Discovering and explaining work-family strategies of parents in Luxembourg

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Zhelyazkova, Nevena;
  • Publisher: UNU-MERIT
  • Subject: 2 International

The presented analysis discovers and explains typical patterns of work-family reconciliation for parents who had a child in the same period (2003) and in the same country (Luxembourg), thus facing the same macroeconomic and institutional conditions. Work-family trajecto... View more
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