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Fuller Bruce, Raudenbush Stephen W., Wei Li-Ming, Holloway Susan D., 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A national survey of the influence of state standards, subsidies, tax credits and vouchers on preschool quality based on three contexts of family demands: statewide levels of wealth, maternal employment, and poverty rates
Blau David M., 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An empirical analysis of the elasticity of supply of labor to child care and the determinants of the effects of child care subsidies and regulations on the cost of child care using data from the Current Population Survey
Bowen Gary, Neenan Peter, 1993
Reports & Papers
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An investigation of the role of subsidized child care in reducing welfare participation among families with preschool-aged children in the United States
Hofferth Sandra L., Kisker Ellen Eliason, 1992
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An analysis of family day care in the United States examining three issues: first, the number of licensed and unlicensed family day care programs in America and their enrollment; second, the similarities and dissimilarities of characteristics…
Walker James R., 1992
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of licensed and unlicensed family home providers and the care they supply in three metropolitan areas (Newark and Camden, New Jersey and South Chicago, Illinois)
Berger Mark C., Black Dan A., 1992
Reports & Papers
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A survey of the influence of child care subsidies on the labor supply decisions of low-income single mothers in Kentucky
Gormley, Jr. William T., 1991
Reports & Papers
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A study estimating the effects of various state child care regulations on the availability of regulated child care
Culkin Mary L., Morris John R., 1991
Reports & Papers
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A study of five types of child care subsidies in the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area of Colorado, their impact on four types of child care settings, and on overall child care expense
Robins Philip K., 1991
Other
An investigation of child care from an economic perspective, including discussion of increased female labor force participation, federal and state policies concerning the subsidizing of child care, regulation of child care facilities, key policy…
Walker James R., 1991
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An economic discussion of the child care market and its effect on normative public policy analysis and design, including the motivating factors for government intervention into the child care market as influenced by market efficiency
Klerman Jacob Alex, Leibowitz Arleen, 1990
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the influences of child care subsidies and the cost of child care on the timing of the decision of women to return to work after the birth of their first child
Barnett W. Steven, 1990
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the development of preschool education policies, focusing on the economic aspects of investing in public preschool education programs
Grolnick Wendy S., 1990
Other
Peer Reviewed
An argument for reexamining the importance of affective goals in early childhood education, including implications for future research and policymakers
Morgan Gwen, Winter 1989
Other
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An overview of the philosophical, educational, and turf-sharing obstacles to the establishment of a national child care policy in the United States, and a proposal of overarching goals to be agreed upon by all stakeholders