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Einfluss der Elternzeit von Vätern auf die familiale Arbeitsteilung im internationalen Vergleich

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  • Boll, Christina
  • Leppin, Julian Sebastian
  • Reich, Nora

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Die Arbeitsteilung von Müttern und Vätern in Familie und Beruf hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten in den meisten Ländern verschoben. Mütter gehen zunehmend einer bezahlten Erwerbstätigkeit nach, und immer mehr Väter wollen Verantwortung für Familienaufgaben übernehmen. Es stellt sich daher die Frage, inwiefern diese Trends in der Zeitverwendung die traditionelle geschlechtsspezifische Rollenteilung verändert haben und ob Metavariablen auf der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Ebene wie die Frauenerwerbsquote oder aber auch familienpolitische Faktoren wie Regelungen zum Elterngeld die individuelle Zeitverwendung der Eltern beeinflusst haben. --

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Paper provided by Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) in its series HWWI Policy Papers with number 59.

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