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  • Only 8 EU member states have met the Barcelona targets
    from the gender equality perspective and includes the most recent data on progress made towards the Barcelona targets It also contains five related short statistical reports on labour force participation rates of men women and parents including the impact of parenthood on employment balancing work and family for single parents gender inequalities in the transition from school to work share of earnings and domestic work within couples and access to

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  • Parental leave reforms in Germany may have changed social norms
    to the labour force rapidly Using a sharp regression discontinuity design this research estimates policy impacts for up to 5 years after childbirth and finds significant patterns Medium run effects on mothers employment probability are positive significant and large for some subgroups ranging up to 10 per cent the effects are driven by gains in part time but not full time employment with significant increases in working hours The probability

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  • New study on impact of family policies on employment of German mothers
    life and employment for mothers This paper combines different empirical strategies to evaluate the employment effects of these policies for mothers in Germany In particular the authors estimate a structural labor supply model and exploit a natural experiment the reform of parental leave benefits By combining the advantages of the different methods i e the internal validity of the natural experiment and the external validity of the structural model they

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  • New report on maternity and paternity leave around the world
    to maternity protection at work in 185 countries and territories comprising leave cash benefits employment protection and non discrimination health protection breastfeeding arrangements at work and childcare It is based on an extensive set of new legal and statistical indicators including coverage in law and in practice of paid maternity leave as well as paternity and parental leave and their evolution over the last 20 years The report shows how

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  • Parental leave reforms in Germany may have changed social norms
    to the labour force rapidly Using a sharp regression discontinuity design this research estimates policy impacts for up to 5 years after childbirth and finds significant patterns Medium run effects on mothers employment probability are positive significant and large for some subgroups ranging up to 10 per cent the effects are driven by gains in part time but not full time employment with significant increases in working hours The probability

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  • Childcare trends in East and West Germany
    of daycare has resulted in rising socio economic disparities in the use of different types of childcare Data from the Socio Economic Panel study show that in West Germany since 2006 there has been a significant rise in the probability of children with single mothers or mothers with a university or vocational qualification attending daycare the increase was less for children whose mothers have a low level of education or

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