," and the "Journal of Policy History."

Sponsored by: Center for Women's and Gender Studies, Department of Government

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