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Applications of demand estimation to the child care market


This dissertation includes the following three studies that used Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program administrative data, licensing administrative data, and QRIS administrative data: "Who Benefits From Child Care Quality Ratings," which analyzes the effects of Minnesota's ParentAware ratings on child care providers and consumers; "How Far Will They Go?", which addresses the importance of distance in: determining child care choice, assessing child care policy interventions, and racial differences in the use of family child care; and "Fewer Options or More Substitution?", which describes the impact of decreased family child care availability on subsidy recipients.

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