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Does Part-Time Mothering Help Get a Job? The Role of Shared Custody in Womenís Employment

Carole Bonnet,  Bertrand Garbinti,  Anne Solaz,  April 2018
Paper No' CASE/209: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: divorce; child custody; shared custody; labour supply

Employment, Family Union, and Childbearing Decisions in Great Britain

Arnstein Aassve,  Simon Burgess,  Matt Dickson,  Carol Propper,  April 2004
Paper No' CASE 084: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Tags: employment and income; employment and the labour market; tax, benefits and pensions; pensions; wealth and social mobility; intergenerational and social mobility; children, families and education; children and child poverty; demographic transitions; marriage; divorce; birth; employment

Cohabitation and divorce across nations and generations

Kathleen E Kiernan,  March 2003
Paper No' CASE 065: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Tags: employment and income; wealth and social mobility; wealth and assets; intergenerational and social mobility; children, families and education; children and child poverty; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; methodology, concepts and measures; measurement, concepts and measures; divorce; parental divorce; cohabitation; comparative study; longitudinal; inter-generational

The Divorced and Who Divorces? (published as ch.16 in 'Changing Britain: Families and Households in the 1990s', S McRae (ed), OUP, 1999)

Kathleen E Kiernan,  Ganka Mueller,  May 1998
Paper No' CASE 007: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Tags: employment and income; wealth and social mobility; wealth and assets; children, families and education; children and child poverty; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; divorce; longitudinal study

The Legacy of Parental Divorce: Social, economic and demographic experiences in adulthood

Kathleen E Kiernan,  October 1997
Paper No' CASE 001: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Tags: tax, benefits and pensions; pensions; wealth and social mobility; intergenerational and social mobility; children, families and education; children and child poverty; employment and income; divorce; demography; impact on children