Work-family policy and female entrepreneurship: Evidence from China's subsidized child care program
Qing Wang and
China Economic Review, 2019, vol. 54, issue C, 256-270
•In China, the child care reform significantly increases female entrepreneurship without influencing male entrepreneurship.•The child care reform is more important to opportunity-driven entrepreneurs.•Work-family policy helps close the gender gap in entrepreneurship.
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