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The Welfare Reforms of the 1990s and the Stratification of Material Well-Being among Low-Income Households with Children H. Luke Shaefer, University of Michigan and Marci Ybarra, University of Chicago (2012-12)

Troubling Times: The Declining Economic Status of Michigan Relative to the Rest of the United States, High School Graduates Relative to College Graduates and Men Relative to Women Sheldon H. Danziger and Reynolds Farley, University of Michigan (2010-7)

Making the 1996 Welfare Reform Work: The Promise of a Job Anthony J. Mallon, Virginia Commonwealth University and Guy V.G. Stevens, Federal Reserve Board (ret.) (2010-3)

The Supplemental Security Income Program and Material Hardship after the 1996 Welfare Reform Lucie Schmidt, Williams College and Sheldon Danziger, University of Michigan (2009-09)

Implementation of 'Within My Reach:' Providing a Relationship Awareness and Communications Skills Program to TANF Recipients in Oklahoma Anne Sparks (2008-11)

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

Deciding to Discipline: A Multi-Method Study of Race, Choice, and Punishment at the Frontlines of Welfare Reform. Sanford F. Schram, Joe Soss, Richard C. Fording, and Linda Houser. (2007-33)

Does welfare reform affect fertility? Evidence from the UK. Mike Brewer, Anita Ratcliffe, Sarah Smith. (2007-32)

Work after Welfare Reform and the Well-being of Children. Rucker C. Johnson, Ariel Kalil, and Rachel E. Dunifon. (2007-26)

What We Know, What We Donít Know, and What We Need to Know about Welfare Reform. Rebecca M. Blank, University of Michigan. (2007-19)

The Changing Face of Welfare during the Bush Administration. Scott W. Allard, Brown University. (2007-18)

Marriage Patterns among Unwed Mothers: Before and After PRWORA. Deborah Roempke Graefe, Pennsylvania State University and Daniel T. Lichter, Cornell University. (2007-13)

Welfare Reform and Indirect Impacts on Health. Marianne P. Bitler, Public Policy Institute of California, and Hilary W. Hoynes, University of California, Davis and NBER (2006-40)

The Effects of Welfare and Child Support Policies on Maternal Health and Wellbeing Jean Knab, Princeton University; Irv Garfinkel, Columbia University; Sara McLanahan, Princeton University. (2006-28)

Welfare Reform and Family Expenditures: How are Single Mothers Adapting to the New Welfare and Work Regime? Neeraj Kaushal, Columbia University; Qin Gao, Fordham University; Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University (2006-07)

State Spending on Social Assistance Programs Over the Business Cycle. Therese J. McGuire, Northwestern University; David F. Merriman, Loyola University Chicago. (2005-15)

The Macroeconomy and Determinants of the Earnings of Less-Skilled Workers Robert E. Hall, Hoover Institution and Department of Economics, Stanford University, National Bureau of Economic Research. (2005-14)

Temporary Agency Employment as a Way out of Poverty? David Autor, MIT Department of Economics and NBER; Susan Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. (2005-13)

Did Welfare Reform Differentially Influence the Fertility of Young Teens? Assessing the Success of the "Living Arrangement Rule" and the "Stay-in-School Rule." Leonard M. Lopoo, Department of Public Administration, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University; Thomas DeLeire, Congressional Budget Office. (2005-08)

Welfare Reform, Saving, and Vehicle Ownership: Do Asset Limits and Vehicle Exemptions Matter? James X. Sullivan, University of Michigan. (2005-07)

Maternal Working Conditions and Child Well-Being in Welfare-leaving Families. Rachel Dunifon, Ph.D., Department of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University; Ariel Kalil, Ph.D., Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago. (2005-05)

The Material Well-Being of Single Mother Households in the 1980s and 1990s: What Can We Learn from Food Spending? Thomas DeLeire, Michigan State University. Helen Levy, University of Michigan. (2005-01)

Why did the Welfare Caseload Decline? Caroline Danielson, Welfare Policy Research Project, University of California. Jacob Alex Klerman, RAND. (2004-12)

Watching the Clock Tick: Factors Associated with TANF Accumulation. Kristin S. Seefeldt, Research Investigator, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Sean M. Orzol, Research Analyst, Mathematica Policy Research. (2004-09)

Welfare Reform and Children's Living Arrangements. Marianne P. Bitler, RAND Corporation. Jonah B. Gelbach, University of Maryland. Hilary W. Hoynes, University of California, Davis and NBER. (2004-04)

What Mean Impacts Miss: Distributional Effects of Welfare Reform Experiments. Marianne P. Bitler, RAND Corporation and IZA. Jonah B. Gelbach, University of Maryland. Hilary W. Hoynes, University of California , Davis and NBER. (2004-03)

Single Mother Work And Poverty Under Welfare Reform: Are Policy Impacts Different In Rural Areas? Bruce Weber, Oregon State University. Mark Edwards, Oregon State University. Greg Duncan, Northwestern University. (2003-07)

Welfare Work Requirements and Child Well-Being: Evidence From the Effects on Breastfeeding). Steven J. Haider, Department of Economics, Michigan State University. Alison Jacknowitz, RAND Graduate School. Robert F. Schoeni, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. (2003-03)