Replication data for: To Work or Not to Work? Child Development and Maternal Labor Supply

Michael A. Shields, Paul Frijters, Manisha Shah & David W. Johnston
We estimate the effect of early child development on maternal labor force participation. Mothers of poorly developing children may remain at home to care for their children. Alternatively, mothers may enter the labor force to pay for additional educational and health resources. Which action dominates is the empirical question we answer in this paper. We control for the potential endogeneity of child development by using an instrumental variables approach, uniquely exploiting exogenous variation in child...
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