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Trade-offs between different early childhood interventions: Evidence from Ecuador

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A study of the impact of home visits and child care centers on low-income children's cognitive and health outcomes and mothers' well-being and labor force participation in Ecuador, based on a comparison of children and mothers enrolled in publicly-funded programs with those who would have been served by programs that had applied for but did not receive public funding
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Ecuador

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