As work demands more of employees' time, many are asking: How can I earn a living while making sure my family doesn't fall behind? In her new book, Finding Time: The Economies of Work-Life Conflict (Harvard University Press), Heather Boushey argues that resolving work-life conflicts is as vital for individuals and families as it is essential for realizing the country's productive potential.
Heather Boushey is the Executive Director and Chief Economist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. She previously served as Chief Economist for Hillary Clinton’s transition team. Her research has been published in academic journals; she writes regularly for popular media, including The New York Times’ “Room for Debate,” The Atlantic, and Democracy; and she makes frequent television appearances on Bloomberg, MSNBC, CNBC, and PBS.
This event is co-sponsored by the Carsey School of Public Policy and the New Hampshire Women's Foundation. We invite you to join this conversation with Heather Boushey at 3S Artspace and her book will be available for purchase at the event through RiverRun Bookstore.