Women's Health

What is the relationship between abortion access and women's economic freedom?

There are contrasting opinions surrounding abortion Image: Unsplash/Brad Weaver

Caitlin Knowles Myers
Professor of Economics; Co-Director, Middlebury Initiative for Data and Digital Methods , Middlebury College
Morgan Welch
Senior Research Assistant & Project Coordinator, Center on Children and Families, Economic Studies, Brookings Institution
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