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      • Microfilm. Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago, Joseph Regenstein Library, Dept. of Photoduplication, 1976. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.Bibliography: leaves 170-175.Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1976.

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        Paginationxvi, 68 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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As discussed in the last section, one the most salient components of last year's welfare reform proposals was to encourage mothers receiving public assistance to make the transition to work. These areas, like Chandigarh, or Lakshadweep or the capital city of Delhi, are called Union Territories. explore the historical evolution of federalism• Higher child care costs are associated with lower levels of women's employment Hotz and Kilburn, 1995; Ribar, 1992; Blau and Robins, 1988; Leibowitz, Klerman, and Waite, 1992.

Agreement to live together is also an important aspect to this system. While certain governmental powers were expressly enumerated for the national government, the U.

Chapter 2: Federalism

In terms of elected officials, professionalism is reflected in the level of knowledge, experience and personal and administrative staff support available. Control has been ebbing because of the imposition of unfunded federal mandates, which states and localities must pay for, and because of the growth in entitlement program costs.

To prevent this, states will be reluctant to increase benefit levels and, instead, may begin a competitive "spiral to the bottom. allow some use of vouchers for training. When policy failure results, constituents often want to know why things are either not being accomplished or not being managed in a manner reflecting their preferences. A recent study by Child Trends forthcoming finds that welfare homes provide little cognitive stimulation and emotional support to children.

Despite a large literature on the effect of child care on women's work and the effect of AFDC on single women's labor force participation, only a few studies have examined the impact on maternal LFP of child care programs geared to assist low-income single mothers, such as AFDC disregard for child care costs and public-provided child care places.