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Child care subsidies and the employment of welfare recipients
Meyers, Marcia K., 1999
(Working Paper No. 15). Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, UC Data Archive & Technical Assistance.

A study examining the probability that low-income single mothers in California will receive child care subsidies and the effect this has on their employment.

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Child care subsidies and the employment of single mothers
Guzman, Julio, March 2009
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago, Chicago

An examination of the relationship between child care subsidies and the employment of single mothers after 1996, based on data collected in 1999 and 2002 from the National Survey of America's Families, and an examination of the relationship between free public kindergarten for 5-year-old children and employment for different groups of mothers and groups of states, based on data from the 2005, 2006 and 2007 rounds of the American Community Survey

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Child care subsidies and the employment of welfare recipients
Meyers, Marcia K., 2002
Demography, 39(1), 165-179

A study examining the probability that low-income single mothers in California will receive child care subsidies and the effect this has on their labor market activity

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Childcare subsidies, wages, and employment of single mothers
Tekin, Erdal, Spring 2007
Journal of Human Resources, 42(2), 453-487

An exploration of the influence of the availability of child care subsidies and potential wages on parents’ employment decisions, using data from the 1997 National Survey of America’s Families (NSAF)

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Child care subsidies, wages, and employment of single mothers
Tekin, Erdal, 2002
Unpublished manuscript, Georgia State University, Atlanta

An analysis of the effects of the price of child care and the wage rate on employment and child care decisions among single mothers in the early post-welfare reform period, using data from the National Survey of America's Families

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Child care devolution in Texas: The relationship of child care policies to subsidy, employment and market durations
Schexnayder, Deanna, March 2008
The University of Texas at Austin

An overview of a study of the relationship between child care policies and subsidy, employment, and market outcomes, during the period of localization (devolution) of the management of child care subsidy policy in Texas, based on the findings of an econometric analysis

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Child care subsidies and employment behavior among very-low-income populations in three states
Cochi Ficano, Carlena K., May 2006
The Review of Policy Research, 23(3), 681-698

An empirical analysis of the effects of child care subsidies on recipients' transition times to substantial employment, using merged administrative data from Florida, Minnesota, and Connecticut's welfare reform evaluations

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Child care subsidy receipt, employment, and child care choices of single mothers
Tekin, Erdal, October 2005
Economics Letters, 89(1), 1-6

An examination of the effects of child care subsidies on the employment and child care choices of single mothers

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Child care subsidy receipt, employment, and child care choices of single mothers
Tekin, Erdal, 2004
(NBER Working Paper Series No. 10459). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

A study of the influence of subsidy receipt on the employment rates and child care choices of single mothers, based on questionnaire responses, collected in 1999, from 2,226 single mothers in a nationally representative sample of American families

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Rural-urban differences in childcare subsidy use and employment stability
Davis, Elizabeth E., Spring 2010
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 32(1), 135-153

An analysis of the dynamics of program participation and employment stability for rural and urban families in Oregon's child care subsidy program, from an analysis of state adminstrative data from 27,628 single-parent families who entered between October 1998 and September 2000

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Afterschool child care subsidies and maternal employment among the low-income families
Xiang, Gao, 2009
Unpublished doctoral dissertation: University of Washington, Seattle

An examination of the relationship between variations in state child care policies and both parental choice of after school child care and their employment, based on a secondary analysis of data from the National Survey of America's Families 2002, the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (2000 to 2004), and published aggregate data provided by the Child Care Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Census Bureau

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Child care subsidies and entry to employment following child birth
Jordan, Lucy P., 2005
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle

An analysis of the effects of child care subsidies on the entry of new mothers into the labor force, using data from the Fragile Families and Well-Being Study

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Child care subsidy use and employment outcomes of TANF mothers during the early years of welfare reform: A three-state study
Lee, Bong Joo, 2004
(Chapin Hall Working Paper). Chicago: University of Chicago, Chapin Hall Center for Children.

