Bibliography of Gary Income Maintenance Experiment (GIME)

  1. Greenberg, David, Moffitt, Robert, and Friedman, John. The effects of underreporting on the estimation of experimental effects on work effort: Evidence from the Gary income maintenance experiment. 1980. iii, 28 pp. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Technical Analysis Paper No.19.

  2. Horner, David L. A life cycle, human capital model of the labor supply response to negative income taxation: Evidence for black male family heads from the Gary experiment. 1977. 48 pp. Mathematica Policy Research. Working paper No. A-24.

  3. Hotz, V. Joseph and Metcalf, Charles E. Income maintenance and family consumption and wealth: An initial report on the Gary asset, debt, and expenditure data. 1977. 17 pp. Indiana University.

  4. Kehrer, Kenneth C., Bruml, Elise K., and Richardson, David N. The Gary income maintenance experiment: Design, administration, and data files. 1975. 69 pp. Indiana University.

  5. Kehrer, Kenneth C. and Moffitt, Robert A. The Gary income maintenance experiment: Initial findings report. Volume II: Initial labor supply findings. 1976. viii, 360 pp. Indiana University.

  6. Kehrer, Kenneth C. The Gary income maintenance experiment: Summary of initial findings. 1977. 91 pp. Indiana University.

  7. Kehrer, Kenneth C. Overview of the initial findings. 1977. 28 pp. Indiana University.

  8. McDonald, John F. and Stephenson, Stanley P. Jr. Income maintenance and the school-enrollment and labor-supply decisions of teenagers. 1977. 28 pp. Indiana University.

  9. Moffitt, Robert A. Labor supply, kinked budget constraints, and the negative income tax. 1977. 38 pp. Mathematica Policy Research. Working paper No. A-19.

  10. Shaw, Lois B. The subsidized child-care program. 1976. 36 pp. Indiana University.

  11. Shaw, Lois B., Kehrer, Kenneth C., McDonald, John F., and Moffitt, Robert A. Switching from AFDC to an NIT: Findings on the labor supply of female heads from the Gary experiment. 1977. 27 pp. Mathematica Policy Research. Working paper No. A-20.