The Gender Division of Welfare: The Impact of the British and German Welfare States
The Gender Division of Welfare is an ambitious new study that raises interesting and important questions concerning the relationship between welfare states, gender differentiation and social inequality. The book traces the consequences of different welfare state and social policy arrangements for women and men and the househ olds in which they live. Mary Daly examines the British and German welfare states showing that both countries differ markedly in the measures they have instituted in various areas.
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Theory on the Welfare State The Place of Gender?
A Framework for Analysing the Gender Dimension of Welfare States
The British and German Welfare States and the Support of Family and Gender Relations
Sex Gender and the Distributive Principles of Cash Transfer Systems
Income Inequality and Resourcebased Relations
Sex Gender and Poverty
Marriage Financial Relations and Womens Economic Risks
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analysis approach arrangements average Based basis benefits Britain British cash transfers cent chapter child claims collective compared comparison complete conceptual consider considerable context contribution countries dependent differentiation distribution economic effects empirical equality especially existing extent factors female gender Germany greater head higher household income households identify important individuals inequalities institutional interests labour market less living lone male marriage married means measure mothers Notes outcomes particular patterns pensions personal income policies political poor poverty principles processes programs proportion provision question rates receiving redistribution reducing regard relations relative risk role sample share significant similar situation social insurance sources status structure Table taxation tend tion transfers types unit variation welfare women women and men