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The Palgrave Handbook of Family Policy
AbstractThis chapter examines to what extent policy ideas and norms promoted at the transnational and international level around gender and family policy are influential at the domestic policy level in OECD countries. Existing research demonstrates a mixed record in terms of transnational and international non-state actors' influence on domestic policy in the Global North. This chapter argues that international norms are diffusing to domestic policy actors and processes rather unevenly. Whiledoi:10.1007/978-3-030-54618-2_4 fatcat:dlg3sfqrrffrtkagv733pk7jwy