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Volume 38, issue 1, 2019

Immigration Enforcement and Children's Living Arrangements pp. 11-40 Downloads
Catalina Amuedo‐Dorantes and Esther Arenas‐Arroyo
How Restricted is the Job Mobility of Skilled Temporary Work Visa Holders? pp. 41-64 Downloads
Jennifer Hunt and Bin Xie
Housing Voucher Take‐Up and Labor Market Impacts pp. 65-98 Downloads
Eric Chyn, Joshua Hyman and Max Kapustin
The Effect of Lower Transaction Costs on Social Security Disability Insurance Application Rates and Participation pp. 99-123 Downloads
Andrew Foote, Michel Grosz and Stephanie Rennane
Salience, Food Security, and SNAP Receipt pp. 124-154 Downloads
Christian A. Gregory and Travis A. Smith
Did California Paid Family Leave Impact Infant Health? pp. 155-180 Downloads
Ariel Marek Pihl and Gaetano Basso
Mandatory Access Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Prescription Drug Abuse pp. 181-209 Downloads
Anca M. Grecu, Dhaval M. Dave and Henry Saffer
LONGEVITY‐RELATED OPTIONS FOR SOCIAL SECURITY: A MICROSIMULATION APPROACH TO RETIREMENT AGE AND MORTALITY ADJUSTMENTS pp. 210-238 Downloads
Gayle L. Reznik, Kenneth A. Couch, Christopher R. Tamborini and Howard M. Iams
DYNAMIC SCORING OF TAX REFORMS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION pp. 239-262 Downloads
Salvador Barrios, Mathias Dolls, Anamaria Maftei, Andreas Peichl, Sara Riscado, Janos Varga and Christian Wittneben
SHOULD THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW PROFESSIONAL SPORTS FACILITIES BE SUBSIDIZED? pp. 264-270 Downloads
Brad R. Humphreys
IS THERE A CASE FOR SUBSIDIZING SPORTS STADIUMS? pp. 271-277 Downloads
Victor Matheson
FACILITY SUBSIDIES REDUX pp. 277-279 Downloads
Brad R. Humphreys
RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR HUMPHREYS pp. 279-281 Downloads
Victor Matheson
CROSS‐COUNTRY LESSONS ABOUT FRACKING: A REVIEW OF THE SHALE DILEMMA1 The Shale Dilemma: A Global Perspective on Fracking and Shale Development, edited by Shanti Gamper‐Rabindran, Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018, 472 pp., $45.00, hardcover pp. 282-287 Downloads
Heather E. Campbell and Kristoffer E. Wikstrom

Volume 37, issue 4, 2018

Notes from the Editor pp. 700-701 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 702-705 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Does Spending More Get More? Health Care Delivery and Fiscal Implications From a Medicare Fee Bump pp. 706-731 Downloads
Alice J. Chen, Amy J. Graves, Matthew J. Resnick and Michael R. Richards
Homeowner Behavior, Health Status, and Medicaid Payment Eligibility: Evidence from the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 pp. 732-754 Downloads
Judith S. Ricks
Are There Hidden Costs Associated With Conducting Layoffs? The Impact of Reduction‐in‐Force and Layoff Notices on Teacher Effectiveness pp. 755-782 Downloads
Katharine O. Strunk, Dan Goldhaber, David S. Knight and Nate Brown
Impact of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program: Achievement Effects for Students in Upper Elementary and Middle School pp. 783-808 Downloads
R. Joseph Waddington and Mark Berends
The Effect of R&D Investment on Graduate Student Productivity: Evidence From the Life Sciences pp. 809-834 Downloads
Alexandra Graddy‐Reed, Lauren Lanahan and Nicole M. V. Ross
What Interventions Work Best for Families Who Experience Homelessness? Impact Estimates from the Family Options Study pp. 835-866 Downloads
Daniel Gubits, Marybeth Shinn, Michelle Wood, Scott R. Brown, Samuel R. Dastrup and Stephen H. Bell
IMPLEMENTATION OF EVIDENCE‐BASED PRACTICE IN HUMAN SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FROM AGENT‐BASED MODELS pp. 867-895 Downloads
Kenneth A. Frank, Ran Xu and William R. Penuel
CAN BENEFITS AND INCENTIVES PROMOTE WORK? pp. 896-896 Downloads
Theodore Joyce
CAN BENEFITS AND INCENTIVES PROMOTE WORK? pp. 897-903 Downloads
Lawrence M. Mead
CAN BENEFITS AND INCENTIVES PROMOTE WORK? pp. 903-911 Downloads
Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
ECONOMISM IS NOT ENOUGH pp. 911-913 Downloads
Lawrence M. Mead
EMPLOYMENT POLICIES SHOULD WORK WITH THE LABOR MARKET: A RESPONSE TO DR. MEAD pp. 914-916 Downloads
Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
MAKING SAFETY POLICY MORE EFFICIENT AND EQUITABLE. Pricing Lives: Guideposts for a Safer Society, by W. Kip Viscusi, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018, 280 pp., hardcover, $35.00 (list) pp. 917-920 Downloads
Thomas J. Kniesner

