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Census.govPopulation Poverty - Experimental Measures Main Experimental Poverty Measures PublicationsWorking Papers and Conference Presentations: Arranged by Topic › Work-related Expenses and Child Care

Work-Related Expenses and Child Care

Work-related expenses in the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 1138k]
Ashley Edwards, Brian McKenzie, and Kathleen Short, U.S. Census Bureau (January 2014)

A Comparison of Child Support Paid from CPS and SIPP [PDF - 80k]
Timothy Grall, U.S. Census Bureau (January 2011)

Research on Commuting Expenditures for the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 44k]
Melanie Rapino, Brian McKenzie, and Mathew Marlay , U.S. Census Bureau (January 2011)

Child Care Costs in the Current Population Survey: A Comparison to SIPP [PDF - 69k]
Suzanne Macartney and Lynda Laughlin, U.S. Census Bureau (January 2011)

Poverty Measures That Take Account of Changing Living Arrangements and Childcare Expenses [PDF - 95k]
Kathleen Short, U.S. Census Bureau (July 2009)

Measuring the Impact of Child Care Expenses on Poverty [PDF - 64k]
John Iceland and David C. Ribar (March 2001)

Work-related Expenditures in a New Measure of Poverty
Kathleen Short, Martin Shea and T.J. Eller, U.S. Census Bureau (August 1996)


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