8 edition of Economics of the family and family policies found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Inga Persson and Christina Jonung.|
|Series||Routledge research in gender and society ;, 1|
|Contributions||Persson, Inga, 1945-, Jonung, Christina.|
|LC Classifications||HQ518 .A76 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||97010253|
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The family is a complex decision unit in which partners with potentially different objectives make consumption, work and fertility decisions. Couples marry and divorce partly based on their ability to coordinate these activities, which in turn depends on how well they are matched. This book provides a comprehensive, modern and self-contained account of the research in the growing area of. Get this from a library! The state and the family: a comparative analysis of family policies in industrialized countries. [Anne Hélène Gauthier] -- Perceived as a somewhat weakened institution, or at least as an institution worthy of state support, the family has emerged as a major issue on the political agenda of governments in industrialized.
This book explores family economic decision-making in the United States from the nineteenth century through present day, specifically looking at the relationship between family resource allocation decisions and government policy. It examines how families have responded to incentives and constraints. This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since Equal pay policies, parental leave reforms, corporate quotas and electoral quotas have raised pressing questions about the effectiveness in promoting equal participation, as researchers quote both quantitative improvement in gender diversity and qualitative lag in.
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Book Description. Economic analysis of the family is a recent, but already well established area in economics. This book bears evidence to the lively and relevant research in the area.
Essays in this comprehensive collection provide a clear picture of the state of the art of economics of the family and explore theoretical and empirical. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A selection of papers from the 15th Arne Ryde Symposium on 'Economics of Gender and the Family' in honor of Anna Bugge and Knut Wicksell.".
THE ECONOMICS OF FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE POLICIES W omen greatly increased their participation in the labor force begin‑ ning in the 20th century, marking the start of a fundamental change in our workforce and families. Inonly 24 percent of women worked outside the home, a share that rose to 43 percent by Today the majorityFile Size: 1MB.
Economic analysis of the family is a recent, but already well established area in economics. This book bears evidence to the lively and relevant research in the area. Essays in this comprehensive collection provide a clear picture of the state of the art of economics of the family and explore theoretical and empirical applications.
This comprehensive and authoritative book offers a global approach to the modern economics of the family, family law and family policy.
Beginning with the division of labour in the family, this book deals with the economics of marriage, the demand for children, inter-generational relationships, and the economics of : Francisco Cabrillo. The family is studied in this book using the basic methodology of economic theory: the analysis of conduct for utility maximization in people whose aim is to achieve the greatest possible satisfaction with limited resources and imperfect information.
Economics of the Family and Family Policies Inga Persson, Christina Jonung. Economic analysis of the family is a recent, but already well established area in economics. This book bears evidence to the lively and relevant research in the area.
Essays in this comprehensive collection provide a clear picture of the state of the art of economics of. The book assembles arguments from demography, sociology, and economics to explain population policies, their origins and aims.
It shows that despite major similarities across countries in the ways family policy has evolved, and in the ways governments have viewed and supported families, there are major dissimilarities shaped by country-specific.
This comprehensive and authoritative book offers a global approach to the modern economics of the family, family law and family policy. Beginning with the division of labour in the family, this book deals with the economics of marriage, the demand for children, inter. The Economics of the Family and Family Pol Summary Note: summary text provided by external source.
Find This Book Add to Reading List Categories. Family, Childhood, & Education Social Issues Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated. The outcomes of interest are female employment, gender gaps in earnings and fertility.
We begin with a discussion of the historical introduction of family policies ever since the end of the nineteenth century and then turn to the details regarding family policies currently in effect across high-income by: Ray concluded by encouraging the committee to pass policies to stabilize families.
These policies include focusing on a living wage, high-quality jobs with family-friendly benefits, and affordable Author: Rashawn Ray. Educational policy and the economics of the family Abhijit V.
Banerjee Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, E52 D, 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MAUSA Abstract This paper analyzes the implications of alternative ways to model decision-making by families for educational policy.
The Handbook of Family Policy examines how state and workplace policies support parents and their children in developing, earning and caring. With original contributions from 44 leading scholars, this Handbook provides readers with up-to-date knowledge on family policies and family policy research, taking stock of current literature as well as providing analyses of present-day policies, and.
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out of 5 stars Great book, even for those that are not economists. September 5, /5. The collection of chapters in the Handbook of Population and Family Economics and their organization reflect the most recent developments in economics pertaining to population issues and the family.
The rationale, contents, and organization of the Handbook evolve from three premises. First, the family is the main arena in which population outcomes are : Hardcover. This book provides a comprehensive, modern and self-contained account of the research in the growing area of family economics.
The first half of the book develops several alternative models of family decision making. Particular attention is paid to the collective model and its testable by: The neoliberal economics of family life. and as working class men’s skills are eroded and wage stagnation kicks in thanks to the monetary policies of finance-led neo-liberalism, the family.
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The first is the insistence that economics cannot explain culture, as James Q. Wilson declared in his book, The Marriage Problem. The cultural explanations instead look at declining church attendance, greater acceptance of premarital sex, the dismantling of clearly defined gender roles, male idleness, and violence, and insist that these.
Family economics applies economic concepts such as production, division of labor, distribution, and decision making to the study of the tries to explain outcomes unique to family—such as marriage, the decision to have children, fertility, polygamy, time devoted to domestic production, and dowry payments using economic analysis.
Analyzing the critical juncture of family-centered policy and practice, this book places the universal institution of the family in a global context. By including a conceptual framework as well as practice components, the authors offer an original multimodal approach toward understanding family-centered policy practice from an international.ECONOMICS OF THE FAMILY The family is a complex decision unit in which partners with potentially different objectives make consumption, work, and fertility decisions.
Couples marry and divorce partly based on their ability to coordinate these activities, which, in turn, depends on how well they are matched.
This book provides.