Gender and Racial Wage Gaps Persist as the Economy Recovers, fact sheet, Hegewisch & Prewitt, IWPR 10/22
It’s Time to Pay Black Women What They Are Owed, Fact Sheet 9/22
Calculating the value of women’s unpaid work U.S. women’s unpaid labor basically equals the state GDP of New York, St. Louis Fed. Res. 3/20
The Gender Wage Gap by Occupation 2017 and by Race and Ethnicity, Hegewisch & Williams-Baron IWPR 4/18
The gender pay gap persists worldwide…, Hüttl, Bruegel 3/17
What is the gender pay gap and is it real? The complete guide to how women are paid less than men and why it can’t be explained away, Gould, Schieder, & Geier , EPI 10/16
Women’s Work and the Gender Pay Gap, Schieder & Gould, EPI 7/16
Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Chartbook on Women’s Progress, Hegewisch et al, IWPR 11/15
Not All Working Women Can ‘Lean In’, Fredrickson, Huffington, 5/15
Women Still Earn Less than Men Across the Board, Davis, EPI 4/15
How Equal Pay for Working Women would Reduce Poverty and Grow the American Economy Hartmann et al, IWPR 1/14
Why the US Lags Other Advanced Economies in Women’s Employment, Appelbaum 11/13
The Impact of the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 on Women’s Employment, Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg and Helen Lachs Ginsburg.
Uncommon Sense 22: Women and Social Security: Statement and Checklist by the National Council of Women’s Organizations. Reprinted with permission from IWPR web site.
Uncommon Sense 18: Welfare Reforming the Workplace by Maurice Emsellem.
Uncommon Sense 17: Needed: A National Commitment to Families by Ruth Sidel.