Maternal employment statistics

Maternal employment, time use, and overweight children: A ...

Our finding of a causal effect of maternal employment on child health is similar to other research on the topic (e.g., Anderson, 2003; Ziol-Guest et al. 2012, Datar et al. 2014). The novelty of our paper is to use as exogenous variation a new and growing trend in states, which is to make marijuana sales legal.

June 25th,2019

Maternal employment, time use, and overweight children: A ...

Our finding of a causal effect of maternal employment on child health is similar to other research on the topic (e.g., Anderson, 2003; Ziol-Guest et al. 2012, Datar et al. 2014). The novelty of our paper is to use as exogenous variation a new and growing trend in states, which is to make marijuana sales legal.

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June 25th,2019

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT …

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT RATE AND SOCIAL INCENTIVES IN OECD COUNTRIES A Thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Georgetown University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Public Policy in Public Policy. By Akif Boyacioglu, B.A. April 15, 2016

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June 25th,2019

The Effects of Early Maternal Employment on Child ...

the effects of early maternal employment of child outcomes. 2.1 What are the effects of early maternal employme nt on child outcomes? The most basic question that is addressed by all studies of this type is whether we can identify any significant effect of early maternal employment on child outcomes. To this end, most

www.bristol.ac.uk/media-library/sites/cmpo/migrated/documents/wp70.pdf
June 25th,2019

MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT, BREASTFEEDING, AND HEALTH …

Maternal employment, breastfeeding, and health: Evidence from maternity leave mandates Michael Baker and Kevin S. Milligan NBER Working Paper No. 13188 June 2007 JEL No. I18,J13 ABSTRACT Public health agencies around the world have renewed efforts to …

www.nber.org/papers/w13188.pdf
June 25th,2019

The Irrelevance of Subsidized Child Care for Maternal ...

The strong correlation between child care and maternal employ-ment have led researchers and policymakers alike to conclude that subsidized and readily available child care is a driving force both of cross-country differences in maternal employment and of its dramatic growth over the last decades. However, child care and maternal em-

conference.iza.org/conference_files/pada2009/havnes_t5153.pdf
June 25th,2019

The Effect of Maternal Employment on Children’s School ...

Maternal employment in Denmark is among the highest in the OECD; among mothers of children aged 1-3 employment increased from 70% in 2002 to 80% in 2002, and from 76% to 82% for mothers of children aged 4-6 (Statistics Denmark, 2011). In contrast, while rates of maternal employment in the U.S. have increased dramatically in recent decades, they ...

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June 25th,2019

MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT AND CHILDREN'S …

of Labor Statistics reported that 49.4% of married women with children less than a year old were employed outside the home (Hayghe, 1986). This figure is up from 39% in 1980 and more than double the rate in ... suggested that maternal employment has a different effect on sons than

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June 25th,2019

Money for Nothing? Universal Child Care and Maternal ...

Money for Nothing? Universal Child Care and Maternal Employment The strong correlation between child care and maternal employment rates has led previous research to conclude that affordable and readily available child care is a driving force both of cross-country differences in maternal employment and of its rapid growth over the last decades.

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June 25th,2019

Maternal Employment, Quality Time And Children Outcomes

MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT, QUALITY TIME AND CHILDREN OUTCOMES by AHLAM EL YAMAN DISSERTATION Submitted to the Graduate School of Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSPOHY 2017 MAJOR: ECONOMICS Approved By: Advisor Date

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June 25th,2019

The Effects of Maternal Employment on Childhood Obesity …

The idea that the effect of maternal employment on childhood obesity could vary among mothers with different education levels is well-illustrated in a figure from Fertig et al. (2006) (See Figure 1). The economic model used in Fertig et al.’s study of maternal employment and

fragilefamilies.princeton.edu/sites/fragilefamilies/files/wp08-13-ff.pdf
June 25th,2019

Effects of Maternal Job Quality on Children's Reading ...

EFFECTS OF MATERNAL JOB QUALITY ON CHILDREN’S READING ACHIEVEMENT SEPTEMBER 2008 AYSE YETIS-BAYRAKTAR, B.A., KOC UNIVERSITY M.A., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Directed by: Professor Michelle J. Budig I explore the relationship between quality of maternal employment and children’s reading

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June 25th,2019

DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT, CHILD …

Didem Pekkurnaz: Dynamic Analysis of Maternal Employment, Child Care, Quality and Early Childhood Development (Under the direction of David Guilkey) This dissertation analyzes the effects of maternal employment and non-parental child care on early childhood developmental outcomes (i.e., health, cognitive achievement and behavioral problems).

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June 25th,2019

Maternal Employment PAA

estimate a structural model of mothers’ employment, migration (and hence school) choice, and child outcomes. They also find a negative effect of maternal employment on the cognitive development of children aged 5-15. Bernal (2005) estimates a structural model of employment for married mothers and

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