An Internatioal Comparison and Assessment of Maternity Leave Regulation

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Dorothea Alewell, Kerstin Pull;

Provisions for maternity leave are common among industrialized countries, but their institutional design varies distinctly from country to country. Developing our theory on the impact on maternity leave regulations on women's labor market situation, we argue that a woma... View more
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