Cash for Childcare: The Consequences for Caring Mothers
Jorma Sipila, Katja Repo, Tapio Rissanen
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 176 pages
This book provides an excellent overview and evaluation of one of the most overlooked Nordic child care policies, the cash-for-childcare. Leading scholars in the field investigate and critically discuss the variation in the scheme across the Nordic countr
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Anttonen argued arguments cash benefit cash-for cash-for-care benefits cash-for-care schemes cash-for-childcare schemes cent CFC advocates CFC benefit CFC entitlements CFC policy CFC reform CFC schemes Chapter child home childcare arrangements childcare policy childcare services choice context daycare centres daycare place discourse early childhood education economic eligible Ellingsæter employment familistic family policy fathers Finland Finnish Finnish CFC flexibility full-time gender equality Helsinki Hiilamo and Kangas home care allowance ibid immigrants income increase introduce CFC Kamerman Katja Kela labor force labour market labour supply Leira mothers municipalities Nordic countries Norway and Sweden Norwegian CFC Nyberg OECD Oslo paid parental leave parenthood part-time parties Policy Press political framing pre-school programme public childcare public daycare services publicly financed childcare Rantalaiho Repo Rønsen Sipilä small children Social Democratic Social Policy Statistics Norway Statistics Sweden stay at home Svenska Dagbladet Swedish Sydnytt three countries vårdnadsbidrag Västnytt welfare