Child Welfare Systems and Migrant Children: A Cross Country Study of Policies and Practice

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International Policy Exchange Series

Published in collaboration with the Center for International Policy Exchanges University of Maryland

Series Editors
Douglas J. Besharov
Neil Gilbert

United in Diversity? Comparing Social Models in Europe and America
Edited by Jens Alber and Neil Gilbert

The Korean State and Social Policy: How South Korea Lifted Itself from Poverty and Dictatorship to Affluence and Democracy
Stein Ringen, Huck-ju Kwon, Ilcheong Yi, Taekyoon Kim, and Jooha Lee

Child Protection Systems: International Trends and Orientations
Edited by Neil Gilbert, Nigel Parton, and Marit Skivenes

The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies
Edited by Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier, and
Martin Seeleib-Kaiser

Counting the Poor: New Thinking About European Poverty Measures and Lessons for the United States
Edited by Douglas J. Besharov and Kenneth A. Couch

Social Policy and Citizenship: The Changing Landscape
Edited by Adalbert Evers and Anne-Marie Guillemard

Chinese Policy in a Time of Transition
Edited by Douglas J. Besharov and Karen Baehler

Reconciling Work and Poverty Reduction: How Successful Are European Welfare States?
Edited by Bea Cantillon and Frank Vandenbroucke

University Adaptation in Difficult Economic Times
Edited by Paola Mattei

Workfare Revisited: Activation Reforms in Europe and America
Edited by Ivar Lødemel and Amílcar Moreira

Child Welfare Systems and Migrant Children: A Cross Country Study of Policies and Practices
Edited by Marit Skivenes, Ravinder Barn, Katrin Križ, and Tarja Pösö

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