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Child care, female employment, and economic growth
An examination of the relations among child care choices, maternal employment, and regional economic growth, including the importance of community work/family support systems
Reports & Papers
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The economic importance of child care for community development [Special issue]
Linking Economic Development and Child Care
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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