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Lindsey Hill, SUNY Geneseo

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Poster

Start Date

22-4-2020 12:00 AM

Abstract

Income inequality is a consistent issue in the United States. Many political scientists have studied ways to diminish the gap between the incomes of citizens. I hypothesize that nations that provide government funded childcare and family leave will show smaller levels of income inequality than those who do not. This will be studied through a comparison of the nations and an analysis of their income inequality.

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Apr 22nd, 12:00 AM

398— The Effect of Government Funded Childcare and Maternity Leave on Income Inequality Through Comparisons of Denmark, South Africa and The United States of America

Income inequality is a consistent issue in the United States. Many political scientists have studied ways to diminish the gap between the incomes of citizens. I hypothesize that nations that provide government funded childcare and family leave will show smaller levels of income inequality than those who do not. This will be studied through a comparison of the nations and an analysis of their income inequality.

 

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