This paper offers a new interpretation of the patterns of European employment rates over the last 30 years that is based on the crucial role of the family. It presents some interesting evidence on the evolution of the employment rates of the different demographic groups and develops a model based on the interaction between technology and family preferences that is able to capture the main features of the data.

The Roots of Low European Employment: Family Culture? A Comment

FOGLI, ALESSANDRA
2007-01-01

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This paper offers a new interpretation of the patterns of European employment rates over the last 30 years that is based on the crucial role of the family. It presents some interesting evidence on the evolution of the employment rates of the different demographic groups and develops a model based on the interaction between technology and family preferences that is able to capture the main features of the data.
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Fogli, Alessandra
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