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Connelly Rachel, DeGraff Deborah S., Willis Rachel, October, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An estimation of the value that employees place on employer-sponsored child care (ESCC) benefits, using the contingent-valuation method, based on data from interviews with 904 employees from three same-industry firms
Wrohlich Katharina, March 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of the relationship between family child care expenses and maternal employment, based on data on families who participated in the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) in 2002
Rosenbaum Dan T., Ruhm Christopher J., 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of the proportion of income parents spend on child care using Survey of Income and Program Participation and Current Population Survey Data
United Way of the Bay Area (San Francisco, Calif.), University of Washington. Center for Women's Welfare, National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), Wider Opportunities for Women, 2004
Other
A study of the amount of money required to meet the cost of living in the San Fransisco Bay Area, which takes into account basic essentials, such as food and transportation, as well as child care and health care
Lokshin Michael M., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study using nationally representative data to examine the relation between Russian women's employment patterns and their use of formal and informal child care, specifically investigating how child care costs affect the number of hours that they…
Shlay Anne B., Tran Henry, Weinraub Marsha, Harmon Michelle, 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of methods used by low income families to evaluate child care quality, based on a sample of 143 low income African American mothers from the Philadelphia metropolitan area
O'Brien-Strain Margaret, Moye Laura, Sonenstein Freya Lund, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of a report on the child care arrangements, payment methods, preschool enrollment, and potential costs of universal preschool provision in California
O'Brien-Strain Margaret, Moye Laura, Sonenstein Freya Lund, 2003
Reports & Papers
A report on the child care arrangements, payment methods, preschool enrollment, and potential costs of universal preschool provision in California
Giannarelli Linda, Adelman Sarah, Schmidt Stefanie, 2003
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the relationship between child care help and child care expenses for working families between 1997 and 1999
King Carlise, Boots Shelley Waters, Chen Coreena, Dones Nicola, 2002
Reports & Papers
A study examining the links between parental employment schedules, care decisions, cost of child care and demographics amongst members in Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees Local 2 of San Francisco and their children
King Carlise, Boots Shelley Waters, Chen Coreena, Dones Nicola, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study examining the links between parental employment schedules, care decisions, cost of child care and demographics amongst members in Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees Local 2 of San Francisco and their children
Datar Ashlesha, Kilburn M. Rebecca, 2002
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
An assessment of the impact of a change in kindergarten entrance age policy on the child care needs of families, using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study (ECLS-K) data set to estimate: (1) the number of children who might be affected; (2) the…
Riley Lisa, Glass Jennifer, 2002
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of mothers? preferences for child care, the care they use, and reasons for their choices, based on a regional Midwest sample of 247 pregnant women who returned to paid employment within the first year postpartum and used non-maternal…
Baum Charles L., 2002
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the influence of child care costs on the work-related decisions of low-income mothers
Tekin Erdal, 2002
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the effects of the price of child care and the wage rate on employment and child care decisions among single mothers in the early post-welfare reform period, using data from the National Survey of America's Families