The expansion of low-cost, state-subsidised childcare availability and mothers’ return-to-work behaviour in East and West Germany
This study investigates whether increased availability of low-cost, state-subsidised childcare for under-three-year-olds in Germany is associated with shorter employment interruptions amongst mothers. By focusing on a major childcare reform in East and West Germany, we examine the effect in two cont...
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|Data of publication:||2019-10-17|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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