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Can consumers detect lemons?: An empirical analysis of information asymmetry in the market for child care

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A study and comparison of parent and trained observer ratings of child care quality based on data from a stratified random sample of infant-toddler and preschool classrooms in approximately 100 child care centers
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United States
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California; Colorado; Connecticut; North Carolina

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