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- 3 The novelties contained in 2017 Budget Law
by Patrizia Lattarulo
- 2 The fourth edition of the report on the economic and working conditions of women has a partly different structure from the earlier ones, as it offers an easier picture of the female condition in Tuscany. Using the main gender statistics, it highlights the fundamental changes concerning demographic variables, education levels, participation in the labour market and time use that have occurred in the last few decades. In the face of a significant transformation in the expectations and behavioural styles of Tuscan women, particularly in the age range of 25-49 years, a worrisome figure is that of the low fertility rates characterizing the region, even more so because of the economic crisis. Women are better educated than in the past, they participate more to the labour market, but – contrary to what happens in other European countries – have few or no children. This figure is significant not only as an indicator of the individual behaviour of women, but also as a sign of an alarming demographic problem for our country. According to Eurobarometer data, Italy records one of the widest gap between number of desired fertility and number of children born. The descriptive part of the report is completed with an analysis of the role of maternity and childcare in the careers of employed women over the period 2004-2014, using an original database, that is the declarations of Tuscan taxpayers
by Natalia Faraoni
- 2 A Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) for the territorial reorganization of the school network in a Tuscan inland area
by Sabrina Iommi & Donatella Marinari
- 1 Transaction costs imposed on businesses and households by municipal hyper-fragmentation. Early evidences from the tax incentives for building renovation
by Sabrina Iommi & Donatella Marinari & Simonetta Cerilli & Sandro Ciabatti