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- Notes on contributors
- One Change in European care arrangements
- Two Development paths of care arrangements in the framework of family values and welfare values
- Part Two New forms of informal, semi-formal and formal care work
- Three Gender, labour markets and care work in five European funding regimes<sup>1</sup>
- Four Changing long-term care regimes: a six-country comparison of directions and effects<sup>1</sup>
- Five Migrants' care work in private households, or the strength of bilocal and transnational ties as a last(ing) resource in global migration
- Part Three Welfare-state policies towards care work
- Six Comparative approaches to social care: diversity in care production modes
- Seven Social rights and care responsibility in the French welfare state
- Eight Childcare policies of the Nordic welfare states: different paths to enable parents to earn and care?
- Nine Informal family-based care work in the Austrian care arrangement
- Part Four The formalisation of care work and the labour market
- Ten Labour market participation of women and social exclusion: contradictory processes of care employment in Sweden and Germany
- Eleven Women's work between family and welfare state: part-time work and childcare in France and Sweden
- Twelve Labour market integration of women and childcare in Slovenia
- Thirteen Family leave and employment in the EU: transition of working mothers in and out of employment
- Part Five Conclusions
- Fourteen Political actors and the modernisation of care policies in Britain and Germany
- Fifteen Welfare state and the family in the field of social care
- Care and social integration in European societies
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