Policy Lessons from Children's Allowances for Children's Savings Accounts

Curley, Jami; Sherraden, Michael
November 2000
Child Welfare;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p661
Academic Journal
This article examines the history and current structure of children's allowances around the world as well as the history of such allowances in the United States in an effort to provide the United States with a policy framework for children's savings accounts. The authors also provide policy direction for children's savings accounts.


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