4 edition of Economic consequences of divorce found in the catalog.
Economic consequences of divorce
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lenore J. Weitzman and Mavis Maclean.|
|Series||Oxford socio-legal studies|
|Contributions||Weitzman, Lenore J., Mavis, Maclean.|
|LC Classifications||K695 .E26 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 443 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||443|
|LC Control Number||91014739|
The EconomicConsequences of Divorce This article provides an overview of some of the seminal research articles in the area of the economic consequences of divorce, and an individualized framework for assessing the possible consequences of divorce for a particular person. Economic Consequences of Divorce in the United States: Recent Developments. Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Sanford Katz (John Eekelaar editor), Forthcoming. U of Houston Law Center No. A 14 Pages Posted: 2 Apr See all articles by J. Thomas OldhamAuthor: J. Thomas Oldham.
The Social Consequences of Coronavirus Questions on responding to a novel threat. M.D., is a psychiatrist and the author of The Intelligent Divorce book series. Online: DIVORCE DURING COVID. Over the last 20 years, researchers have focused considerable attention on the economic consequences of divorce. One book, Weitzman's The Divorce Revolution (), reports a 73 percent decline in women's standard of liv- ing after divorce and a 42 percent increase in men's standard of living.
Understanding the Financial Impact of Divorce A divorce may spell change for your lifestyle, your hopes and dreams, your children’s lives, and much more. But with some preparation and planning, you can protect your interests and take charge of your financial well-being. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. CHAPTER 6 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF TEENAGE CHILDBEARING Sandra L. Hofferth I=RODUCT ION The assumption of active parenting signif icantly changes a young woman's or man' s life.
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The Divorce Revolution: The Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in America [Weitzman, Lenore J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Divorce Revolution: The Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in AmericaCited by: Zambian - this article was on the economic consequences of divorce.
When deciding to get a divorce one should consider all factors including the economic impact (which many overlook) and then decide whether, with everything considered, it is better to proceed with the divorce or if it makes more sense to find a way to s: Isabel Sawhill discusses how trends in family composition, such as the growth of single parent families, are influencing poverty, inequality and social mobility.
Introduction --Korean customs and laws on divorce revisited --Procedures and grounds for divorce --Marital property settlement upon divorce --Effect of divorce on child --Conclusion.
Series Title: Family law in a global society, issue. the economic consequences of divorce. One book, Weitzman's The Divorce Revolution (), reports a 73 percent decline in women's standard of liv-ing after divorce and a 42 percent increase in men's standard of living.
These percentages, based on data from a Los Angeles sample, are sub-stantially larger than those from other studies. 33) C. Dewilde and W. Uunk, “Remarriage as a Way to Overcome the Financial Consequences of Divorce– A Test of the Economic Need Hypothesis for European Women,” European Sociological Rev no.
3 (): Our analysis suggests that Weitzman’s finding concerning the precipitous decline in the economic status of women following divorce is likely to be incorrect. Her findings not only imply improbably large changes in income but are also inconsistent with the information she reports on changes in income and in income per capita.
Corrected estimates suggest a decline in economic status of Cited by: A high divorce rate hampers economic growth, as it increases the number of households, which requires more power and resources.
However, divorce rates. The economic consequences of divorce in six OECD countries v 1 About the authors Professor David de Vaus is a Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Family Studies and Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Queensland.
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Among its many advantages, marriage is a potent anti-poverty strategy. Perhaps the most cited study on the economics of divorce is Jay Zagorsky’s “Marriage and Divorce’s Impact on Wealth.”Zagorsky used data that tracked Americans in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s, and found that “single respondents slowly increase their net worth.
The Consequences of Divorce goes beyond the past decade’s extensive focus on emotional and social adjustment outcomes to explore in-depth the post-divorce legal, economic, and custodial variables that impact the entire family.
This important volume examines the economic conditions of both marriage partners after the divorce, the effect of Cited by: 4. The Economic Consequences of Divorce in Australia David de Vaus*, Matthew Gray**,†, Lixia Qu*** and David Stanton**** *Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Queensland.
1) Crude divorce rate: the number of divorces that take place per 1, persons. 2) Refined divorce rate- the number of divorces per 1, married females.
3) The ratio of divorces granted in a given year to the number of marriages contracted in that same year. Divorce is not a single event that happens on the day that the divorce decree is issued: it is a long, drawn-out process.
The initial decision-making process can take months or even years, and even when the divorce decision has finally been made, the progression of divorce may not be quick. This comprehensive volume brings to light little known implications of legal, economic, and custodial factors following a divorce.
The Consequences of Divorce goes beyond the past decade’s extensive focus on emotional and social adjustment outcomes to explore in-depth the post-divorce legal, economic, and custodial variables that impact the entire : $ The effects of divorce on income vary with different institutional settings and labour markets.
For example, the economic consequences of divorce for women in Switzerland are much smaller because of a combination of higher labour market earnings for women in Switzerland and a greater contribution from a new partner's income. This completely updated second edition presents an integrated, multidisciplinary account of children's experiences of divorce from historical, cultural and demographic perspectives.
The author highlights children's resilience, but is sensitive to children's pain throughout the divorce process and afterwards. In addition he reviews the psychological, social, economic and legal consequences of. In fact, Brexit would entail big economic costs for Britain. The uncertainty and disruption of drawn-out and doubtless acrimonious divorce proceedings would depress investment and growth.
Permanent separation would reduce trade, foreign investment, and migration. In spite of the upset children experience after parental separation, Furstenberg and Cherlin find that most children adapt successfully as long as their mother does reasonably well financially and psychologically, and as long as conflict between parents is low.
The casualty of divorce is usually the declining relationship between fathers and their s: 1. Divorce can have important economic consequences, especially for women (DiPrete and McManus, ; McManus & DiPrete, ; Uunk, ).
Economic dependency in the formerAuthor: Juho Härkönen.D. Negative Consequences Emphasized in this Summary: The overall theme of the book is that divorce has surprisingly harmful long-term consequences on many or most of the people affected by it, especially the children.
These harmful conse-quences are what I have focused on in this summary. To be fair to the book I must also note thatFile Size: KB.But economists have worried for months that Brexit will drag the economy down. In a poll of more than economists for the Financial Times at the start ofmore than three-quarters thought.