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Benefits for all: The economic impact of the New Jersey child care industry: Infant/toddler, preschool and out-of-school time programs
Brown, Brentt, 2006
Trenton, NJ: John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy.

A study on the economic benefits of more accessible child care in New Jersey for the state economy, employers, parents and children

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Benefits for all: The economic impact of the New Jersey child care industry: Infant/toddler, preschool and out-of-school time programs [Executive summary]
Brown, Brentt, 2006
Trenton, NJ: John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy.

A summary of a study on the economic benefits of more accessible child care in New Jersey for the state economy, employers, parents and children

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Beyond looking backward: Is child care a key economic sector?
Pratt, James Edward, Summer 2006
Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society, 37(2), 23-37

An economic analysis of the child care system in New York State, using a hypothetical extraction approach

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The bottom line: Investing in child care is good business
Action for Children North Carolina, May, 2006
Raleigh, NC: Acton for Children North Carolina.

A compilation of findings from studies on the economic impact of child care subsidies nationally and on North Carolina families and businesses

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Buffalo child care means business: Executive summary
Fleron, Lou Jean, 2006
Buffalo, NY: Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

A summary of an overview of the importance of child care for the economic growth of Buffalo, New York

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Buffalo child care means business: Full study report
Fleron, Lou Jean, 2006
Buffalo, NY: Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

An overview of importance of child care for the economic growth of Buffalo, New York

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California's preschool for all act (Proposition 82): A policy analysis
Barnett, W. Steven, 2006
New Brunswick, NJ: National Institute for Early Education Research.

A policy brief discussing California's preschool for all act, Proposition 82, in terms of its potential impact on preschool children's school readiness, education attainment, and its potential economic benefits

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A cost-benefit analysis of universally-accessible prekindergarten education in Texas
Aguirre, Elisa, May 2006
College Station: Texas A & M University, George Bush School of Government and Public Service.

A cost-benefit analysis of a plan to introduce high-quality universal prekindergarten in Texas

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A cost-benefit analysis of universally-accessible pre-kindergarten education in Texas
Texas A & M University. George Bush School of Government and Public Service, May, 2006
College Station: Texas A & M University, George Bush School of Government and Public Service.

An overview of the anticipated costs and benefits of the universal provision of prekindergarten in Texas

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Costs, benefits, and long term effects of early care and education programs: Recommendations and cautions for community developers
Barnett, W. Steven, Summer 2006
Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society, 37(2), 86-100

A review of the basis of claims related to the costs, benefits, and long-term effects of child care and early education programs, including effects on parental earnings and young children's academic achievements and development

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Does it pay to invest in preschool for all?: Analyzing return-on-investment in three states
Belfield, Clive R., 2006
New Brunswick, NJ: National Institute for Early Education Research.

A summary of studies in Massachusetts, Ohio, and Wisconsin that estimate the economic costs and benefits of expanding preschool programs to universal enrollment

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The dollars and cents of investing early: Cost-benefit analysis in early care and education
Heckman, James J., July 2006
Zero to Three, 26(2), 10-17

Overviews of several cost-benefit analyses of early education programs, and a discussion of the use of cost-benefit analysis in efforts to secure funding for early education programs

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Early childhood development and social mobility
Barnett, W. Steven, Fall 2006
The Future of Children, 16(2), 73-98

An examination of the effects of preschool attendance on young children's future social mobility and an argument for public investment in child care and early education programs to increase program attendance and program quality for low income preschool-aged children

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Early childhood development: Investing in Oregonís economic future
Children's Institute (Portland, Or.), Fall 2006
(Issue Brief No. 1). Portland, OR: Children's Institute.

A discussion of the long-term educational and economic benefits from state investment in early childhood education in Oregon

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Early Childhood Finance Learning Community conference call: Linking child care and regional transportation planning
Stoney, Louise, 28 September, 2006
Raleigh, NC: Smart Start Program, National Technical Assistance Center.

Notes from a discussion of community benefits, benefits to low-income citizens, and child care funding opportunities arising from the involvement of child care leaders in transportation planning

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Early education for children birth to five in Nebraska: An investment in crime prevention
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, 2006
Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids.

A summary of research on the links between early education programs and reductions in aggressive behavior and future crime

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Early years: What is known about the long-term economic impact of centre-based early childhood interventions?: Summary
University of London. Social Science Research Unit. Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre, 2006
London: University of London, Social Science Research Unit, Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre.

A summary of a cost-benefit analysis of the long-term impacts of center-based child care interventions

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Early years: What is known about the long-term economic impact of centre-based early childhood interventions?: Technical report
Penn, Helen, 2006
London: University of London, Social Science Research Unit, Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre.

A cost-benefit analysis of the long-term impacts of center-based child care interventions

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An economic analysis of pre-k in Arkansas
Belfield, Clive R., November, 2006
Washington, DC: Pre-K Now.

An analysis of the economic returns to expanding Arkansas Better Chance, a state-funded child care and early education program for preschool-age children from low-income families, to cover all children in the state

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The economic benefits of high-quality early childhood programs: What makes the difference?: Executive summary
Galinsky, Ellen, 2006
Washington, DC: Committee for Economic Development.

Facts on the economic benefits of the High/Scope Perry Preschool Project, the Carolina Abecedarian Project and Chicagoís Child-Parent Centers (CPC)

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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 impact of the child care and early education industry in South Hampton Roads, Virginia
Traill, Saskia, 2006
Norfolk, VA: Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia.

An analysis of the economic impact of the South Hampton Roads, Virginia, child care and early education industry in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation

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The economic impact of the child care and early education industry in South Hampton Roads, Virginia [Executive summary]
Traill, Saskia, 2006
Norfolk, VA: Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia.

A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the South Hampton Roads, Virginia, child care and early education industry in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation

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The economic impact of the child care industry in the city and county of San Francisco
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), January, 2006
San Francisco: San Francisco, Department of Children, Youth and Their Families.

An analysis of the economic impact of the San Francisco, California, child care and early education industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation

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