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Finanzmarktregulierung – notwendig oder Übel

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  • Vera Bünnagel
  • Johann Eekhoff
  • Barbara Henman
  • Steffen J. Roth
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    Die Familienpolitik in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ist durch eine große, selbst für Fachleute kaum überschaubare Maßnahmenvielfalt gekennzeichnet. Die Instrumente sind in ihrem Zusammenwirken weder hinsichtlich ihrer Verteilungswirkungen, noch hinsichtlich ihrer (arbeitsmarkt- oder bevölkerungspolitischen) Anreizwirkungen trans-parent. Die meisten familienpolitischen Leistungen und Regelungen fördern die Ent-scheidung für Kinder nicht in neutraler Form, sondern unterstützen bestimmte Vorstel-lungen einer Elternschaft und behindern andere. Dabei bestehen zahlreiche Wider-sprüche.

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    Paper provided by Otto-Wolff-Institut für Wirtschaftsordnung, Köln, Deutschland in its series Otto-Wolff-Institut Discussion Paper Series with number 03/2009.

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    Date of creation: Mar 2009
    Handle: RePEc:kln:owiwdp:dp_03_2009
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