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Child-care costs and family labor supply
Blau, David M., 1988
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 70(3), 374-381

An analysis of family labor supply and the child care market, illustrating relationships between parents’ child care and employment decisions in 1980

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Child care costs as a barrier to employment for single and married mothers
Kimmel, Jean, 1998
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 80(2), 287-299

An economically focused discussion of the cost of child care and its impact on maternal employment

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Child care subsidies, quality of care, and the labor supply of low-income, single mothers
Berger, Mark C., 1992
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 74(4), 635-642

A survey of the influence of child care subsidies on the labor supply decisions of low-income single mothers in Kentucky

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Cognitive and noncognitive peer effects in early education
Neidell, Matthew, August 2010
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 92(3), 562-576

A study of the relationship between children's social and cognitive outcomes in kindergarten and the early elementary grades and their peers' enrollment in preschool, based on kindergarten, first grade, and third grade data from the nationally representative Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998–1999 (ECLS-K)

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The effect of child care costs on married women's labor force participation
Connelly, Rachel, 1992
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 74(1), 83-90

A study of the relationship between child care costs and married mothers’ labor force participation

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Evaluating preschool programs when length of exposure to the program varies: A nonparametric approach
Behrman, Jere R., 2004
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 86(1), 108-132

An examination of the influence of participation in the Proyecto Integral de Desarrollo Infantil (PIDI) early childhood program in Bolivia on children’s development with differing durations of children’s attendance

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Non-profit sector and part-time work: An analysis of employer-employee matched data on child care workers
Mocan, H. Naci, 2003
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 85(1), 38-50

An investigation of the existence and the extent of nonprofit and part-time wage and compensation differentials in child care, in a sample of 398 child care centers in four states

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The supply of quality in child care centers
Blau, David M., 2002
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 84(3), 483-496

An economic study of the relationship between cost and child care quality and revenue and quality using a sample derived from the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Study

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Tax credits, labor supply, and child care
Averett, Susan L., 1997
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 79(1), 125-135

An examination of the impact of the child care tax credit on the employment decisions of married women with children in the United States workforce using data from the 1986 National Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Market Experience of Youth

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Turnover in child care arrangements
Blau, David M., 1991
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 73(1), 152-157

An analysis of changes in child care arrangements from the Youth Cohort of the National Longitudinal Surveys over the first three years of life

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