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Applications of demand estimation to the child care market

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This dissertation includes the following three studies that used Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program administrative data, licensing administrative data, and QRIS administrative data: "Who Benefits From Child Care Quality Ratings," which analyzes the effects of Minnesota's ParentAware ratings on child care providers and consumers; "How Far Will They Go?", which addresses the importance of distance in: determining child care choice, assessing child care policy interventions, and racial differences in the use of family child care; and "Fewer Options or More Substitution?", which describes the impact of decreased family child care availability on subsidy recipients.

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United States
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Minnesota

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