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Universal child care, maternal labor supply, and family well-being

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A study of the relationships between the implementation of The Quebec Family Policy, a universal child care policy initiative, and type, quality, and quantity of child care utilized by families, labor force participation of parents, and child, parent behavior, and health outcomes, based a secondary analysis of data from the National Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth in Canada
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Canada

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