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Benefits for children: a four-country study

Due to be published in December 2000, this international study examines and compares how four countries - Australia, Canada, the UK and the US - administer benefits for children. Separate reports look in detail at each country.

Written by:
Ken Battle, Jane Millar, Michael Mendelson, Daniel Meyer and Peter Whiteford
Date published:

These reports have been carefully designed, through extensive liaison among their authors co-ordinated by Michael Mendelson for the Caledon Institute, to report the complex system of each country in a common framework allowing for comparative analysis.

A separate study, Reforming children's benefits, looks particularly at the implications for current policy reform in the UK.

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