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Rank Mark R., December 2006
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility…
York Consulting (Firm), November 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of the implementation in Scotland of a pilot program to help unemployed single parents find work by providing affordable child care, based on qualitative interviews with program staff, service providers, and parents and on analysis of…
Del Boca Daniela, Vuri Daniela, October 2006
Reports & Papers
An examination of the child care system in Italy, with a focus on the disconnect between characteristics of care available under the current system and the characteristics of care required for full maternal participation in the Italian labor market…
United States. Administration for Children and Families. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, 25 August, 2006
Other
An exploration of factors involved in the development of performance indicators to track the effects of child care programs and subsidies on the employment outcomes of low-income working families, including an overview of current federal policies,…
Usdansky Margaret L., Wolf Douglas A., June 2006
Reports & Papers
A quantitative analysis of child care related employment problems among urban working mothers of infants which assesses the effectiveness of social support, the complexity of work and child care arrangements, and demographic characteristics…
de Henau Jerome, Meulders Daniele, O'Dorchai Sile, June 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of public child care policies promoting maternal employment in European Union countries (EU-15) according to a working family friendliness model, determined by simultaneously high female employment and fertility rates
Lawrence Sharmila, Kreader J. Lee, June 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of a review of research studies examining parent employment outcomes associated with the use of child care subsidies
Stoll Marcia, Alexander David, Sugimura Niwako, May, 2006
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the relationship between parents? nonstandard work hours and their access to child care, and an inquiry into the influence of work hours and child care access on child care decisions
Stoll Marcia, Alexander David, Sugimura Niwako, May, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an exploration of the relationship between parents? nonstandard work hours and their access to child care, and an inquiry into the influence of work hours and child care access on child care decisions
Matthews Hannah, 03 April, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A policy brief presenting research findings on the relationship between child care subsidy receipt and mothers' employment
Henly Julia R., Ananat Elizabeth O., Danziger Sandra K., March, 2006
Reports & Papers
This paper examines the complexity of low-income mothers' child care arrangements, with attention to nonstandard job schedules and child care subsidies. Data come from the Women's Employment Study, a panel study of low-income mothers. Of interest is…
Wrohlich Katharina, March 2006
Reports & Papers
An examination into the relationship of the availability of child care to mothers? labor market participation accounting for restrictions to subsidized child care, based on a subsample of 1,597 households who participated in the German SocioEconomic…
Wrohlich Katharina, March 2006
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the relationship between families? child care choices, maternal labor participation, and access to subsidized child care, based on a subsample of 1,597 households who participated in the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) 2002
King Eden B., 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the effects of biased perceptions on gender differences in parental career advancement, based on a survey of supervisor-subordinate dyads assessing the behaviors, attitudes, and advancement of subordinates from both their own and…
Secret Mary, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of costs and benefits of parenting in the workplace (PIW) arrangements for employers and employees in 55 Ohio businesses