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Li Hao, October, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This paper examines the effect of universal pre-kindergarten (pre-k) on the labor force participation of mothers with pre-k-aged children in Oklahoma and Georgia. I apply the synthetic control method (SCM) to Current Population Survey (CPS) data to…
Georgia State University. School of Policy Studies, Carl Vinson Institute of Government, June, 2016
Reports & Papers
This study, a collaborative effort between researchers at the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government and Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, builds on a similar 2008 study by quantifying the daily…
Bright From the Start (Organization : Georgia), August 2008
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the economic impact of the Georgia child care and early education industry in terms of children and parents served, its employment, and its gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting parental labor force participation and…
Warner Mildred, Liu Zhilin, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the regional economic impact of the child care sector, as compared to the agriculture, manufacturing, and services sectors, using state-level input-output models
Stoney Louise, 2000
Reports & Papers
An overview of the financial status of child care in southern United States, which argues that, by allowing both parents to work, child care has contributed to the economic expansion of the nation
Goldberg Hanah, Cairl Tim, Cunningham Thomas J., n.d.
Reports & Papers
Child care challenges, whether a result of systemic barriers to access or the cumulative impact of inconsistent or unreliable care, affect parents' participation in the workforce and can have far-reaching effects for families, employers, and the…