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Care, paid work, and leisure: Rounding the triangle
Perrons, Diane, 2000
Feminist Economics, 6(1), 105-114

A discussion of the distribution of paid work and child care responsibilities and the impact of employment and child care policies on gender equity in France and the United Kingdom.

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Changing women's lives: Child care policy in Ireland
Murphy-Lawless, Jo, 2000
Feminist Economics, 6(1), 89-94

A discussion of the growing role of women in the workforce, the changing social context of family life, and the on-going debate concerning state child care policies and funding in Ireland

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Child care centers as workplaces
Strober, Myra H., 1995
Feminist Economics, 1(1), 93-119

A feminist study of the labor market and work environment for caregivers in center-based child care in Santa Clara County, California

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The effect of child care subsidies: A critique of the Rosen Model
Aslaken, Iulie, 2000
Feminist Economics, 6(1), 95-103

A critique of Sherwin Rosen’s model regarding Swedish child care subsidies, focusing on his overlooking the positive externalities and distributional impact of increasing the quality of child care through state subsidies

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From foster mothers to child care centers: A history of working mothers and child care in Sweden
Nyberg, Anita, 2000
Feminist Economics, 6(1), 5-20

A historical analysis of the child care arrangements of working mothers in Sweden’s modern history

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The future European labor supply: The critical role of the family
Rubery, Jill, 2001
Feminist Economics, 7(3), 33-69

A review of articles discussing the role of the family and strategies to integrate women into the European workforce

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Maybe baby: Comparing partnered women's employment and child policies in the EU-15
de Henau, Jerome, January 2010
Feminist Economics, 16(1), 43-77

A comparison of full time employment rates for mothers and non-mothers, ages 25 through 44, and a comparison of full time employment rates in 15 countries with differing child care, finaincial benefit, and parental leave policies, from a secondary analysis of the 2001 European Community Household Panel Survey

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Migrant women, care work, and women's employment in Greece
Lyberaki, Antigone, July, 2011
Feminist Economics, 17(3), 103-131

A discussion of select historical trends in both the female workforce and the workforce of immigrant domestic child and elder care workers in Greece in the second half of the 20th century

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(Not) valuing care: A review of recent popular economic reports on preschool in the US
Warner, Mildred, April 2009
Feminist Economics, 15(2), 73-95

An economic critique of the models and assumptions used in the Invest in Kids (IIK) reports on the economic impact of public investments in early child care and education published between 2003 and 2009

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[Review of the book Child care and inequality: Re-thinking carework for children and youth]
Kimmel, Jean, 2005
Feminist Economics, 11(1), 151-155

A review of an anthology of papers presented at the first annual Carework Network conference in 2000

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[Review of the book Work, family and childcare: An empirical analysis of European households]
de La Rica, Sara, January 2007
Feminist Economics, 13(1), 120-122

A review of an examination of the joint decisions made by European parents about how to allocate time between paid employment and childcare to inform social policy

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Subsidizing child care by mothers at home
Bergmann, Barbara R., 2000
Feminist Economics, 6(1), 77-88

An examination of the implications of and the arguments for and against the subsidization of child care for at-home parents

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Taking its toll: The influence of paid and unpaid work on women's well being
MacDonald, Martha, 2005
Feminist Economics, 11(1), 63-94

A study of gender differences in terms of how stress is affected by paid and unpaid work, including child care, housework, elder care

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Who's the boss?: The political economy of unpaid care work and food sharing in Brooklyn, USA
Brown, Tamara Mose, July, 2012
Feminist Economics, 18(3), 1-24

A case study of child care workers' practices of sharing food among themselves as well as with the children in their charge, based on data collected between 2004 and 2007 from West Indian child care providers in Brooklyn, New York

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