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Child Psychology & Adult Economics

Edited by Bryce Christensen
©1989,  “Day Care: Changing Incentives”
by James R. Walker,  assistant professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, p8
9

Corporate incentives for offering child-care benefits appear to be small to nonexistent. Employers wish to avoid the development of costly benefits that appeal to a relatively small number of workers.
Category = Economics



 

Day Care
Child Psychology & Adult Economics

Edited by Bryce Christensen
©1989,
"The Economics of Day Care Legislation: A Public Choice Perspective"
Deborah Walker, assistant professor of economics at Loyola University (New Orleans, LA), p102

Other individuals and/or institutions in favor of (pro-daycare legislation) include Head Start agencies, public agencies that provide social services or human resources, heads of local education agencies, and heads of resource, information, and referral agencies. The reason behind their support...is clear. (This legislation) would increase the demand for their services and/or increase the size of their budgets.
...a bureaucrat's utility depends upon the size of his or her total budget [the use of which can then go to a number of things including salary, perks, regulation, power, etc.].
Category = Politics

Day Care
Child Psychology & Adult Economics

Edited by Bryce Christensen
©1989,
"The Economics of Day Care Legislation: A Public Choice Perspective"
Deborah Walker, p107

The Losers
As stated earlier, clearly taxpayers will pay a great deal for (pro-daycare) legislation. The actual amount is impossible to determine. Those that use government-supported child-care services will be subsidized by those that do not.
Category = Politics
 

 

Day Care
Child Psychology & Adult Economics

Edited by Bryce Christensen
©1989,
Discussion, "The Economics of Day Care”, p125

(Robert) Rector* feared the consequences for that future if children were increasingly placed in institutional settings such as day care. (He said) "I can't think of a more stultifying** way to raise children."
*policy analyst for The Heritage Foundation)
**
stultifying = to impair, invalidate, or reduce to futility
Category = Development

Day Care
Child Psychology & Adult Economics

Edited by Bryce Christensen
©1989,
Discussion, "The Economics of Day Care”,
p128

Rector said he had predicted that... (welfare) reform would be used as a pretext for building government day-care centers that would actually be used by working and middle-class households. The speed with which his prediction had been fulfilled astonished him.
Category = Politics
 

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