"Childbearing, Women's Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe" has been published. It is edited by Livia Sz. Oláh (SUDA) and Ewa Fratczak. This edited volume addresses the importance of labor force attachment on young women's fertility plans (intentions, desires) in the context of increased labor market flexibility and differences in work-life balance policies across Europe in the early 21st century. The synthesis of the findings shows how childbearing choices in relation to uncertainty, risk and incoherence offer a lens for understanding the capabilities of families to have and care for children in contemporary Europe. The volume contributes to the conceptual development of further research on the complex relationship between fertility, paid work and work-life balance policies. More information available here.