Can consumers detect lemons?: An empirical analysis of information asymmetry in the market for child care
An examination of the influence of asymmetrical information and adverse selection on the quality of available child care, as well as parents' ability to discern different qualities of care, based on data gathered from 228 infant and toddler classrooms and 518 preschool rooms from 100 programs in California, Colorado, Connecticut, and North Carolina
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