NPC Working Papers

Displaying publications matching keyword: Food Assistance Programs and Food Security

[remove filter]

Rising Extreme Poverty in the United States and the Response of Federal Means-Tested Transfer Programs H. Luke Shaefer, University of Michigan and Kathryn Edin, Harvard University (2013-6)

Promoting Economic Security among Low Income Families in the United States: The Effects of Food Stamps on Labor Supply, Income and Poverty Udaya R. Wagle, Western Michigan University (2012-17)

The Role of Advertising in the Growth of the SNAP Caseload Stacy Dickert-Conlin, Michigan State University; Katie Fitzpatrick, Seattle University; Laura Tiehen, United States Department of Agriculture (2012-7)

Low Income Families' Utilization of the Federal "Safety Net": Individual and State-Level Predictors of TANF and Food Stamp Receipt Kelly M. Purtell and Elizabeth T. Gershoff, University of Texas at Austin and J. Lawrence Aber, New York University (2012-4)

The Effects of Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on the Material Hardship of Low-Income Families with Children H. Luke Shaefer and Italo Gutierrez, University of Michigan. (2011-18)

Partially Identifying the Impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on Food Insecurity among Children: Addressing Endogeneity and Misreporting Using the SIPP Craig Gunderson, University of Illinois, Brent Kreider, Iowa State University, and John Pepper, University of Virginia (2011-3)

Organizations and Exclusion: An Inquiry Into Bureaucratic Proceduralism. Evelyn Z. Brodkin, Malay Majmundar. (2008-05)

Did the Introduction of Food Stamps Affect Birth Outcomes in California? Janet Currie, Columbia University; Enrico Moretti, University of California, Berkeley. (2006-20)

Measuring the Extent and Depth of Food Insecurity: An Application to American Indians in the United States Craig Gundersen, Iowa State University. (2006-02)

Narrowing the Food Insecurity Gap Between Food Stamp Participants and Eligible Non-Participants: The Role of State Policies. Craig Gundersen, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University. Dean Jolliffe, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. Laura Tiehen, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. (2004-14)

Food Stamps and the Elderly: Why is Participation So Low? Steven J. Haider, Department of Economics, Michigan State University. Robert F. Schoeni, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Alison Jacknowitz, RAND Graduate School. (2003-02)