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Do child care regulations affect the child care and labor markets?
Blau, David M.;

An analysis of the estimated effects of child care regulations on the labor market for mothers of young children and outcomes in the child care market, including type of care, child care hours, costs, and expenditures per hour and per week

Reports & Papers

2003

The effectiveness of child-care subsidies in encouraging the welfare-to-work transition of low-income single mothers
Kimmel, Jean;

An analysis of the effectiveness of child care subsidies in encouraging the welfare-to-work transition of low-income single mothers from the 1987 and 1988 panels of the national Survey Income and Program Participation

Reports & Papers

1995

Non-custodial parents' participation in their children's lives: Evidence from the Survey of Income and Program Participation [Executive summary]
United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation;

A summary of a study of the relationship between non-custodial parent involvement, children's well-being, child support, and custody arrangements, based on data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)

Executive Summary

1996

Changing social security benefits to reflect child care years: A policy proposal whose time has passed?
Iams, Howard M.; Sandell, Steven;

A draft report examining the policy debate of altering social security benefits based on an analysis of the Survey of Income and Program Participation

Reports & Papers

1994

Child-care expenditures and women's employment turnover
Maume, Jr., David J.;

An analysis of the child care costs and constraints on women’s employment using the 1985 Census Bureau’s Survey of Income and Program Participation

Reports & Papers

1991

The effect of child care costs on the employment and welfare recipiency of single mothers
Connelly, Rachel; Kimmel, Jean;

A study determining the effectiveness of child care assistance polices and the cost of child care for welfare recipients

Reports & Papers

2003

Marital status and full-time/part-time work status in child care choices: Changing the rules of the game
Connelly, Rachel; Kimmel, Jean;

Econometric models of marital status and full-time and part-time work status on child care choices, utilizing the Survey of Income and Program Participation

Reports & Papers

2000

Child care and mothers' employment decisions
Anderson, Patricia M.; Levine, Phillip B.;

A paper on the effects of child care costs on the employment decisions of mothers of varying skill levels

Reports & Papers

1999

My daddy takes care of me!: Fathers as care providers
Casper, Lynne;

An examination of fathers’ involvement in providing child care, focusing on characteristics of fathers who care for their children during mothers’ working hours, based on data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)

Reports & Papers

1997

A structural model of labor supply and child care demand
Michalopoulos, Charles; Robins, Philip K.; Garfinkel, Irwin;

A study evaluating an experimental, structural model of labor supply and child care demand to determine the potential effects of a refundable child care tax credit

Reports & Papers

1992