Today’s post is about parental leave. Specifically, I want to spend most of it talking about the evidence on the value of paternity leave. (Quick note: most of the data today will focus on father’s leave in households where the other partner is the birthing parent. I use the term “paternity leave” since that’s typically the language…

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