Replication data for: The Impact of Regulations on the Supply and Quality of Care in Child Care Markets

Mo Xiao & V. Joseph Hotz
We examine the impact of state child care regulations on the supply and quality of care in child care markets. We exploit panel data on both individual establishments and local markets to control for state, time, and, where possible, establishment-specific fixed effects to mitigate the potential bias due to policy endogeneity. We find that the imposition of regulations reduces the number of center-based child care establishments, especially in lower income markets. However, such regulations increase...
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