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  • Diallo, M. (Eurochild, 2015)
    This report presents the results of the workshop “Building an economic case for a child-friendly justice” coorganized by Eurochild and the Embassy of France in Romania, with the participation of the International Juvenile ...
  • Pereira, S. M. P., Li, L., & Power, C. (Pediatrics, 2016)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Child maltreatment (abuse and neglect) has established effects on mental health. Less is known about its influence on adult economic circumstances. We aimed to establish associations of child ...
  • College of Human Environmental Sciences, University of Alabama (Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention The Children’s Trust Fund, 2015)
    This report presents the cost of child maltreatment (or child abuse and neglect) to the Alabama economy in 2013. Child abuse is defined by the Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act as any recent act or failure ...
  • The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences (Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, The Children's Trust Fund, 2020)
    A study conducted by The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences and The University of Alabama Center for Business and Economic Research in collaboration with the Department of Child Abuse and Neglect ...
  • Scarcella, C. A., Bess, R., Zielewski, E. H., & Green, R. (Urban Institute, 2006)
    This survey was the fifth in a series analyzing states' financing of child welfare activities. The methodology was the same as previous rounds of the survey. In April 2005, we mailed the survey to each state child welfare ...
  • National Children's Advocacy Center (National Children's Advocacy Center, 2015)
    This bibliography provides citations and abstracts to publications regarding costs associated with child sexual abuse, exploitation, and maltreatment. This bibliography is not comprehensive. This bibliography is arranged ...
  • Rovi, S., Chen, P. H., & Johnson, M. S. (American Journal of Public Health, 2004)
    Objectives. This study assessed the economic burden of child abuse–related hospitalizations. Methods. We compared inpatient stays coded with a diagnosis of child abuse or neglect with stays of other hospitalized children ...
  • National Children's Advocacy Center (National Children's Advocacy Center, 2016)
  • Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley. (Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley, 2017)
    By identifying and quantifying the extent of these costs and exploring the ways in which they ripple through our community, this report aims to: • Spark widespread discussion around the devastating long-term impact ...
  • DeVooght, K., Fletcher, M., & Cooper, H. (Child Trends, 2014)
    Key findings show some continued trends, but also reveal new and interesting spending patterns. Most notably, the data show an overall decline in expenditures by child welfare agencies in the U.S.—the first decline since ...
  • Henry, K. L., Fulco, C. J., & Merrick, M. T. (American Journal of Public Health, 2018)
    Objectives. To examine the effect of maltreatment during childhood on subsequent financial strain during adulthood and the extent to which this effect is mediated by adolescent depressive symptoms, adolescent substance ...
  • Wolke, Dieter ; Copeland, William E. ; Angold, Adrian ; Costello, E. Jane (Psychological Science, 2013)
    Bullying is a serious problem for schools, parents and public policy makers alike. While bullying creates risks of health and social problems in childhood, it is unclear if this risk extends into adulthood. A large cohort ...