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Early childhood education and care

Governance, equity, regulation, democratic practice, parents

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Seminar presentations: Social enterprise as a business model with primarily social objectives has received much attention of late as a potential engine of ...

cupe.ca/updir/Why_public_early_childhood_education_and_care....

Description: The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), along with its partner advocates, has long opposed privatization in child care. CUPE believes p ...

Description:The aim of this paper is to contribute to the debate on the most appropriate framework fordeveloping and sustaining a pan-Canadian early child ...

www.cpsa-acsp.ca/papers-2009/Findlay.pdf

Introduction:The concept of social capital has received enormous attention in the social sciences and beyond.Researchers have shown a particular interest i ...

childcarecanada.org//publications/occasional-paper-series/97...

Description:This paper traces the post-war development of child care services in Alberta in a historical context and details the power mechanisms employed ...

www.sociology.columbia.edu/pdf-files/marwell02.pdf

Abstract:A growing body of research has emerged on “mixed-form” markets—markets for goodsand services in which for-profit, nonprofit, and government ...

Abstract:This paper provides experimental estimates of the impact of a voucher for private care withinthe Nordic system of universal provision of public ca ...

www2.wu-wien.ac.at/espanet2007/14_Land_Hillary.pdf

Excerpt from introduction:In this paper we will discuss how the value placed on increasing ‘choice’ is a major factordetermining both childcare and eld ...

Abstract:This study compared community-governed nonprofit and for-profit primary care practices in New Zealand to test two hypotheses: (1) nonprofits reduc ...

Abstract:This article examines the emergence of privatized child care in Australia and the effortsof one trade union to organize previously unorganized chi ...

www.socialpolicy.ed.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/10166/...

Abstract:This article examines child care policies in three countries- France, Sweden, and the United States- to explore the links between labor markets an ...

Abstract:This paper uses a rich employer-employee matched data set to investigate the existence andthe extent of nonprofit and part-time wage and compensat ...

www.cpb.nl/eng/pub/cpbreeksen/memorandum/176/memo176.pdf

Description:This paper examines the impact of the introduction of market forces on the provision of childcare in the Netherlands. In January 2005, the Du ...

www.fraserinstitute.ca/admin/books/chapterfiles/Private%20Se...

Excerpts from article: "[The author argues that] government policies can lead to an inefficient allocation of resources within the licenced child care sec ...

www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/academics/political_science/documen...

Abstract:Although early childhood education and care provision (ECEC) is increasing in all the industrialized welfare states, institutional arrangements fo ...

www.uel.ac.uk/icmec/seminar/documents/EbrahimpresentationICM...

This seminar is the fourth in the ICMEC international seminar series 2007/2008. This seminar was organized in partnership with the Overseas Development Ins ...

Abstract:Day care for young children is provided in the United States by a wide range of individuals and organizations, both for-profit and nonprofit, publ ...

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