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Equitable Growth supports research and policy analysis on how unequal access to care, 21st century work-life policies, and education undermines stable, broad-based economic growth.

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Just as investment in physical capital is an important driver of economic growth, investment in human capital is key to the health of the economy as a whole, as well as family wellbeing. Equitable Growth supports research to better understand how unequal access to supportive environments, quality education, and other human capital development opportunities not only drives unequal outcomes for families but also undermines future economic growth.

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Getting the information we need to advance the conversation on paid leave in the United States

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What upticks in U.S. economic inequality and incarceration mean for marriage

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Paid Family and Medical Leave in the United States

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Gerrymandered school districts perpetuate segregation by keeping low-income students out, which is bad for economic growth

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Closing the homework gap: Why accessibility to high-quality broadband matters to U.S. schoolchildren

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Consequences of Routine Work Schedule Instability for Worker Health and Wellbeing

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Finding Time

The Economics of Work-Life Conflict

By Heather Boushey

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Experts on the issue

Guest Author

Robert Lynch

Washington College

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Junior Fellow

Kyle Moore

The New School

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Kathleen Ziol-Guest

New York University

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Steering Committee

Jason Furman

Harvard Kennedy School

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Barbara Kiviat

Harvard University

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