Summary of Key Findings
Child well‐being is of considerable public interest in many OECD countries. While each country's child policy discussion has its own distinct national aspect, there are shared concerns across the OECD. In this context, examining child well‐being and policies to improve it is a timely endeavour. What do government programmes and spending achieve? What can be done to improve child well‐being? This report aims to answer these questions. This chapter sets out the report's structure and summarises its key recommendations. It explains how governments should invest to enhance child well‐being and outlines things they should do less of and things they should keep an eye on.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 01 August 2009