Understanding differences in labour market attachment of single mothers in Great Britain and West Germany
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Keywordssingle mothers; maternal employment; familyemployment; reconciliation; Great Britain; West Germany; Alleinerziehende Mütter; Arbeitsmarkteinbindung alleinerziehender Mütter; Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf; Großbritannien; West-Deutschland;
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