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Employment incentives for sole parents: technical report - January 2010

Over the period October 2004 to April 2007 the New Zealand government introduced substantial changes to in-work incentives and financial support for families with dependent children as part of the Working for Families (WFF) package. This report is a technical account of analyses into the impact of these changes on employment and benefit receipt outcomes for sole parents.

Employment incentives for sole parents: Labour market effects of changes to financial incentives and support: technical report

This document contains a number of data tables and complex mathematical formula used to describe the source data, methods of analysis and results of this research. An accessible HTML version of this report should be available by 1 April 2010. If you cannot access this report in its current format please email valmai.copeland@ird.govt.nz

 

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Date published: 26 Jan 2010

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