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Welfare Reform on the Web (June 2001): Social Security - Overseas

EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY POLICIES AND LONE PARENTHOOD: THE CASE OF NORWAY

R. Kjeldstad

Social Politics, vol. 7, 2000, p. 343-371

Concludes that the benefit uptake and the employment level of lone parents are more strongly linked to labour market structure and cultures than to benefit regulation characteristics.

NEW EMPLOYMENT BONUS SCHEME TO BENEFIT 8 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS

Anon.

European Industrial Relations Review, no. 325, 2001, p. 26-27

About 8 million low-income households in France stand to benefit from an increase in net income in the form of an "employment bonus" (prime pour l'emploi) by 5th September 2001. The new initiative was announced in January 2001 as a replacement for a planned national insurance rebate scheme which failed to gain the approval of the Constitutional Council.

EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY POLICIES AND LONE PARENTHOOD: THE CASE OF NORWAY

R. Kjeldstad

Social Politics, vol. 7, 2000, p. 343-371

Concludes that the benefit uptake and the employment level of lone parents are more strongly linked to labour market structure and cultures than to benefit regulation characteristics.

NEW EMPLOYMENT BONUS SCHEME TO BENEFIT 8 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS

Anon.

European Industrial Relations Review, no. 325, 2001, p. 26-27

About 8 million low-income households in France stand to benefit from an increase in net income in the form of an "employment bonus" (prime pour l'emploi) by 5th September 2001. The new initiative was announced in January 2001 as a replacement for a planned national insurance rebate scheme which failed to gain the approval of the Constitutional Council.