IRP Discussion Papers - 1998

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The State of the Economy and the Problem of Poverty: Implications for the Success or Failure of Welfare Reform
[Abstract] [Full text: 200.5 KB]
Cain, G.G.
DP 1183-98. 1998. 44 pp.
Child Support and the Postdivorce Economic Well-Being of Mothers, Fathers, and Children
[Abstract] [Full text: 72 KB]
Bartfeld, J.
DP 1182-98. 1998. 37 pp.
Immigration Reform and the Earnings of Latino Workers: Do Employer Sanctions Cause Discrimination?
[Abstract] [Full text: 119 KB]
Bansak, C. and Raphael, S.
DP 1181-98. 1998. 36 pp.
Can Early Intervention Prevent High School Dropout? Evidence from the Chicago Child-Parent Centers
[Abstract] [Full text: 52 KB]
Temple, J.A., Reynolds, A.J., and Miedel, W.T.
DP 1180-98. 1998. 26 pp.
Evaluating Medicaid Managed Care through a Public-Private Partnership
[Abstract] [Full text: 48 KB]
Riportella-Muller, R.
DP 1179-98. 1998. 21 pp.
Consumer Perspectives on Medicaid Managed Care: Comparing Rural and Urban Enrollees
[Abstract] [Full text: 75.5 KB]
Riportella-Muller, R.
DP 1178-98. 1998. 34 pp.
Will Employers Hire Welfare Recipients? Recent Survey Evidence from Michigan
[Abstract] [Full text: 74.5 KB]
Holzer, H.J.
DP 1177-98. 1998. 42 pp.
Food Insecurity/Food Insufficiency: An Empirical Examination of Alternative Measures of Food Problems in Impoverished U.S. Households
[Abstract] [Full text: 132.5 KB]
Scott, R.I. and Wehler, C.A.
DP 1176-98. 1998. 65 pp.
Selection of a Joint-and-Survivor Pension
[Abstract] [Full text: 29 KB]
Holden, K.C. and Nicholson, S.
DP 1175-98. 1998. 13 pp.
The Effect of Labor Market Changes from the Early 1970s to the Late 1980s on Youth Wage, Earnings, and Household Economic Position
[Abstract] [Full text: 1.27 MB]
Haveman, R. and Knight, B.
DP 1174-98. 1998. 37 pp.
Wisconsin's W-2 Program: Welfare as We Might Come to Know It
[Abstract] [Full text: 99.5 KB]
Kaplan, T.
DP 1173-98. 1998. 45 pp.
Migration Patterns and the Growth of High-Poverty Neighborhoods, 1970-1990
[Abstract] [Full text: 109 KB]
Quillian, L.
DP 1172-98. 1998. 49 pp.
The "Inability to Be Self-Reliant" as an Indicator of Poverty: Trends in the United States, 1975-1995
[Abstract] [Full text: 109 KB]
Haveman, R. and Bershadker, A.
DP 1171-98. 1998. 38 pp.
Getting Jobs, Keeping Jobs, and Earning a Living Wage: Can Welfare Reform Work?
[Abstract] [Full text: 62.5 KB]
Kalil, A., Corcoran, M.E., Danziger, S.K., Tolman, R., Seefeldt, K.S., Rosen, D., and Nam, Y.
DP 1170-98. 1998. 32 pp.
What Does Affirmative Action Do?
[Abstract] [Full text: 140 KB]
Holzer, H.J. and Neumark, D.
DP 1169-98. 1998. 63 pp.
Disruptive Events during the High School Years and Educational Attainment
[Abstract] [Full text: 77 KB]
Bethke, L. and Sandefur, G.
DP 1168-98. 1998. 35 pp.
Grade Retention and School Performance: An Extended Investigation
[Abstract] [Full text: 67.5 KB]
McCoy, A.R. and Reynolds, A.J.
DP 1167-98. 1998. 35 pp.
The Twentieth Century Record of Inequality and Poverty in the United States
[Abstract] [Full text: 151.5 KB]
Plotnick, R.D., Smolensky, E., Evenhouse, E., and Reilly, S.
DP 1166-98. 1998. 67 pp.
Family Change and Early Sexual Initiation
[Abstract] [Full text: 202.5 KB]
Wu, L.L. and Thomson, E.
DP 1165-98. 1998. 38 pp.
The Decline of Welfare in Wisconsin
[Abstract] [Full text: 104 KB]
Mead, L.M.
DP 1164-98. 1998. 53 pp.
A Monthly Cycle in Food Expenditure and Intake by Participants in the U.S. Food Stamp Program
[Abstract] [Full text: 371 KB]
Wilde, P. and Ranney, C.
DP 1163-98 1998. 44 pp.
Black Applicants, Black Employees, and Urban Labor Market Policy
[Abstract] [Full text: 94 KB]
Holzer, Harry J.
DP 1162-98. 1998. 44 pp.
Do Attitudes and Personality Characteristics Affect Socioeconomic Outcomes? The Case of Welfare Use by Young Women
[Abstract] [Full text: 110.5 KB]
Plotnick, R., Klawitter, M., and Edwards, M.
DP 1161-98. 1998. 58 pp.
Are Suburban Firms More Likely to Discriminate Against African Americans?
[Abstract] [Full text: 178.5 KB]
Raphael, S., Stoll, M.A., and Holzer, H.J.
DP 1160-98. 1998. 39 pp.
Welfare to Work in the U.S.: A Model for Other Nations?
[Abstract] [Full text: 62.5 KB]
Haveman, R. and Wolfe, B.
DP 1159-98. 1998. 24 pp.
Poverty as a Public Health Issue: Poverty since the Kerner Commission Report of 1968
[Abstract] [Full text: 72.5 KB]
Sandefur, G., Martin, M., and Wells, T.
DP 1158-98. 1998. 34 pp.
Are Jobs Available for Disadvantaged Workers in Urban Areas?
[Abstract] [Full text: 115 KB]
Holzer, H.J. and Danziger, S.
DP 1157-98. 1998. 52 pp.
An Analysis of Sample Attrition in Panel Data: The Michigan Panel Study of Income Dynamics
[Abstract] [Full text: 274 KB]
Fitzgerald, J., Gottschalk, P., and Moffitt, R.
DP 1156-98. 1998. 75 pp.
Using a Model to Evaluate the Impact of Managed Care on Medicaid-Eligible Moms and Their Children in a Rural Population
[Abstract] [Full text: 38 KB]
Riportella-Muller, R.
DP 1155-98. 1998. 18 pp.
Asymmetric Policy Interaction among Subnational Governments: Do States Play Welfare Games?
[ Abstract] [Full text: 115 KB]
Figlio, D.N., Kolpin, V.W., and Reid, W.E.
DP 1154-98. 1998. 33 pp.