Influence of family-oriented benefits on the quality of life of families in Ireland and in Poland in 2004–2013 (Prorodzinne swiadczenia materialne a ksztaltowanie jakosci zycia rodzin w Irlandii i w Polsce w latach 2004–2013 )
Mariola Zalewska () and
Natalia Sierzega ()
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Mariola Zalewska: Samodzielny Zaklad Metod Matematycznych i Statystycznych Zarzadzania, Wydzial Zarzadzania Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.
Research Reports, 2016, vol. 2, issue 21, 157-169
The article compares the quality of life of families in Ireland and in Poland in 2004-2013. The quality of life of families is affected by many factors, including available family-oriented benefits. These benefits are listed separately for Poland and Ireland to show that family oriented financial policy in Ireland is more favourable than in Poland. Spectrum of offered services is in Ireland wider, amounts are higher, and durations are longer than in Poland. When it comes to the quality of life a comparison of the indicators was performed. These were selected value to address several aspects related to the family life: the level of migration, fertility, the number of marriages and divorces. These indicators look better for Ireland than for the Poland. However, this does not allow for clear identification of the causal relationship, because it is impossible to disentangle an impact of the level of GDP which is higher in Ireland than in Poland.
Keywords: quality of life of families; Poland; Ireland; funding for family-oriented policy; indicator analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H53 I31 J38 C43 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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