Work-family policy expansion and the idea of social investment: the cases of Germany, England, South Korea and Japan

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Lee, Sung-Hee and Mohun Himmelweit, Samuel 2021. Work-family policy expansion and the idea of social investment: the cases of Germany, England, South Korea and Japan. in: Policy Press.
AuthorsLee, Sung-Hee and Mohun Himmelweit, Samuel
KeywordsSocial Investment Policies; Comparative Social Policy; Childcare policy in South Korea; Work-Family Policy; Early Childhood Education and Care
Year2021
PublisherPolicy Press
ISBN9781447352730
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/625506
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