Gender and Family in European Economic Policy: Developments in the New Millennium

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This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since 2000. 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 cultural change. The chapters in this book present interlocking cross-national and cross-policy comparisons of the three most controversial ...

Gender and Family in European Economic Policy: Developments in the New Millennium 2016, Springer International Publishing AG, Cham

ISBN-13: 9783319415123

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