References

Author:European Union Publications Office
Pages:163-166
SUMMARY

A. The national expert reports. B. Additional references.

 
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A The national expert reports

Beleva, I. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Bulgarian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Barry, U., Conlon, C. and O’Connor, J. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Irish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Borg, R. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Maltese national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Ellingsaeter, A.L. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Norwegian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Emerek, R. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Danish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Fagan, C., Hebson, G. and Rubery J. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the UK national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Ferreira, V. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Portuguese national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Kanjuo Mrˇcela, A. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Slovene national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Kanopiene, V. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Lithuanian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Karamessini, M. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Greek national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Kotowska, I. E. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Polish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Krízková, A. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Czech national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Laas, A. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Estonian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Lehto, A.M. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Finnish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Löfström, A. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Swedish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

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Maier, F. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the German national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Mairhuber, I. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Austrian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Meulders, D. and O’Dorchai, S. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Belgian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Moltó, M.L. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Spanish national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Mósesdóttir, L. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Icelandic national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Nagy, B. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Hungarian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Panayiotou, A. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Cypriot national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Papouschek, U. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Liechtenstein national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Piscova, M. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Slovakian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Plantenga, J. and Remery, C. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Dutch national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Plasman, R. and Sissoko, S. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Luxembourg national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Silvera, R. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the French national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Trapenciere, I. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Latvian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Villa, P. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Italian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

Zamfir E. (2004), ‘Making work pay’ debates from a gender perspective – the Romanian national report, European Commission’s Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment report for the Equal Opportunities Unit, DG Employment

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B Additional references

Anxo, D. and Boulin, J-Y. (eds.)/European Foundation (2005), A new organisation of working time throughout working life, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin

Bennett, F. (2002), ‘Gender implications of current Social Security reforms’, Fiscal Studies, December, 23 (4), pp.559-585

Brewer, M., Clark, T. and Wakefield, M. (2002), ‘Five Years of Social Security Reform in the UK’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, working paper WP02/12

Bruning, G. and Plantenga, J. (1999), ‘Parental leave and equal opportunities: experiences in eight European countries’, Journal of European Social Policy, 9(3), pp.195-209

Bettio, F. and Plantenga, J. (2004), ‘Comparing care regimes in Europe’, Feminist Economics 19(1), pp.185-113

Communication ‘Modernising social protection for more and better jobs – a comprehensive approach to making work pay’, COM[2003] 842 final

Dale, A. and Holdsworth, C. (1998), ‘Why don’t black and ethnic minority women work part-time in Britain?’ in J. O’Reilly and C. Fagan (eds), Part-time Prospects: an international comparison of part-time work in Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim, Routledge

Den Dulk, L. (2001), Work-family arrangements in organisations: a cross-national study in the Netherlands, Italy, the United Kingdom and Sweden, Thela-Thesis

Ellingsaeter, A.L. (1990), Fathers Working Long Hours: Trends, Causes and Consequences, Oslo: Institute for Social Research

Ellingsater, A.L. and Gulbrandsen, L. (2004), Practices, Policies and Preferences – Mothers’ Employment and Childcare in Norway, Paper to the Work, Employment and Society Conference, Manchester, 1-3 September 2004

Ellingsaeter and Hedlund (1998), Care resources, employment and gender equality in Norway, Oslo: Institute for Social Research

Engstler, H.; Menning, S. (2003), Die Familie im Spiegel der amtlichen Statistik, Studie im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend, Berlin

Eurispes (a cura di) (2003), Politiche per la famiglia: l’Italia in grande ritardo, Rome, September

European Commission (2005), Report on social inclusion 2005 – An analysis of the National Action Plans on Social Inclusion (2004-2006) submitted by the 10 new Member States, Luxembourg: office for Official Publications of the European Communities

Fagan, C. (2002), Follow-up to the Council's Recommendations on the UK's Employment National Action Plan (NAP): Information on the level of Gender Segregation, Childcare Places and the Work-Life Balance Policy Initiative, European Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment

Fagan, C. and Hebson, G. (2004), Gender Mainstreaming and the Social Inclusion Process in the first National Action Plans (2004) of the 10 new Member States. The co-ordinators' report for the EU Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment Expert Group (EGGSIE) to the Equal Opportunities Unit, Employment Directorate (DGV) European Commission, Brussels, September, 50 pp.

