|April 2017||The research seminar is held every Wednesday, 1.15 – 2.45 p.m., in room LG 0.423.
Exceptions: On 05/10/2017, 06/21/2017 and 07/12/2017 the event is held in room 4.154!
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Room LG 0.423
|Marie Paul, Universität Duisburg-Essen
This paper evaluates the impact of a massive expansion of after-school programs (ASPs) on the labor market participation of mothers with primary school children in the West German context of relatively low full-time employment rates. Using an instrumental variables approach we exploit regional and temporal variation in the provision of federal ASP starting grants by a nationwide investment program. Results suggest that additional ASP places had no eﬀect on working hours or the employment probability of mothers with primary school children.