Session 36:
Parental Employment, Time, and Child Care

Thursday, March 31
1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Rooms 407-409
Level 4

Chair: Harriet B. Presser, University of Maryland
Discussant: Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland

  1. Taking Time Away from “Smelling the Roses”: Where Do Mothers Raising Children with Disabilities Find the Time to Work?Peter D. Brandon, University of Massachusetts

  2. Market Mechanisms in the Formal Child Care Market: Why the Slow and Inconsistent Expansion in Supply?Carlena Cochi Ficano, Hartwick College

  3. The Second Shift: Parents' Labor Market Participation, Schedule Configurations and Allocation of Time to ChildrenIrina Paley, Brown University

  4. A Routine Juggling Act: Managing Child Care and EmploymentMargaret L. Usdansky, Syracuse University; Douglas A. Wolf, Syracuse University

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