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Media Coverage for Baby Bust: New Choices for Men and Women in Work and Family

2014. Why Child Care Is the Economy’s ‘Invisible’ Driver

Knowledge@Wharton, September.

2014. Why Millennials Should Have Kids — and Soon.

Time, September.

2014. Is Work-Life Conflict Reaching a Tipping Point?

Harvard Business, March (podcast)

2014. On Wall Street, a Generation Gap on Work/Life Issues.

New York Times, January.

2014. Banks Ease Work Conditions.

Markets Now, January. (video)

2014. Millennials Want Children, But They’re Not Planning on Them.

New York Times, January.

2013. Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013.

Harvard Business, December.

2013. The Parent Trap.

Think on Public Media, December (Listen)

2013. Bye bye, Baby.

Washington Post, November 29.

2013. Thinkers 50 Interview about Baby Bust.

Thinkers50, November. (Video)

2013. The New Sexy: Millennial Egalitarian Men.

Huffington PostNovember 7.

2013. Why leaders are saying: Career first, kids — maybe never.

Globe and Mail, November 7.

2013. Bye Bye, Babies.

Psychology Today, November 5.

2013. ‘Baby Bust’: Why Fewer Young People Expect to Become Parents.

Knowledge@Wharton, October 31. (Video)

2013. 20 Years and No Closer to Sustainable Work/Life.

Wharton Magazine, October 30.

2013. Why Wharton Undergrads Are Saying ‘No’ To Having Kids.

Forbes, October 19.

2013. More Millennials are putting pregnancy on pause.

Chicago Public Radio, October.

2013. Wharton Prof. Sees Continuing Decline In Young People’s Interest in Parenthood.

CBS Philly, October 16.

2013. Baby Bust: Millennials’ View Of Family, Work, Friendship And Doing Well.

Forbes, October 5.

2013. Has the Movement for Women’s Equality Hit a Wall?

PRI’s To the Point, February 22.

2013. Today’s Grads Choose Work Over Family.

CBS Local, February 20.