Family Policies in the Context of Family Change: The Nordic Countries in Comparative Perspective
Ilona Ostner, Christoph Schmitt
Springer-Verlag, Feb 14, 2008 - Education - 214 pages
"This collection of essays explores and explains the differences and similarities in social policies supporting parenthood, including parents' employment, in eight countries."--P. .
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