Family Policies in France: between generosity and ambiguity
The trend of female employment in France is original in comparison with the other European countries. Although French women have more children than their European sister members they are massively present on the labour market. As Jeanne Fagnani (2001) emphasises it, this paradox changes the general idea about the negative impact of female activity on fertility (...).
|Date of creation:||Sep 2002|
|Publication status:||Published in The MOCHO Newsletter, 2002, pp.1-3|
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