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Selection of geographic unit for market price study and maximum rate setting

This webinar describes the choices available to states in the selection of geographic units when studying child care market rates. It shares author research on price clusters. It describes current practices of states. Lastly, it discusses technical issues related to the choice of geographic units. Examples are given from a study of market rates in Minnesota.
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