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Chiara Saraceno, Jane Lewis and Arnlaug Leira

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Chiara Saraceno, Leira Arnlaug and Lewis Jane

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Chiara Saraceno, Jane Lewis and Arnlaug Leira

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Chiara Saraceno, Jane Lewis and Arnlaug Leira

Governments have had a longstanding interest in family forms and the behaviour of family members, although their goals and instruments have differed over time and across countries. This timely research review brings together seminal contributions focusing on a number of important topics relating to this field.
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Arnlaug Leira and Chiara Saraceno

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Mary Daly and Chiara Saraceno

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Families, Ageing and Social Policy

Intergenerational Solidarity in European Welfare States

Edited by Chiara Saraceno

This important book offers valuable insights into the way in which social policies and welfare state arrangements interact with family and gender models. It presents the most up-to-date research in the field, based on a variety of national and comparative sources and using different theoretical and methodological approaches. The authors address different forms of support (care, financial, emotional) and employ a bi-directional perspective, exploring both giving and receiving across generations. They illustrate that understanding how generations interact in families helps to reformulate the way issues of intergenerational equity are discussed when addressing the redistributive impact of the welfare state through pensions and health services.