A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position

Dobrotić I, Blum S, Moss P, Duvander A-Z, Koslowski A (2019)
In: Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions. Moss P, Duvander A-Z, Koslowski A (Eds); Bristol u.a.: Policy Press: 261-280.

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Autor*in
Dobrotić, Ivana; Blum, SonjaUniBi ; Moss, Peter; Duvander, Ann-Zofie; Koslowski, Alison
Herausgeber*in
Moss, Peter; Duvander, Ann-Zofie; Koslowski, Alison
Abstract / Bemerkung
There is limited knowledge about eligibility for leave in general, and about leave rights of parents less securely attached to the labour market in particular. Consequently, social inequalities in access to leave rights remain hidden, which may be particularly pronounced in countries where stable employment is a principal condition to exercise leave rights. In this chapter, we develop an innovative conceptual framework based on the social rights literature, which takes into account how access to Parental Leave benefits is granted (in-) dependent of labour market position. Four ideal types are presented: the universal parenthood model, the selective parenthood model, the universal adult-worker model, and the selective adult-worker model. Finally, we illustrate these types with three country case examples of Parental Leave systems.
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Buchtitel
Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions
Seite(n)
261-280
ISBN
9781447338772
eISBN
9781447338826
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2962595

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Dobrotić I, Blum S, Moss P, Duvander A-Z, Koslowski A. A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position. In: Moss P, Duvander A-Z, Koslowski A, eds. Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions. Bristol u.a.: Policy Press; 2019: 261-280.
Dobrotić, I., Blum, S., Moss, P., Duvander, A. - Z., & Koslowski, A. (2019). A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position. In P. Moss, A. - Z. Duvander, & A. Koslowski (Eds.), Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions (pp. 261-280). Bristol u.a.: Policy Press. https://doi.org/10.1332/policypress/9781447338772.003.0015
Dobrotić, I., Blum, S., Moss, P., Duvander, A. - Z., and Koslowski, A. (2019). “A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position” in Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions, Moss, P., Duvander, A. - Z., and Koslowski, A. eds. (Bristol u.a.: Policy Press), 261-280.
Dobrotić, I., et al., 2019. A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position. In P. Moss, A. - Z. Duvander, & A. Koslowski, eds. Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions. Bristol u.a.: Policy Press, pp. 261-280.
I. Dobrotić, et al., “A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position”, Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions, P. Moss, A.-Z. Duvander, and A. Koslowski, eds., Bristol u.a.: Policy Press, 2019, pp.261-280.
Dobrotić, I., Blum, S., Moss, P., Duvander, A.-Z., Koslowski, A.: A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position. In: Moss, P., Duvander, A.-Z., and Koslowski, A. (eds.) Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions. p. 261-280. Policy Press, Bristol u.a. (2019).
Dobrotić, Ivana, Blum, Sonja, Moss, Peter, Duvander, Ann-Zofie, and Koslowski, Alison. “A social right? Access to leave and its relation to parents’ labour market position”. Parental Leave and Beyond : Recent International Developments, Current Issues and Future Directions. Ed. Peter Moss, Ann-Zofie Duvander, and Alison Koslowski. Bristol u.a.: Policy Press, 2019. 261-280.

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