Childcare needs and childcare policies : A multidimensional issue

@inproceedings{Saraceno2010ChildcareNA,
  title={Childcare needs and childcare policies : A multidimensional issue},
  author={Chiara Saraceno},
  year={2010}
}
Childcare has become a much-debated issue in all developed countries. Who should care for children, how, how much and for how long are the questions at the centre of value conflicts that shape not only policies and struggles around policies, but also individual and family choices. This article contributes to the debate in two ways. First, it presents an up-to-date overview of the different childcare packages offered by the 27 EU countries, indicating how they represent quite different… CONTINUE READING

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