Why are childcare costs expensive in the UK?

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Lee, S. 2022. Why are childcare costs expensive in the UK? International Social Security Review . (23), pp. 53-62. https://doi.org/10.23063/2022.12.5
AuthorsLee, S.
Abstract

본 글은 최근 영국 정부의 보육 정책 동향을 바탕으로 영국 부모들이 보육 서비스를 이용하는데 있어서 비용이 비쌀 수 밖에 없는 이유를 다음의 세 가지 구조적 문제에서 그 해답을 찾고 있다. 첫째, 복잡하고 난해한 재원 조달 모델, 둘째, 영유아 보육 (0-2세)에 대한 정책 지원 부재, 셋째, 신자유주의 정책에 의존하고 있는 보육의 시장화와 그로 인한 국가 개입이 최소화 있음을 지적하고 있다. 더불어 이 글의 마지막에서는 2013년 이후로 무상 보육을 실시하고 있는 한국의 보육 정책에 시사하는 바 역시 간략히 도출하고 있다.

Keywordsparenting ; childcare ; expense ; UK
Year2022
JournalInternational Social Security Review
Journal citation(23), pp. 53-62
PublisherKorea Institute for Health and Social Affairs
ISSN 2586-0844
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.23063/2022.12.5
Web address (URL)https://doi.org/10.23063/2022.12.5
Output statusPublished
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Online29 Dec 2022
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Accepted16 Nov 2022
Deposited10 Feb 2023
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