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Building future generations: The macroeconomic consequences of family policies

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In this paper, I study the aggregate impacts of family policies in a heterogeneous agent overlapping generations model. Relative to previous studies on family policies, this paper is the first to combine the quantity-quality trade-off, an endogenous demographic structure, and childcare choices in a quantitative structural framework. (author abstract)

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