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By Jorma Sipilä, Katja Repo, Tapio Rissanen

This insightful publication examines the which means of, and affects on, cash-for-care platforms for moms of babies. The participants current a finished review of the most important political and monetary contradictions, theoretical debates referring to cash-for-care, and discover the opportunity of enforcing it into the social coverage method. In social examine, cash-for-care is frequently defined as a reactionary profit that operates opposed to the women's pursuits. Economists, in flip, ask why the kingdom may still pay for lowering lady employment and for care that's given besides. however, 'woman-friendly' Nordic international locations have brought cash-for-childcare schemes and plenty of mom and dad are keen to exploit them. The booklet examines the cost schemes as a posh complete, the place at the one hand the scheme responds to the fogeys' wants, yet at the different, produces a few questionable effects. The authors spotlight stipulations during which cash-for-childcare schemes wouldn't mirror any anachronism yet as an alternative will functionality as a great tool of latest social coverage. This special ebook presents a large theoretical and empirical view on funds for childcare. it's going to end up helpful for teachers of social paintings and coverage. Politicians, social coverage directors and labour industry researchers drawn to kin matters also will locate this significant source an enriching learn.

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Is suspicious of general expectations according to which many mothers would choose cash-for-care benefits if only such a scheme were introduced into their societal setting. The popularity of such, or any other, schemes is not to be taken for granted. Instead, it is always related to whatever alternatives exist and how these alternatives relate to the preferences and beliefs of the mothers. Although Duncan et al. indd 26 28/10/10 10:33:07 Unnecessary traditionalism or a contemporary necessity?

We continue by examining the daily life perspectives of the parents and by analysing the political conditions for establishing cash-for-childcare schemes. In so doing we take into account that both the individual and political choices are made in cultural contexts among which family values and normative attitudes vary enormously. We then discuss the economic aspects of CFC. Finally, we consider the cash-for-childcare from the point of view of children. SOCIAL POLICY BACKGROUND FOR CASH-FORCHILDCARE SCHEMES The argumentation concerning the public support for informal childcare is influenced by conceptions of parental responsibilities.

New Challenges for Citizenship Research in a Cross-National Context, Bristol: Policy Press. indd 43 28/10/10 10:33:07 44 Cash-for-childcare Mahon, Rianne (2002), ‘Child care: towards what kind of “Social Europe”’, Social Politics, 9(3), 343–79. Miettunen, Laura (2008), Lasten kotihoidon tuen kuntalisät osana suomalaista päivähoitojärjestelmää, Helsinki: Kela. ) (2005), Lapsiperheiden taloudellisen tilanteen kehitys Suomessa 1990–2002, Report No. 4/2005, Helsinki: Stakes. Morgan, Kimberly J. and Kathrin Zippel (2003), ‘Paid to care: the origins and effects of care leave policies in Western Europe’, Social Politics, 10(1), 49–85.

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