Between work and the family: a choice of modern couples

06 November 2018

There's a opinion that in the modern world women are more career-oriented and therefore have fewer children or no children at all. However, recent research shows that at least in the USA the birth rates for higher-income women actually rise. NES professor Hosny Zoabi exlains this trend and its market underpinnings.

Hosny Zoabi
Hosny Zoabi | Lecturer
Research interests include the impact of demographic change, market structure, gender differences and income inequality on long-term economic growth. Hosni Zoabi's research on gender has been reported by The Atlantic and Quarts. The professor himself spoke about his work in Forbes columns and interviews with the BBC Russian Service.