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Hardoy Ines, Schone Pal, December, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
We ask whether cheaper child care can spur labor supply of mothers in an economy with high female labor supply. We exploit exogenous variation in child care prices induced by a public reform. A triple difference approach is put forward. The results…
Havnes Tarjei, Mogstad Magne, July, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
We assess the case for universal child care programs in the context of a Norwegian reform which led to a large scale expansion of subsidized child care. We use non-linear difference-in-differences methods to estimate the quantile treatment effects…
Andreoli Francesco, Havnes Tarjei, Lefranc Arnaud, September, 2014
Reports & Papers
This paper develops a criterion to assess equalization of opportunity that is consistent with theoretical views of equality of opportunity. We characterize inequality of opportunity as a situation where some groups in society enjoy an illegitimate…
Havnes Tarjei, Mogstad Magne, November, 2012
Reports & Papers
Many developed countries currently consider a move towards a universal child care program. The challenge in assessing the case for universal child care programs is that the evidence base is scarce. We analyze the staged expansion of subsidized,…
Havnes Tarjei, Mogstad Magne, May, 2010
Reports & Papers
An examination of the influence of access to universal and subsidized child care on children's long-term outcomes, based on administrative data from Norway's population for 1967 through 2006
Kornstad Tom, Thoresen Thor O., September 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the effects of Norwegian family policy reforms on mothers' participation in the workforce, including decreased child care prices and increasing center-based child care availability
Hardoy Ines, Schone Pal, n.d.
Reports & Papers
We ask whether cheaper child care can spur labour supply of mothers in an economy with high female labour supply. We exploit exogenous variation in child care prices induced by a public reform. A triple difference approach is put forward. The…