5 edition of The Economics of Work and Family found in the catalog.
by W. E. Upjohn Institute
Written in English
|Contributions||Jean Kimmel (Editor), Emily P. Hoffman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
These six research papers were presented as public lectures: "Federal Child Care Policy" (David M. Blau) outlined the role of the federal government in child care, the failure of market-based care programs, and the ideal goals of a federal child care policy as well as its cost (4 tables; 41 references); "Thinking About Child Care Policy" (Barbara R. Bergmann) focused on affordable, quality. By Jean Kimmel and Emily P. Hoffman, Published on 01/01/ Ives East ILR School Cornell University Ithaca, NY
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Book Description. The Work and Family Handbook is a comprehensive edited volume, which reviews a wide range of disciplinary perspectives across the social sciences on the study of work-family relationships, theory, and methods. The changing demographics of the labor force has resulted in an expanded awareness and understanding of the intricate relations between work and family . This book of Home Economics for class IX & X is the English Version of the original textbook and thereby fulfilling the expectations of the family. 2 Home Economics Home Management Family Resources also inspires the children to work in the same way. Undoubtedly enthusiasm is an.
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The series was titled “The Economics of Work and Family” and included research from six prominent economists specializing in family- and employment-related economic studies.
The chapters tackle five broad subjects: child care, parents' time allocation, childbearing decisions, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the relationship. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Federal child care policy / David M.
Blau --Thinking about child care policy / Barbara R. Bergmann --Parents' work time and the family / Cordelia W. Reimers --Fertility, public policy, and mothers in the labor force / Susan L.
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Conflicts arise daily among American families over how to balance the demands of work and family. At risk is nothing less than the economic security of the family and the bonds between parents and children that are so important and rewarding.
The issues fueling the work/family struggle attract researchers interested not only in spotting and tracking trends that highlight the difficulties Cited by: 9. Women and the Economy presents a comprehensive economic analysis of women's issues and the economic factors that have changed their lives – from marriage and fertility to work and pay.
This engaging textbook examines topics such as gender wage differentials, changes in marriage markets and fertility, and the rise of women's labor force s: 3. Department of Economics at Western Michigan University and the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
The series was titled “The Economics of Work and Family” and included research from six prominent economists specializing in family- and employment-related economic studies. The chapters tackle five broad subjects: child care.
The economists have ignored the sociologists, while paying undue attention to the work of Gary Becker, who won a Nobel Prize in Economics for his work, and made it respectable for economists to study family behavior, in large part because he showed how family behavior could be the subject of formal economic modeling.
Disclaimer: Martin used to work in my department. That being said, this is a fantastic summary of the wealth of work done in family economics. Along with Chiappori and Weiss, Martin delivers a great reference for graduate students or advanced undergrads in a topics course, but this book can also be useful for following the evolution of household models through s: 5.
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Work–family scholarship is rich and complex, emanating from multiple disciplines including psychology, management, sociology, economics, and human development studies. The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family assimilates state-of-the-art reviews of both established and cutting edge topics in the work–family field.
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The New Economics of the Family. Becker, Gary. "On the relevance of the new economics of the family.". Edited by Kimmel and Hoffman (Western Michigan Univ.), this volume comprises a brief introductory summary and six chapters originally presented as part of a series sponsored by Western Michigan University and the W.E.
Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. All authors employ an economic perspective but present the text and data in an accessible, nontechnical manner. This is the most recommended book by the experts to learn the basics of economics and is the most bought book by the students of economics.
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Nick and his team have made a huge impact on our lives.”. This comprehensive and authoritative book offers a global approach to the modern economics of the family, family law and family policy. Beginning with the division of labour in the family, this book deals with the economics of marriage, the demand for children, inter-generational relationships, and the economics of inheritance.
Work-life integration is an increasingly hot topic in the media, social research, governments and in people’s everyday lives. This volume offers a new type of lens for understanding work-family reconciliation by studying how work-family dynamics are shaped, squeezed and developed between consistent or competing logics in different societies in Europe and the US.
Citation Kimmel, Jean. "Introduction." In The Economics of Work and Family, Jean Kimmel, and Emily P. Hoffman, eds. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Author: Jean Kimmel. Imagine each family as a kind of little factory—a multiperson unit producing meals, health, skills, children, and self-esteem from market goods and the time, skills, and knowledge of its members.
This is only one of the remarkable concepts explored by Gary S. Becker in his landmark work on the family. Steven Medema, author of The Economics Book: From Xenophon to Cryptocurrency, Milestones in the History of Economics, reveals the. Journal of Family and Economic Issues (JFEI) examines the intricate relationship between the family and its economic environment.
Contributions address important issues in family management, household division of labor and productivity, relationships between economic and non-economic decisions, and the interrelation of work and family life.In Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family, Sophie Lewis offers a new radical engagement with surrogacy, highlighting the systematic inconsistences in prevailing understandings of the family and birthing and advocating for a communal approach to reproductive labour that enables the proliferation of relationships of care.
This is an incisive and exciting must-read book for all those.The book is an early anthropological work and is regarded as one of the first major works on family economics Publication history Background. Following the death of his friend and co-thinker Karl Marx inFriedrich Engels served as his literary executor, actively organizing and preparing for publication various writings of his scholarly.