Child care assistance: Are subsidies or tax credits better?
Institute for the Study of Labor (Bonn, Germany)
||A comparison of the relationship of two Australian child care assistance policies, price subsidies and tax credits, to maternal labor force participation, child care demand and expenses, household income and welfare, and government revenue, based on an analysis of data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey
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