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Major research projects for 2011 and future plans

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Frame of Image egration; and developing infrastructure more conducive to the qualitative improvement of gendermainstreaming policies. Expansion of women’s employment and support for work-life balance was selected in order to facilitate the expansion of women’s participation in economic activities. The projects falling under this category are the following: First, ongoing research projects are being conducted designed in response to policy issues in the knowledge-based service, social service, and female entrepreneur sectors. Second, research is underway to help enhance the effectiveness of policies related to women’s career discontinuance and to better measure the social costs of this issue. Third, projects being performed to examine the effectiveness of the flex-time system that is aimed at promoting a balance between work and family lives, as well as to promote the system across the public and private sectors. The second research thrust, the development of strategies to respond to the ongoing rapid demographic changes in the country, including a low birth rate, aging population, and emergence of diverse types of family, has been identified in order to identify the future of women and family and to devise a future-oriented policy agenda. Policy measures are being studied with an aim to enhance the effectiveness of a range of systems designed to ease the existing burdens placed on individual families, such as child-rearing and support for seniors. In addition, research is being conducted re


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Title Major research projects for 2011 and future plans
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Shin, Seon-Mee

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[Seoul]:KWDI

Date 2011
Journal Title; Vol./Issue GSPR:2011 Vol.4
Pages 4
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Gender
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management

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