Review: Social Science Research and Policy
James Heckman and
Journal of Human Resources, 1990, vol. 25, issue 2, 275-311
This paper is an exploratory attempt to view the role that social experiments in general, and the income maintenance experiments and work/welfare demonstrations in particular, have played in the policy process through the lens provided by the knowledge ...
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