European women: Why do(n't) they work?
|Author(s):||Genre, Veronique; Salvador, Ramon Gomez; Lamo, Ana|
|Date Issued:||April/May 2010|
|Description:||A study of the relationships between female labor market participation rates and economic, social, and institutional factors that include child care support and maternity/parental leave for three different age groups of women, 15- through 24-years old, 25- through 54-years old, and 55-through 64-years old, based on analyses of annual macro data for a panel of 12 of the European Union-15 countries, between the early 1980s and 2000|
|Journal Title:||Applied Economics|
International Child Care & Early Education
Parents & Families > Family Characteristics > Families & Work
|Country:||Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden|