Child care & parent productivity: Making the business case

Resource Type: Methods
Author(s): Shellenback, Karen;
Date Issued: 2004
Publisher(s): Cornell University. Department of City and Regional Planning
Description: An outline of methodology for cost/benefit analyses of work/life initiatives, including employer-provided child care
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Funder(s): United States. Child Care Bureau ; United States. Department of Agriculture ; W. K. Kellogg Foundation ; Smart Start Program (N.C.). National Technical Assistance Center
Source: Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, Department of City and Regional Planning. Retrieved from
Note: This resource is part of the Linking Economic Development and Child Care Research Project
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Economic & Societal Impact > Economic Impact

Child Care & Early Education Market > Economic & Societal Impact > Cost Benefit Analysis

Child Care & Early Education Providers/Organizations > Sponsorship > Employer-Supported
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