http://visual.ons.gov.uk/uk-perspectives-an-overview-of-the-uk-labour-market/ ONS statistics March 2015 Just one in ten women taking care of family – but caution needed to interpret the data. Less women over 60 are now economically inactive, which accounts partly for the change, and it would also be good to know what proportion of women have children compared with 1993.
file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/Working%20Paper%2013%20-%20Resilience.pdf Harvard University: Center on the Developing Child What can we do to promote resilience in children and why do some children appear to be more vulnerable than others in adverse circumstances? Added March 4th 2015
Measuring Social Capital from Office of National Statistics (ONS) 18th July 2014 Further Reading: https://www.mothersathomematter.org/resources/research/580-value-of-informal-care-ons-2010-released-feb-2013 This article reports on the measurement of informal childcare by households which is outside the scope of National Accounts and therefore Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Formal childcare per child for children under 5 years old increased by 36.4% between […]
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/12/141218081330.htm Science Daily Dec 18th 2014
Analysis of the impact of 3 and 4 year old entitlement IFS paper October 2014 Analysis of what is known as ‘double dividend’ – namely impact of taxpayer funded 3 and 4 year old entitlement of 15 hours on a) children’s development, if any, and b) impact on maternal employment figures.