Labor Market Regimes, Family Policies, and Women's Behavior in the EU

@article{Erhel2013LaborMR,
  title={Labor Market Regimes, Family Policies, and Women's Behavior in the EU},
  author={Christine Erhel and Mathilde Guergoat-lariviere},
  journal={Feminist Economics},
  year={2013},
  volume={19},
  pages={109 - 76}
}
Using the EU-SILC database (2005–06) for twenty-four European countries, this article develops a comparative perspective on labor market situations of women and mothers with very young children in relation to labor market institutions and policies (especially childcare and leave schemes). Using multilevel multinomial logit models, our results show firstly the heterogeneity of national arrangements of women's labor market integration in Europe (including among new member states). Secondly, our… Expand
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