Existing discourse on childcare decisions proceeds as if there were one "right" answer to the question of who should care for children. The law has preferences, too. But the reality is that parents, like businesses, make diverse, strategic decisions about when to keep work in-house, and when to collaborate with outside partners. This Article uses the lens of business outsourcing to gain fresh perspective on childcare decisionmaking, and the law's relationship to it.
Harbach, Meredith Johnson
Yale Journal of Law & Feminism: Vol. 24
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjlf/vol24/iss2/3