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Abstract: One aim of family leaves is to help mothers combine paid work and childcare, yet longer leaves have been shown to weaken women's labour market positions. Moreover, longer leaves can have differential effects across population groups. This study compares the consequences of longer family leaves for single and partnered mothers' labour market outcomes as measured by unemployment and earnings. We use Finnish register data for 1989 to 2014 to interact mothers' partnership status with thedoi:10.17045/sthlmuni.9360635 fatcat:viqk5jvugrajzen2i7kvnny6y4