An analysis of the child care subsidy take-up rate, type of child care chosen, and relation between child care subsidy use and employment outcomes for single working mothers receiving TANF in Illinois, Maryland and Massachusetts

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Maintaining employment: The impact of child care subsidies
Forry, Nicole D.,
Unpublished policy brief, University of Maryland, College Park

A presentation of themes related to parental employment, child care decision-making, child care expenses, and child care subsidies from analyses of 40 baseline and 28 follow-up responses to open-ended survey questions from parents in a larger study of the relationship between child care subsidies and parental employment

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Participation and employment dynamics of child care subsidy users in rural and urban Oregon
Davis, Elizabeth E., February 2007
(RPRC Working Paper No. 07-01). Corvallis, OR: RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center.

An examination of rural-urban differences in the use of public programs designed to support working low-income families, such as child care subsidies and food stamps, based on a comparison of demographic characteristics, employment stability, participation in work support programs, and other data

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Employment and earnings of child-care subsidy recipients in Harris County, Texas
Olson, Jerome A., June 2002
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

An identification of the economic, personal, and policy variables influencing employment and earnings among recipients of subsidized child care in Harris County, Texas, during a period of welfare reform

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Child care subsidy, child care costs, and employment of low-income single mothers
Ahn, Haksoon, February, 2012
Children and Youth Services Review, 34(2), 379-387

An analysis of the relationship between welfare reform and child care costs among low income single mothers, and the correlation between post reform child care subsidy receipt and the status and duration of these mothers' employment, based on data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation, 1993, 1996, and 2001 panels

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Leaving welfare for employment: The role of child care subsidies for white, Hispanic, and African American families
Shlay, Anne B., July 2007
Philadelphia: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

A longitudinal study of child care subsidy utilization among former welfare recipients after leaving the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) child care subsidy system, the impact of child care subsidies on their employment outcomes, and differences in subsidy use and employment outcomes as a function of race and ethnicity, based on interviews with a sample of 658 African American, White, and Hispanic welfare leavers

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Changing policies, changing impacts: Employment and earnings of child-care subsidy recipients in the era of welfare reform
Queralt, Magaly, 2000
Social Service Review, 74(4), 588-619

A study that examines the employment and earnings of current and former recipients of welfare benefits and child care subsidies and assesses the impact of increased funding for child care and other policy changes.

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Employment outcomes for low-income families receiving child care subsidies in Illinois, Maryland, and Texas
Goerge, Robert, August 18, 2009
Chicago: University of Chicago. Chapin Hall Center for Children

A study of the relationship between child care subsidy use and employment outcomes, and an identification of factors associated with child care subsidy use among eligible low income families, based on analysis of administrative and census data collected in Illinois, Maryland, and Texas

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The determinants and consequences of child care subsidies for single mothers
Blau, David M., 2003
(NBER Working Paper Series 9665). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

A study of the effects of child care subsidies on the employment, school, and welfare participation of single mothers following the passage of the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA)

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The determinants and consequences of child care subsidies for single mothers in the USA
Blau, David M., October 2007
Journal of Population Economics, 20(4), 719-741

A study of the effects of child care subsidies on the employment, school, and welfare participation of single mothers following the passage of the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA)

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The determinants and consequences of child care subsidy receipt by low-income families
Blau, David M., 2001
In B. Meyer & G. Duncan (Eds.), The incentives of government programs and the well-being of families. Chicago: Joint Center for Poverty Research.

An analysis of the determinants of child care subsidy receipt and the effects of subsidy receipt on employment using the 1997 National Survey of America's Families

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Effects of reducing child care subsidy copayments in Washington State: Final report
United States. Administration for Children and Families. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, June 2010
(OPRE 2011-2). Washington, DC: U.S. Administration for Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation.

A study of the impact on subsidy duration, employment, and income of reduced child care subsidy copayments, based on 5,106 Washington State child care subsidy applicants randomly assigned to standard or reduced copayment schedules

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Childcare subsidies and labor supply: Evidence from a large Dutch reform
Bettendorf, Leon J. H.,
(Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper TI 2012-093/I). Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute.

A study of the relationship of an increase in the generosity of child care subsidies in the Netherlands to maternal labor force participation and hours worked, based on 1995-2009 data from the Dutch Labour Force Survey, an annual cross-sectional survey of approximately 80,000 individuals

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