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The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit: A policy analysis
Forry, Nicole D., 2006
Marriage & Family Review, 39(1/2), 159-176

A discussion of the development of the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit and an evaluation of the effect of the policy on families with varying incomes

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Child care expenditures for preschoolers: A study of employees in a university setting
Heck, Ramona K.Z., 1998
Marriage & Family Review, 27(1-2), 145-166

A study of characteristics, including features of child care arrangements and demographic variables, related to the child care expenses of a universityís employees

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Family day care: Out of the shadows and into the spotlight
Wattenberg, Esther, Fall/Winter 1980
Marriage & Family Review, 3(3/3), 35-62

An exploration of family child care in the United States, with a focus on the characteristics of and the regulations for this type of child care arrangement

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The need for international family policy: Mothers as workers and as carers
Bould, Sally, 2006
Marriage & Family Review, 39(1/2), 75-98

A review of the history of international child care policies of the United Nations, focusing on mothers as workers as well as mothers as primary care givers for young children using the history of Care, Health and Education for Children in Poverty (a South Asian organization) as an example

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Patterns and determinants of parental child care during a child's first three years of life
Averett, Susan L., 2000
Marriage & Family Review, 29(2-3), 115-136

A study of the patterns and determinants of paternal child care during the motherís work hours in childrenís first three years of life, using data from the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth

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Trading well-being for economic efficiency: The 1990 shift in EU childcare policies
Bleijenbergh, Inge, August 2006
Marriage & Family Review, 39(3/4), 315-336

A discussion of the changes in child care policies for three European Union countries (Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom), examining how these countries were able to prioritize economic efficiency while improving child care quality

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