1. Introduction: Rethinking Gender Equality Since the Turn of the Millennium
Diana Auth, Jutta Hergenhan, Barbara Holland-Cunz
Part I. Gender Equality in Europe
2. Can We Call It a Revolution? Women, the Labour Market, and European Policy
Part II. Gender Equality in the Economic Sphere
3. Symbolic Policy Making for Gender Equality: Comparing the Use of Quotas for Civil Service and Corporate Boards in France and Germany
4. Overcoming the Gender Pay Gap: Equal Pay Policies Implementation in France and the United Kingdom
5. Equal Pay by Gender and by Nationality: A Comparative Analysis of Switzerland’s Unequal Equal Pay Policy Regimes Across Time*
Roland Erne, Natalie Imboden
Part III. Gender Equality in the Realm of the Family
6. Reconciliation of Employment and Childcare in Austria, Germany and Iceland. Examples for Gender Equality in Family Life?
7. From Implicit to Explicit Familialism: Post-1989 Family Policy Reforms in Poland
8. Social Investment or Gender Equality? Aims, Instruments, and Outcomes of Parental Leave Regulations in Germany and Sweden
Diana Auth, Hanne Martinek
Part IV. Political Representation
9. The French Parity Law: A Successful Gender Equality Measure or a “Conservative Revolution”?
10. Political Representation of Women in Europe. What Accounts for the Increase in the 2000s?
Gesine Fuchs, Christine Scheidegger
11. Successes and Failures of Electoral Gender Quotas in a Global Perspective
Part V. Conclusion
12. Targeted Measures Versus Change of Political Culture: How Can Gender Equality Best Be Achieved?
13. Erratum to: From Implicit to Explicit Familialism: Post-1989 Family Policy Reforms in Poland