The complexity of family policy reform: The case of Norway

@inproceedings{Ellingster2003TheCO,
  title={The complexity of family policy reform: The case of Norway},
  author={Anne Lise Ellings{\ae}ter},
  year={2003}
}
That ‘politics matters’ has become a central assumption in the booming welfare state literature in recent years. Sometimes policies do not matter much, however. A key argument in this paper is that family policies are becoming increasingly complex and diversified, and that the practical implications of policies have to be analysed in relation to the wider social, economic and political context. In the present case study of a cash-for-care reform introduced in Norway in 1998, the relationship… CONTINUE READING

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