Poverty Research Insights, Fall 2005

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Why did poverty rise in 2004? A preliminary analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau’s poverty report. Brian C. Cadena and James M. Sallee, University of Michigan (p.1)

Poverty and low-wage work 40 years after the declaration of the war on poverty. Sheldon Danziger, University of Michigan (p.3)

Promoting Work in Public Housing: The Effectiveness of Jobs-Plus. Howard S. Bloom, James A. Riccio, and Nandita Verma, with Johanna Walter, MDRC (p.6)

Call for applications: NPC Visiting Scholar Program (p.11)

RFP: Poverty Research Grants (p.12)

Call for papers: NPC/USDA conf. (p.12)


Poverty Research Insights

A newsletter featuring recent research findings on poverty and policy from the National Poverty Center

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