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The role of work-family reconciliation policies in female employment and fertility recuperation in selected EU member states

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Title:
The role of work-family reconciliation policies in female employment and fertility recuperation in selected EU member states
Type:
Diploma thesis
Author:
Mgr. Kamila Utegenova
Supervisor:
RNDr. Jiřina Kocourková, Ph.D.
Opponent:
RNDr. Květa Kalibová, CSc.
Thesis Id:
100334
Faculty:
Faculty of Science (PřF)
Department:
Department of Demography and Geodemography (31-360)
Study programm:
Demography (N1303)
Study branch:
Demography (DEM)
Degree granted:
Mgr.
Defence date:
17/12/2010
Defence result:
Very good
Language:
English
Keywords (in czech):
family policy, female employment, fertility
Keywords:
family policy, female employment, fertility
Abstract (in czech):
The role of work-family reconciliation policies in female employment and fertility recuperation in selected EU member states Kamila Utegenova Abstract Currently an increasing number of parents, in particularly women, experience conflict in work-family balance, which significantly affects the level of fertility in developed countries. The European Council is actively involved in solving this problem, since the general welfare of the country may directly depend on the balanced population reproduction. This work is aimed at identifying the effects of the special measures taken to improve women´s employment efficiency – in the spheres of childcare arrangements, parental leave and gender equality. Keywords: fertility, employment, work-life balance, European Union member states
Abstract:
The role of work-family reconciliation policies in female employment and fertility recuperation in selected EU member states Kamila Utegenova Abstract Currently an increasing number of parents, in particularly women, experience conflict in work-family balance, which significantly affects the level of fertility in developed countries. The European Council is actively involved in solving this problem, since the general welfare of the country may directly depend on the balanced population reproduction. This work is aimed at identifying the effects of the special measures taken to improve women´s employment efficiency – in the spheres of childcare arrangements, parental leave and gender equality. Keywords: fertility, employment, work-life balance, European Union member states
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