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Are governments catching up? Work-family policy and inequality in Latin America
The position of women in Latin America has dramatically changed over the past two decades as millions have entered the labour force, often better educated than their male counterparts; family composition has changed; and ...
Maternalism, Co-responsibility, and Social Equity: A Typology of Work–Family Policies
This paper provides a conceptual lens to address the complexity of policies involved in reconciling paid work and family responsibilities. Our typology classifies policies by how they intervene in the relation between paid ...