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How does access to early childhood services affect the participation of women in the labour market?

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This document discusses how the availability, intensity, and affordability of early childhood education and care services, as well as work-family policies, can affect women's labor force participation across Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
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United States; Slovakia; Slovenia; Sweden; Russia; Portugal; Poland; New Zealand; Norway; Netherlands; Mexico; Latvia; Luxembourg; Lithuania; South Korea; Japan; Italy; Iceland; Israel; Ireland; Hungary; Greece; United Kingdom; France; Finland; Spain; Estonia; Denmark; Germany; Czechia; Chile; Switzerland; Canada; Belgium; Australia; Austria

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