Suchprofil: Berufsrückkehrerinnen
Durchsuchter Fertigstellungsmonat: 09/17



%0 Journal Article
%J International migration
%N online first
%F Z 453
%A Nisrane, Beza L.
%A Morissens, Ann
%A Need, Ariana
%A Torenvlied, René
%T Economic reintegration of Ethiopian women returned from the Middle East
%D 2017
%P 15 S.
%G en
%# A 2015; E 2015
%@ ISSN 0020-7985
%R 10.1111/imig.12358
%X "Current migration studies and policy reviews neglect the vital link between migration experiences of labour migrants and their return and reintegration process. The objective of this study is to highlight the phenomenon and bring the matter to policy makers' attention. This study uses in-depth interviews and a series of focus group discussions to explore the relationship between migration experiences and economic reintegration of unskilled Ethiopian women who are return migrants from Middle Eastern countries. Economic reintegration, which in its basic form is about securing a livelihood, is a challenge for most returnees. The reason relates to the migration settings, preparedness and reintegration assistance in the home county. Reintegration assistance for involuntary returnees is beneficial only for those who manage to obtain some savings out of their migration. The findings imply the need for policy improvements regarding the working conditions of female domestic workers in the host countries and reintegration programmes in the home countries." (Author's abstract, Published by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons) ((en))
%K Rückwanderung
%K Frauen
%K Herkunftsland
%K berufliche Reintegration
%K Ungelernte
%K Beschäftigungsland
%K Hausangestellte
%K soziale Unterstützung
%K Einwanderungspolitik
%K Rückwanderungsbereitschaft
%K Afrikaner
%K Sparverhalten
%K Geldüberweisung
%K prekäre Beschäftigung
%K Äthiopien
%K Nahost
%K Saudi-Arabien
%Z Typ: 1. SSCI-Journals
%Z fertig: 2017-09-04
%M k170803v31
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek

%0 Journal Article
%J Work, employment and society
%N online first
%F Z 917
%A Röder, Antje
%A Ward, Mark
%A Frese, Carmen-Adriana
%T From labour migrant to stay-at-home mother? Childcare and return to work among migrant mothers from the EU Accession countries in Ireland
%D 2017
%P 18 S.
%G en
%# A 2007; E 2008
%@ ISSN 0950-0170
%R 10.1177/0950017017713953
%X "Previous research on the labour market integration of migrants from EU Accession countries has primarily viewed migrants as individual economic actors, despite their increasing role in family formation. In this contribution, mothers' return to work after birth is analysed using data from the Irish childhood prospective cohort study Growing Up in Ireland. Families from the Accession countries appear to have little access to non-parental childcare or the support of extended family, which is an important resource for their Irish peers. Fewer EU Accession mothers return to paid work at the end of maternity leave, and are more likely to juggle work and childcare without support. Structural reasons as well as preferences are considered as potential explanations to develop a better understanding of how migrant status impacts on work and childcare decisions." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
%K Einwanderer
%K ausländische Arbeitnehmer
%K ausländische Frauen
%K Mütter
%K berufliche Reintegration
%K Berufsrückkehrerinnen
%K Osteuropäer
%K Beruf und Familie
%K Kinderbetreuung
%K Hausfrauen
%K Berufsausstieg
%K Arbeitszeitwunsch
%K Irland
%Z Typ: 1. SSCI-Journals
%Z fertig: 2017-09-29
%M k170913v03
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek


%0 Book
%1 Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit (Hrsg.)
%A Hartley, Robert Paul
%A Lamarche, Carlos
%T Behavioral responses and welfare reform : evidence from a randomized experiment
%D 2017
%P 36 S.
%C Bonn
%G en
%B IZA discussion paper : 10905
%X "Recent studies have used a distributional analysis of welfare reform experiments suggesting that some individuals reduce hours in order to opt into welfare, an example of behavioral-induced participation. Using data on Connecticut's Jobs First experiment, we find no evidence of behavioral-induced participation at the highest conditional quantiles of earnings. We offer a simple explanation for this: women assigned to Jobs First incur welfare participation costs to labor supply at higher earnings where the control group is welfare ineligible. Moreover, as expected, behavioral components and costs of program participation do not seem to play a differential role at other conditional quantiles where both groups are eligible to participate. Our findings show that a welfare program imposes an estimated cost up to 10 percent of quarterly earnings, and these costs can be heterogeneous throughout the conditional earnings distribution. The evidence is obtained by employing a semi-parametric panel quantile estimator for a model that allows women to vary arbitrarily in preferences and costs of participating in welfare programs." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
%K Sozialleistungen - Reform
%K erwerbstätige Frauen
%K Mütter
%K Frauenerwerbstätigkeit
%K aktivierende Arbeitsmarktpolitik
%K aktivierende Sozialpolitik
%K Reformpolitik
%K berufliche Reintegration
%K arbeitsmarktpolitische Maßnahme
%K Sozialleistungen - Inanspruchnahme
%K Sozialhilfe
%K J22
%K I38
%K C21
%K C33
%Z Typ: 4. Arbeitspapiere/Discussion Paper
%Z fertig: 2017-09-06
%M k170818r10
%~ LitDokAB
%W IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek

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