SOEPpapers 161, 7 S.
Annette Bergemann, Regina T. Riphahn
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We study the labor supply effects of a change in child-subsidy policy designed to both increase fertility and shorten birth-related employment interruptions. The reform yields most of the intended effects.
Topics: Gender, Family, Education, Labor and employment
JEL-Classification: J13;J21Keywords: female labor supply, fertility, child subsidy, parents money Frei zugängliche Version: (econstor)http://hdl.handle.net/10419/150708