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Caring for preschool children in urban Brazil
Connelly, Rachel, 1996
Labour, 10(3), 583-608

A study of factors, including child and household characteristics, related to child care arrangements in urban Brazil

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Cost of childcare and female employment in the UK
Viitanen, Tarja K., 2005
Labour, 19(s1), 149-170

An empirical analysis of the relationship between the cost of early child care in the United Kingdom and female participation in the labor force, based on a national British Survey

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Effect of a family policy reform on immigrants' labour supply and earnings
Naz, Ghazala, March 2010
Labour, 24(1), 74-92

An econometric study of the relationship between cash benefits reform in Norway and the utilization of state-subsidized child care facilities, labor force participation, and earnings, based on a secondary analysis of nationally representative data of immigrant parents of children 1- through 3-years old collected in 1998

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The effect of the supply of subsidized day-care facilities on female labor supply
van Dijk, Liset, 1996
Labour, 10(3), 559-582

A study of the effect of the supply of subsidized child care facilities on female labor supply in the Netherlands

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Long-term effects of cash for childcare on mothers' labour supply
Ronsen, Marit, September 2009
Labour, 23(3), 507-533

An investigation of the long-term influence of a cash benefit for parents of 1 and 2 year old children who do not use full-time, subsidized child care on maternal employment rated

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New mothers' employment and public policy in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Japan
Kenjoh, Eiko, 2005
Labour, 19(s1), 5-49

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

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Quality and demand of child care and female labour supply in Italy
Chiuri, Maria C., 2000
Labour, 14(1), 97-118

An analysis of the relationship between child care rationing and of the availability of non-market forms of care on female labor market participation and on formal child care household expenditures in Italy

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Supply and price of childcare and female labour force participation in the Netherlands
Wetzels, Cecile, 2005
Labour, 19(s1), 171-209

A comparison between Dutch and Swedish child care systems, with a focus on the labor force in the Netherlands and the costs of childcare shared by government, employers, and parents

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Time out for childcare: Signalling and earning rebound effects for men and women
Stafford, Frank P., 1996
Labour, 10(3), 609-629

A discussion of the consequences of men and women taking time out of the labor force for child care as it relates to the effect on their earning potential, their relationship with employers, and the functioning of Sweden’s labor markets and public policy

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