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Baker Michael, Milligan Kevin, February, 2008
Reports & Papers
An exploration of changes to child care use and child development indicators after Canada's year 2000 6-month increase in the length of maternal leave entitlements for employed mothers
Kershaw Paul, Anderson Lynell, Goelman Hillel, September, 2007
Other
Recommendations for expanded support for parental leave and increased funding for child care services in the 2008 budget of the Government of Canada
Gennetian Lisa A., April 2007
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
A review of an examination of the distinct, integral stages of children?s cognitive, behavioral, and physical development, including an exploration of the impact on children of parental employment, whether paid work is pursued out of necessity, by…
Haataja Anita, 2007
Other
A comparison of Finland's and Sweden's parental leave and child care policies in the 1990s and 2000s, paying particular attention to the sharing of child care between men and women and men's and women's employment
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…
Cochi Ficano Carlena K., Gennetian Lisa A., Morris Pamela A., May 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An empirical analysis of the effects of child care subsidies on recipients' transition times to substantial employment, using merged administrative data from Florida, Minnesota, and Connecticut's welfare reform evaluations
Aakjaer Charlotte, Willumsen Marie, Wust Miriam, Hansen Hans, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study simulating the effects of paid family leave policies and post-leave child care costs on family income after the birth of the first child in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom
Bould Sally, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A review of the history of international child care policies of the United Nations, focusing on mothers as workers as well as mothers as primary care givers for young children using the history of Care, Health and Education for Children in Poverty (…
Center for Law and Social Policy, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief arguing for the importance of policies to provide paid sick days to child care workers
Henly Julia R., 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…
Bicskei Éva, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A historical analysis of Hungary's child care policies from 1945 to 1956, focusing on how child care was organized, funding methods, quality of educational facilities, and provisions in terms of maternal employment
Kenjoh Eiko, 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the link between family friendly public policies and women's employment status after birth of their first child in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Japan in the 1980s and 1990s
Galtry Judith, Callister Paul, 2005
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of literature on concerns associated with parental leave, encompassing mothers' labor market outcomes, childbirth and maternal recovery, parent-infant bonding, children?s cognitive development, breastfeeding, and gender equity objectives
Rudd Elizabeth, 2005
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…
Rogers-Dillon Robin, 2005
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…