Fagan, C. and Rubery, J. (1996), ‘Transitions between Family Formation and Paid Employment’ in International Handbook of Labour Market Policy and Evaluation ed. by Schmid et al.

Hardoy, I. and Schøne, P. (2004), The part-time wage gap: How large is it really? (www.samfunnsforskning.no)

Hogarth, T., Hasluck, C. and Pierre, G. (2001), Work-Life Balance 2000: Results from the Baseline Study, research report RR249, Department for Education and Employment, London: HMSO

Ilmakunnas, S. (1997), ‘Public Policy and Childcare Choice’ in Persson, I. and Jonung, C. (eds) Economics of the Family and Family Policies, Routledge, London, pp.178-193

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INE (2004), Base de Dados sobre Género, Lisbon, Instituto Nacional de Estatística, http://www.ine.pt/PI/genero/

Lakatos Judit (2001), ’Visszatérés a munkaeröpiacra a gyermekgondozási idö után. (Back to the labour market after childcare allowance)’, Statisztikai Szemle, January

Lammi-Taskula Johanna (2004), ‘Äidit työmarkkinoilla – kahden kerroksen väkeä? (Mothers on Labour Market – Upstairs, Downstairs?)’, Yhteiskuntapolitiikka, vol. 70 (2004): 2, pp.202-206

Lewis, J. (2001), ‘The decline of the male breadwinner model: implications for work and care’, Social Politics, Summer, pp.152-169

Millward, N., Bryson, A. and Forth, J. (2000), All Change at Work: British Employment Relations 1980-1998, as Portrayed by the Workplace Industrial Relations Survey Series, London: Routledge

Moss, P. and Deven, F. (eds) (1999), Parental Leave: Progress or Pitfall?, Brussels: NIDI/CBGS Publications

Nordic Council of Ministers (2003), Nordic statistical yearbook 2003, Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers

OECD (2001), Employment Outlook 2001, chapter 4 'Work and family life: how do they balance out?', Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Peinelt-Jordan, Klaus (1996), Männer zwischen Familie und Beruf – Ein Anwendungsfall für die Individualisierung der Personalpolitik, München und Mering

Plantenga, J. and Remery, C. (2005), Reconciliation of work and private life: a comparative review of 30 European countries. The co-ordinators' report for the EU Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment Expert Group (EGGSIE) to the Equal Opportunities Unit, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, European Commission, Brussels.

Portegijs, W. et al. (2002), Emancipatiemonitor 2002, Den Haag: SCP

Rubery, J., Smith, M. and Fagan, C. (1999), Women’s Employment in Europe: trends and prospects, London: Routledge

Rubery, J. (2002), ‘Gender mainstreaming and gender equality in the EU: the impact of the EU employment stratgey’, Industrial Relations Journal, 33, 5, pp.500-522

Rubery, J. (2003a), Report on the ‘Assessment of the National Action Plans on Social Inclusion from a Gender Perspective’, European Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment, http://www.umist.ac.uk/management/ewerc/egge/egge.htm

Rubery, J. (2003b), Report on the ‘Assessment of the National Action Plans for Employment from a Gender Perspective’, European Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment, http://www.umist.ac.uk/management/ewerc/egge/egge.htm

Rubery, J., Figueiredo, H. and Smith, M. (2003), Gender Mainstreaming and the European Employment Strategy and Social Inclusion Process, report for the Equal Opportunities Unit in the European Commission, November

Rubery, J., Smith, M., Figueiredo, H. and Grimshaw, D. (2004), Gender Mainstreaming and the European Employment Strategy and Social Inclusion Process, report for the Equal Opportunities Unit in the European Commission, February

Takala, Pentti (2004), ‘Isien perhevapaiden käyttö’ (The Use of Family Leaves by Fathers), A presentation at Family Research Congress, Jyväskylä, 25-26.3.2004