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Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-War Welfare States (Swedish Institute for Social Research)

by Tommy Ferrarini

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Published by Stockholm Universitet .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12855643M
    ISBN 10917604095X
    ISBN 109789176040959

    Swedish parental leave and gender equality - Achievements and reform challenges in a European perspective. Gender, class, and patterns of inequalities in different types of welfare States, Parental leave institutions in eighteen post war welfare states. Ferrarini, T. () ‘Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States’, Dissertation Series, No. Thesis. Stockholm University: Swedish Institute for Social Research. Google Scholar.

    Ferrarini, T. () ‘Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States’, Dissertation Series No. Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University, Stockholm. Google Scholar. Ferrarini, T. () Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States. Dissertation, Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University. National Social Insurance Board.

    Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States. Swedish Institute for Social Research, Dissertation Series. (). Parental leave in Sweden. In Parental Leave: Progress or Pitfall?, edited by (). The social meaning of the age at second birth for third-birth fertility: A methodological note on the need to sometimes. In Parental Leave: Progress or Pitfall?, (). Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States. Swedish Institute for Social Research, Dissertation Series. (). Parental leave policies: An essential ingredient in early childhood education and care policies. ().


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Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-War Welfare States (Swedish Institute for Social Research) by Tommy Ferrarini Download PDF EPUB FB2

Parental leave is defined as all benefits directed to mothers, fathers or both parents to facilitate parental childcare during the early post-natal period. By separating different aspects of such institutions, prospects are improved to analyze how paid parental leave shapes agency, actions and living conditions of parents and by: This study applies a macro-comparative and institutional approach to the study of incentive structures, determinants and outcomes of legislated parental leave benefits.

Parental leave is defined as all benefits directed to mothers, fathers or both parents to facilitate parental childcare during the early post-natal period.

By separating different aspects of such institutions, prospects are improved to analyze how paid parental leave shapes agency, actions and living conditions of parents. Ferrarini, T. () Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-War Welfare States. Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research.

Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research. Google ScholarCited by: 2. Parental leave institutions in eighteen post-war welfare states. (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 58). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University. Welfare State Poverty Rate Parental Leave Child Poverty Female Labour Force Participation These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 7. Ferrarini, T. () Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States, Doctoral Dissertation Series No. 58 (Stockholm: Swedish Institute for.

Parental leave institutions in eighteen post-war welfare states. Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research Doctoral Dissertation Series No. Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research Doctoral Dissertation Series No. The politics of parental leave policies is essential reading for students, teachers and researchers in social policy, child and family policy, welfare states, gender relations and equality, and employment and labour markets, providing an opportunity to study in depth the creation of social policy.

Tommy Ferrarini Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States. Charlotte Samuelsson Att göra eller inte göra Arbetslösas fritidsdeltagande, sökaktivitet, anställningsmöjligheter och tidsstruktur. Roger Vilhelmsson Wages and Unemployment of Immigrants and Natives in Sweden.

Sara Ström. Progress towards gender equality involves changes in the traditional parental division – female caring and male breadwinning.

One aspect is increased parental leave for fathers, which may benefit the health of mothers, children, and fathers themselves.

This article explores to what extent government-provided, paid parental leave and quotas for fathers could bring about equality in the division of leave between men and women by focusing on the. Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States, (). Parental Leave Policies in Europe and North America.

This chapter synthesizes the volume, Fatherhood in the Nordic Welfare States: Comparing Care Policies and Practice, with a specific focus on parental leave and fathers. The author indicates that the book reports three main findings. First, gendered expectations regarding paid and unpaid work remain powerful and consequential - ‘even’ in these (relatively) gender-egalitarian Nordic countries.

Check out our guide to parental leave policies in every state. Note: Federal and state governments, as well as certain often offer more expansive parental leave benefits to their own employees.

This guide covers the minimum benefits states require private employers to provide, as well as the benefits available to all workers within states.

Ferrarini T; Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post War Welfare States. Doctoral disertation Dependent of Sociology Stockholm University. Trykt av Akademitryck AB, Edsbruk ISBN   "The politics of parental leave policies" is essential reading for students, teachers and researchers in social policy, child and family policy, welfare states, gender relations and equality, and employment and labour markets, providing an opportunity to study in depth the creation of social : Paperback.

Both the earner-carer cluster and specific policies, i.e. generous parental leave, high social services expenditure and universal basic pensions, were associated with a smaller gender gap in external cause mortality, primarily due to increased female mortality.

It was described in chapter 2 how, by the end of the s Belgium, France, Italy, and Sweden were responding to the pressures that had made the discourses and practices associated with the post-war compromise, its institutions, as well as its employment and family programs difficult to sustain.

New policy dynamics have taken hold everywhere. This chapter investigates the potential effects of three major reforms in the Swedish parental leave for various subgroups of fathers.

The reforms are the first, the second daddy’s quota month and the gender equality bonus introduced inand A difference in difference approach shows that the first daddy’s month reduced differences between fathers and mothers and also.

maternity leave. For example, five U.S. states provide some paid maternity leave through temporary disability insurance. This form of paid leave deepens gender inequality because it is only available to women. Second, even when leaves are extended to men, in many cases, men don’t take-up their parental leave as often as women do.

In Parental Leave: Progress or Pitfall?, edited by (). Parental Leave Institutions in Eighteen Post-war Welfare States. Swedish Institute for Social Research, Dissertation Series. (). Parental leave policies: An essential ingredient in early childhood education and care policies.

(). The math on parental leave is not there. It costs about $, to raise a child from birth to age 18 (when many industrialized nation students would go to college). In the very early days of a child’s life, though — especially a firstborn — the parents have a lot on their plate.Ferrarini T.

Parental leave institutions in eighteen post-war welfare states. Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University: Dissertation; Articles from International Journal for Equity in Health are provided here courtesy of BioMed Central.