The magnitude of this association varies depending on access to financial support for participation in education. Adolescents who receive educational allowances and who live in countries with broader access to such support are less harmed.
Do households live the family model they prefer? Household’s work patterns across European policy regimes ￼
Studies have investigated the equalizing effect of childcare provision and parental leave schemes on gendered work patterns. However, as the relationship between policies and individual time allocations to paid work is complex and challenging to empirically assess,...
An increasing number of children are growing up in reconstituted households, formed by a couple and a non-common child. Reconstituted households tend to be poorer, which is associated with worse behavioural and developmental outcomes. Additionally, there is evidence...
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young adults experiencing dual family life after high-conflict divorce
This paper describes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the family lives of young adults whose parents had been through a high-conflict divorce and the extent to which these 18-to-30-year-olds believed the COVID-19 measures accommodated for their family situation.
The saying "demographics is destiny" encapsulates the reality than demographics--rising or falling trends of births and deaths--boost or constrain economies and societies regardless of other conditions.
Does cutting child benefits reduce fertility in larger families? Evidence from the UK’s two-child limit
This research set out to explore how the policy (in operation since April 2017) has affected fertility of third and subsequent births. Using quantitative methods, we find the policy led to only a small decline in fertility among those households directly affected.