In this podcast, Tim Beatty talks about the effects of a sudden increase in the SNAP program benefit and whether the labels we give to public benefit programs matter when it comes to how people spend their money.
In this webinar, James Guszcza and Justin Sydnor will explore how data science and behavioral science can be applied together to help build better poverty-related policies.
Two new Poverty Fact Sheets explore research and policy related to Wisconsin poverty as estimated by three different measures and the major factors that influence poverty among families.
IRP weekly seminars meet on Thursdays from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in room 8417 Social Science Building (unless otherwise noted), and are open to the public.
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 this webinar, Rourke O'Brien and Atheendar Venkataramani examine the interplay between health and economic opportunity and discuss the implications of this nexus for public policy.
Daniel Meyer explains why Wisconsin's Child Support Demonstration Evaluation is still influencing policy a decade later.
The articles in this issue all examine the topic of incarceration, and how it affects prisoners and their families, both during and after incarceration.