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THE POLITICS OF WORK–FAMILY POLICIES: COMPARING JAPAN, FRANCE, GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES
Germany enacts change; 5. Japan confronts low fertility and rapid aging; 6. The US relies on families and markets; 7. Evaluating work-family policies; 8.
Patricia Boling // Purdue College of Liberal Arts
Why the US can't be Sweden. This book assesses which work-family policies work best, and explains why they are unlikely to be adopted everywhere. Ta kontakt med Kundesenteret. Avbryt Send e-post.
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The Politics of Work-Family Policies Comparing Japan, France, Germany and the United States Patricia Boling The Politics of Work-Family Policies The work-family policies of Sweden and France are often held up as models for other nations to follow, yet political structures and resources can present obstacles to fundamental change that must be taken into account. Les mer. Om boka The Politics of Work-Family Policies The work-family policies of Sweden and France are often held up as models for other nations to follow, yet political structures and resources can present obstacles to fundamental change that must be taken into account.