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Assessing costs and benefits of early childhood intervention programs: Overview and applications to the Starting Early Starting Smart program
Karoly, Lynn A., 2001
Seattle: Casey Family Programs; Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A discussion of issues for policymakers to consider in assessing the direct, monetary costs and benefits to early childhood intervention programs, based on information from the assessment of Starting Early Starting Smart (SESS)

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Assessing costs and benefits of early childhood intervention programs: Overview and application to the Starting Early Starting Smart program: Executive summary
Karoly, Lynn A., 2001
Seattle: Casey Family Programs; Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A report summarizing the methodological issues in developing a cost benefit analysis for early childhood programs and their implications for the Starting Early Starting Smart intervention.

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The costs and benefits of early childhood interventions: Prepared statement of Lynn A. Karoly
Karoly, Lynn A., 1999
In Early childhood interventions, public-private partnerships: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, House of Representatives. 105th Cong., 2nd Sess.

Testimony on the costs and benefits of early childhood interventions based on the results of a Rand study conducted by an interdisciplinary research team

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County-level estimates of the effects of a universal preschool program in California
Karoly, Lynn A., 2005
(Technical Report No. TR-340-PF). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

Cost-benefit estimates for a universal preschool program in California

Reports & Papers


County-level estimates of the effects of a universal preschool program in California [Executive summary]
Karoly, Lynn A., 2005
(Technical Report No. TR-340-PF). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A summary of cost-benefit estimates for a universal preschool program in California

Executive Summary


Directions for cost and outcome analysis of Starting Early Starting Smart: Summary of a cost expert meeting
Cannon, Jill S., 2001
Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A document reporting on a meeting convened by RAND on behalf of the Casey Family Programs (CFP) and the Office of Early Childhood, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), to discuss issues related to cost-benefit analysis of the Starting Early Starting Smart program

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Early childhood interventions: Benefits, costs, and savings
Karoly, Lynn A., 1998
(Research Brief No. RB-5014). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A summary of a study of the effects of early childhood interventions on low income children, their families, and the government, examining the costs, benefits, and savings resulting from the interventions

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The economics of early childhood policy: What the dismal science has to say about investing in children
Kilburn, M. Rebecca, 2008
(OP-227-CFP). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A review and synthesis of research literature on the economic costs and benefits of early childhood programs

Literature Review


The economics of investing in universal preschool education in California
Karoly, Lynn A., 2005
(MG-349). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A cost-benefit analysis of a one-year, high quality universal preschool program in the state of California

Reports & Papers


The economics of investing in universal preschool education in California: Executive summary
Karoly, Lynn A., 2005
Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation.

The summary of a cost-benefit analysis of a one-year, high quality universal preschool program in the state of California.

Executive Summary


Investing in our children: What we know and don't know about the costs and benefits of early childhood interventions
Karoly, Lynn A., 1998
Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

An examination of the benefits and long-term impact of early childhood intervention programs for at risk children and their families

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Proven benefits of early childhood interventions
Karoly, Lynn A., 2005
(Research Brief No. RB-9145-PNC). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A discussion of the beneficial effects of early childhood interventions- programs that provide child development services from the prenatal period until kindergarten entry- and what constitutes effective programs, with an account of the economic returns that are associated with these programs

Fact Sheets & Briefs


Toward standardization of benefit-cost analyses of early childhood interventions
Karoly, Lynn A., December 2010
(WR-823). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A discussion of standards for conducting benefit-cost analyses of early childhood programs

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Toward standardization of benefit-cost analysis of early childhood interventions
Karoly, Lynn A., January, 2012
Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis , 3(1), 1-43

A discussion of standards for conducting benefit-cost analyses of early childhood programs

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Valuing benefits in benefit-cost studies of social programs
Karoly, Lynn A., 2008
(TR-643-MCF). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

An assessment of methodologies used to measure benefits in benefit-cost analyses of social programs, including early childhood intervention programs

Reports & Papers


Valuing benefits in benefit-cost studies of social programs [Executive summary]
Karoly, Lynn A., 2008
(TR-643-MCF). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A summary of an assessment of methodologies used to measure benefits in benefit-cost analyses of social programs, including early childhood intervention programs

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