Child Care Subsidy Use and Self-Sufficiency Pathways of Low-Income Mothers: A Three-State Study
Lee, Bong Joo;
||An exploration of factors related to subsidy take-up rates, child care use for those on subsidies, and the effects of child care subsidies on welfare and employment, based on an analysis of linked individual-level administrative data on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) receipt, use of child care subsidies, and wage reports from Illinois, Massachusetts, and Maryland.
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