September 8, Seminar: Evidence-Based Corrections, Cecelia Klingele.
In this webinar, Rourke O'Brien and Atheendar Venkataramani will examine the interplay between health and economic opportunity and discuss the implications of this nexus for public policy.
This new research brief examines an analysis of incarceration and child protective services involvement using a unique longitudinal data system of linked administrative data.
In IRP's August 2016 podcast, Scott Allard discusses his new research on the growth of suburban poverty in the United States and the resource challenges this can create for suburban municipalities and social service providers.
Daniel Meyer explains why Wisconsin's Child Support Demonstration Evaluation is still influencing policy a decade later.
Using the poverty measure devised for the state, researchers show that Wisconsin's safety net improved the lives of children.
The articles in this issue all examine the topic of incarceration, and how it affects prisoners and their families, both during and after incarceration.