Why organisations will have to change radically to make work-life balance a reality

Juggling mums and halo dads

Juggling mums and halo dads Why organisations will have to change radically to make work-life balance a reality

More adults are not having children. That is much less worrying than it appears

The rise of childlessness

POCKET LIVING has been building and selling small flats in London since The flats have many of the things that young, single people want, such as bicycle storage, and lack the things they do not, such as large kitchens and lots of bookshelves.

Making the most of workplace diversity requires hard work as well as good intentions

Diversity fatigue

Making the most of workplace diversity requires hard work as well as good intentions

When the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, gay-rights supporters celebrated, but a new wave of legislation in states like North Carolina now threatens L.G.B.T. rights.

North Carolina and the Gay-Rights Backlash

When the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, gay-rights supporters celebrated, but a new wave of legislation in states like North Carolina now threatens L. rights.

Psychology and sexual equality: What you really, really want | The Economist

What you really, really want

EQUALITY between the sexes has improved greatly in the rich world in recent decades, but differences remain, particularly at the top. Likewise, only about 20 heads of national governments are.

From here to eternity - English views of marriage

From here to eternity

Evan Ellis of Anglesey kissing his bride, Mary Ann Kinsley after their wedding at Ton Pentre, Rhondda.

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Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage? | The New Yorker

Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage?

For most of their lives, bilinguals might not show any real benefits. The true edge may come far later—in helping with the aging brain.

A child’s long-term well-being is more profoundly shaped by influences in pregnancy than used to be realised

Unequal beginnings

A child’s long-term well-being is more profoundly shaped by influences in pregnancy than used to be realised

The Journal of Law and Economics: Home

The Journal of Law and Economics publishes research on regulated firms, the political economy of legislation, law and finance, corporate finance and governance, and industrial organization.

Accounting, Economics, and Law: A Convivium

Accounting, Economics, and Law: A Convivium

Work organization and mental health problems in PhD students

Work organization and mental health problems in PhD students - ScienceDirect

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