This book explores the economic impact of divorce on couples in Australia and the laws that affect income and financial arrangements
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A comparison of estimates from various sources suggests a phenomenal increase in de facto relationships in Australia since 1970.
This paper describes the political controversy surrounding the introduction of national earnings-related superannuation and a pension fund in Sweden.
This book looks at the major cultural groups with respect to their traditional values, and their attitudes towards a number of issues.
Research findings and conclusions and details suggestions for short- and long-term strategies; a summary report outlines the main issues.
Youth Bureau, Ministry of Youth Affairs, International Youth Year '85
This paper uses data from the first-phase survey of the Australian Family Formation Project, a longitudinal survey of Australians aged 18 to 34 years
Changing the Australian taxation system: Towards a family income guarantee: Submission to the Economic Planning Advisory Council
Draws attention to inadequacy of support, inequitable trends in the current tax- transfer system, inappropriate arrangements under current structures
In this paper, attention is given to Swedish earnings-related transfer payments other than pensions received by senior citizens.
The child's eye view of family life: A report prepared for the younger children in a study conducted in Victoria in late 1982 and early 1983
Examines children's views of family life in a variety of ordinary Victorian families, including intact, step and one parent families.