Stearns Studies Unequal Effects of Tenure Clock-Stopping [Video]

On April 25, 2018, Assistant Professor of Economics Jenna Stearns presented an ISS Noon Lecture titled "Equal but Inequitable: Who Benefits from Gender-Neutral Tenure Clock Stopping Policies?" Watch the video here.

Jenna Stearns’s research agenda is centered around understanding how social policies that provide paid leave and other family-friendly benefits affect men, women, and children. She is particularly interested in how these policies can be used to reduce gender and socioeconomic inequality in the workplace and at home. 

Her current research examines the effects of family-friendly policies on labor market choices, productivity, family structure, education, and health outcomes.

 Learn more about Jenna Stearns.

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