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Distributional effects of early childhood programs and business incentives and their implications for policy
Bartik, Timothy J., July 2009
(Upjohn Institute Staff Working Paper No. 09-151). Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

A discussion of differences in the impacts of early childhood programs on children from low-, middle-, and high-income families and of the economic and political merits of targeted versus universal early childhood programs

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Distributional effects of early childhood programs and business incentives and their implications for policy
Bartik, Timothy J., August 2009
(National Poverty Center Working Paper Series No. 09-13). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, National Poverty Center.

A discussion of differences in the impacts of early childhood programs on children from low-, middle-, and high-income families and of the economic and political merits of targeted versus universal early childhood programs

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Earnings benefits of Tulsa's pre-k program for different income groups
Bartik, Timothy J., 15 July, 2011
(Upjohn Institute Working Paper No. 11-176). Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

An estimation of future adult earnings associated with participation in universal prekindergarten in Tulsa, Oklahoma, based on an analysis of student prekindergarten and kindergarten test scores and projections of the relationship of early test scores to future earnings

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Earnings benefits of Tulsa's pre-k program for different income groups
Bartik, Timothy J., 15 July, 2011
(CROCUS Working Paper No. 17). Washington, DC: Georgetown University, Center for Research on Children in the United States.

An estimation of future adult earnings associated with participation in universal prekindergarten in Tulsa, Oklahoma, based on an analysis of student prekindergarten and kindergarten test scores and projections of the relationship of early test scores to future earnings

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Earnings benefits of Tulsa's pre-k program for different income groups
Bartik, Timothy J., December, 2012
Economics of Education Review, 31(6), 1143-1161

An estimation of future adult earnings associated with participation in universal prekindergarten in Tulsa, Oklahoma, based on an analysis of student prekindergarten and kindergarten test scores and projections of the relationship of early test scores to future earnings

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Economic development benefits of preschool expansion in Kalamazoo County
Bartik, Timothy J., July 24, 2008
(Upjohn Institute Staff Working Paper No. 09-147). Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

An analysis modeling the county job and earnings creation effects relative to costs of a hypothetical large-scale high-quality preschool expansion in Kalamazoo County, Michigan

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The economic development benefits of universal preschool education compared to traditional economic development programs
Bartik, Timothy J., 05 May, 2006
Washington, DC: Committee for Economic Development.

A study comparing the costs and benefits of preschool programs versus traditional economic development policies in terms of increased jobs and earnings for a state's residents, based on models simulating the effects of a hypothetical state universal preschool program and a traditional economic development subsidy program

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The economic development benefits of universal preschool education compared to traditional economic development programs [Executive summary]
Bartik, Timothy J., 05 May, 2006
Washington, DC: Committee for Economic Development.

A summary of a study comparing the costs and benefits of preschool programs versus traditional economic development policies in terms of increased jobs and earnings for a state's residents, based on models simulating the effects of a hypothetical state universal preschool program and a traditional economic development subsidy program

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The economic development effects of early childhood programs
Bartik, Timothy J., January 25, 2008
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

An analysis modeling the state- and nation-level job and earnings creation effects of three early childhood development programs targeted at disadvantaged children, and comparing these effects to those of a hypothetical half-day universal prekindergarten program and of traditional business subsidies for job growth promotion

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How policymakers should deal with the delayed benefits of early childhood programs
Bartik, Timothy J., June 2009
(Upjohn Institute Staff Working Paper No. 09-150). Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

A discussion of methods for calculating the present value of future returns from investments in early childhood programs and of approaches to improving the appeal of those investments by reducing their short-run costs and increasing their short-run benefits

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Investing in kids: Early childhood programs and local economic development
Bartik, Timothy J., 2011
Kalamazoo, MI: W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

A discussion of the potential roles of both early childhood programs and changes to business tax incentives as parts of local economic development strategies

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Taking preschool education seriously as an economic development program: Effects on jobs and earnings of state residents compared to traditional economic development programs
Bartik, Timothy J., 30 March, 2006
Washington, DC: Committee for Economic Development.

A study comparing the costs and benefits of preschool programs versus traditional economic development policies in terms of increased jobs and earnings for a state's residents, based on models simulating the effects of a hypothetical state universal preschool program and a traditional economic development subsidy program

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Taking preschool education seriously as an economic development program: Effects on jobs and earnings of state residents compared to traditional economic development programs [Executive summary]
Bartik, Timothy J., 30 March, 2006
Washington, DC: Committee for Economic Development.

A summary of a study comparing the costs and benefits of preschool programs versus traditional economic development policies in terms of increased jobs and earnings for a state's residents, based on models simulating the effects of a hypothetical state universal preschool program and a traditional economic development subsidy program

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