Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia : The limits of political ambition?
    EditorsKari Melby, Christina Carlsson Wetterberg, Anna-Birte Ravn
    Number of pages16
    Place of PublicationBristol
    PublisherPolicy Press
    Publication date2008
    Pages27-42
    ISBN (Print)97818474200664
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Keywords

    • Scandinavian Welfare States
    • woman-friendly
    • policy paradoxes
    • gender equality visions
    • childcare policies
    • parental leave
    • home carer allowance

    Cite this

    Borchorst, A. (2008). Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia. In K. Melby, C. Carlsson Wetterberg, & A-B. Ravn (Eds.), Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia: The limits of political ambition? (pp. 27-42). Bristol: Policy Press.
    Borchorst, Anette. / Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia. Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia: The limits of political ambition?. editor / Kari Melby ; Christina Carlsson Wetterberg ; Anna-Birte Ravn. Bristol : Policy Press, 2008. pp. 27-42
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    Borchorst, A 2008, Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia. in K Melby, C Carlsson Wetterberg & A-B Ravn (eds), Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia: The limits of political ambition?. Policy Press, Bristol, pp. 27-42.

    Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia. / Borchorst, Anette.

    Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia: The limits of political ambition?. ed. / Kari Melby; Christina Carlsson Wetterberg; Anna-Birte Ravn. Bristol : Policy Press, 2008. p. 27-42.

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    Borchorst A. Woman-friendly policy paradoxes? Childcare policies and gender equality visions in Scandinavia. In Melby K, Carlsson Wetterberg C, Ravn A-B, editors, Gender equality and welfare politics in Scandinavia: The limits of political ambition?. Bristol: Policy Press. 2008. p. 27-42