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Conceptualizing National Family Policies: A Capabilities Approach
The Palgrave Handbook of Family Policy
AbstractComparative family policy research has advanced significantly in recent years. The growing availability of more and better data have improved our understanding of cross-national similarities and differences in family policies, as well as how they shape the lives of different families. Despite these advancements, comparative family policy research continues to face difficulties. The multifaceted nature of family policies makes cross-country comparisons complex. Conceptualizing ourdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-54618-2_7 fatcat:pxwqqebgefcslfa5iklar6mukq