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Stoney Louise, Dektar Ellen, Anderson Kristen, 28 September, 2006
Other
Notes from a discussion of community benefits, benefits to low-income citizens, and child care funding opportunities arising from the involvement of child care leaders in transportation planning
McDowell Group, July, 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the economic impact of the Alaska child care and early education industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
SEED (System for Early Education Development), July, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the Alaska child care and early education industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Warner Mildred, Summer 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the methodological and conceptual challenges faced in constructing a regional economic analysis of the child care and early education sector in the United States
Linking Economic Development and Child Care Research Project, May, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An inquiry into the economic development professionals? perspectives on child care as it pertains to their work, based on a survey of 97 economic development professionals in New York State
Brown Brentt, Traill Saskia, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study on the economic benefits of more accessible child care in New Jersey for the state economy, employers, parents and children
Brown Brentt, Traill Saskia, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of a study on the economic benefits of more accessible child care in New Jersey for the state economy, employers, parents and children
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
Fleron Lou Jean, Breen Lauren, Dimitrov Danielle, Grogan Regina L., 2006
Other
An overview of importance of child care for the economic growth of Buffalo, New York
Traill Saskia, 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the economic impact of the South Hampton Roads, Virginia, child care and early education industry in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Traill Saskia, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the South Hampton Roads, Virginia, child care and early education industry in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force…
Southward Linda H., Blanchard Troy, Costello Humphrey, Hanna Heather, Buffum Lindsay, 2006
Reports & Papers
Studies of the economic vulnerability of American child care centers and expulsion of children for parental nonpayment or changes in voucher status, based on a random sample of 807 child care centers in five states
Fleron Lou Jean, Breen Lauren, Dimitrov Danielle, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an overview of the importance of child care for the economic growth of Buffalo, New York
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), January, 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the economic impact of the San Francisco, California, child care and early education industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), January, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the San Francisco, California, child care and early education industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force…