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Child care costs and the employment decision of women: Canadian evidence
Cleveland, Gordon, 1996
Canadian Journal of Economics, 29(1), 132-151

An analysis of the joint decision for women with preschool children to engage in paid employment and to purchase market forms of child care in Canada

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Employment and child-care choices in Canada and the United States
Michalopoulos, Charles, 2000
Canadian Journal of Economics, 33(2), 435-470

An examination of employment and child care choices of two-parent families with young children in the United States and Canada

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The impact of child care costs on the labour supply of married mothers: Evidence from Canada
Powell, Lisa M., 1997
Canadian Journal of Economics, 30(3), 577-594

A survey of the impact of child care costs on the labour supply of married mothers in Canada

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Production externalities and the efficiency of parental childcare choices
Kennedy, Peter W., 1997
Canadian Journal of Economics, 30(4a), 822-834

An economic model of parental child care decision-making and a discussion of the externalities arising from this decision-making model that may affect the economic efficiency of child care provision

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Universal early childhood interventions: What is the evidence base?
Baker, Michael, November, 2011
Canadian Journal of Economics, 44(4), 1069-1105

A categorization of research results on the outcomes of targeted versus universal preschool provision and a critique of the use of data from targeted preschool interventions in policy arguments for universal preschool interventions in Canada

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