The cost of children
"The cost of children" - overview and summary
Categories of expenditure on children
Results from the "Small Fortunes" research
Results from the Family Budget Unit
Results from "The Costs of Children and the Welfare State"
Results from "Measuring the Cost of Children: Estimates for Britain"
Results from "1999-2000 Family Expenditure Survey"
Results from "Pregnancy & birth" magazine, March 2001
What the government is prepared to pay for children in benefits & tax credits
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The cost of children in other nations
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The cost of children in other nations

The Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD) is one of Canada's most authoritative voices promoting better social and economic security for all Canadians. A national, self-supporting, non-profit organization, the CCSD's main product is information and its main activity is research, focussing on concerns such as income security, employment, poverty, child welfare, pensions and government social policies. Here are their "cost of children" estimates.

Project for the Improvement of Child Support Litigation Technology
Roger F. Gay, MSc

The Child Support Guideline Problem
Roger F. Gay, MSc and Gregory J. Palumbo, Ph.D

A Brief History Of Prevailing Child Support Doctrine
Roger F. Gay, MSc

Une évaluation du coût direct de l'enfant de 1979 à 1989
(An Estimated of a Child's Direct Cost from 1979 to 1989)

Costs of Children in Australia

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