qDavid Blau has chosen seven economists to write chapters that review the emerging economic literature on the supply of child care, parental demand for care, child care cost and quality, and to discuss the implications of these analyses for public policy. The book succeeds in presenting that research in understandable terms to policy makers and serves economists as a useful review of the child care literature....provides an excellent case study of the value of economic analysis of public policy issues.q aArleen Leibowitz, Journal of Economic Literature qThere is no doubt this is a timely book....The authors of this volume have succeeded in presenting the economic material in a nontechnical manner that makes this book an excellent introduction to the role of economics in public policy analysis, and specifically child care policy....the most comprehensive introduction currently available.q aCori Rattelman, Industrial and Labor Relations ReviewProsser, William R. 1986. aquot;Day Care Centers 1976-1984: Has Supply Kept up with Demand?aquot; Technical Analysis Paper. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, May. Robins, Philip K. 1988. aquot;Federal Support for Child Care: Currentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Economics of Child Care|
|Author||:||David M. Blau|
|Publisher||:||Russell Sage Foundation - 1991-09-19|