The Observer reports:
“The good news is that we can see no adverse effects,” said American academic Jane Waldfogel, currently a visiting professor at the London School of Economics. “This research is unique because the question we have always asked in the past has been: ‘If everything else remains constant, what is the effect of a mum going off to work?’ But of course everything else doesn’t stay constant, so it’s an artificial way of looking at things.
A good study, and I’m glad it’s getting press. Still, I think I would actually *pay* to see an article on this topic that also discusses pros and cons of fathers working.