Volume 37, issue 3, 2018

Notes from the Editor pp. 458-459 Downloads
Kenneth A. Couch
The Incidental Fertility Effects of School Condom Distribution Programs pp. 464-492 Downloads
Kasey Buckles and Daniel Hungerman
Environmental Tax, Polluting Plants’ Strategies and Effectiveness: Evidence from China pp. 493-520 Downloads
Pan He and Bing Zhang
The Impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit on Household Finances pp. 521-545 Downloads
Lauren E. Jones and Katherine Michelmore
Are Reemployment Services Effective? Experimental Evidence from the Great Recession pp. 546-570 Downloads
Marios Michaelides and Peter Mueser
The Impact of Insurance Coverage on Utilization of Prescription Contraceptives: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act pp. 571-601 Downloads
Nora V. Becker
Effects of Financial Incentives on Saving Outcomes and Material Well†Being: Evidence From a Randomized Controlled Trial in Uganda pp. 602-629 Downloads
Julia Shu†Huah Wang, Fred M. Ssewamala, Torsten B. Neilands, Laura Gauer Bermudez, Irwin Garfinkel, Jane Waldfogel, Jeannie Brooks†Gunn and Jing You
What Levels of Racial Diversity Can Be Achieved with Socioeconomic†Based Affirmative Action? Evidence from a Simulation Model pp. 630-657 Downloads
Sean F. Reardon, Rachel Baker, Matt Kasman, Daniel Klasik and Joseph B. Townsend
THE EFFECT OF RECENT TAX CHANGES ON TAXABLE INCOME: CORRECTION AND UPDATE pp. 686-694 Downloads
Bradley T. Heim and Jacob A. Mortenson

Volume 37, issue 2, 2018

Notes from the Editor pp. 206-206 Downloads
Kenneth A. Couch
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 207-210 Downloads
Kenneth A. Couch
Presidential Address: “A Thousand Petty Fortresses”: Administrative Burden in U.S. Immigration Policies and Its Consequences pp. 211-239 Downloads
Carolyn Heinrich
Who Benefits from Targeted Property Tax Relief? Evidence from Virginia Elections pp. 240-264 Downloads
Jeremy Moulton, Bennie D. Waller and Scott A. Wentland
The Impact of Providing Vision Screening and Free Eyeglasses on Academic Outcomes: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Title I Elementary Schools in Florida pp. 265-300 Downloads
Paul Glewwe, Kristine L. West and Jongwook Lee
The Effects of Federal Adoption Incentive Awards for Older Children on Adoptions From U.S. Foster Care pp. 301-330 Downloads
Margaret E. Brehm
Paying for Happiness: Experimental Results from a Large Cash Transfer Program in Malawi pp. 331-356 Downloads
Kelly Kilburn, Sudhanshu Handa, Gustavo Angeles, Maxton Tsoka and Peter Mvula
Crowd‐Out or Affordability? The Lifeline Expansion's Effect on Wireless Service Spending pp. 357-383 Downloads
Thomas S. Conkling
Special Education Financing and ADHD Medications: A Bitter Pill to Swallow pp. 384-402 Downloads
Melinda Morrill
THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL VALIDITY OF THE REGRESSION DISCONTINUITY DESIGN: A META‐ANALYSIS OF 15 WITHIN‐STUDY COMPARISONS pp. 403-429 Downloads
Duncan D. Chaplin, Thomas D. Cook, Jelena Zurovac, Jared S. Coopersmith, Mariel M. Finucane, Lauren N. Vollmer and Rebecca E. Morris
PERSPECTIVES ON THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND RESPONSES pp. 430-430 Downloads
Theodore Joyce
ENDING THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC REQUIRES A HISTORIC INVESTMENT IN MEDICATION‐ASSISTED TREATMENT pp. 431-438 Downloads
Brendan Saloner and Colleen L. Barry
A SUPPLY‐SIDE PERSPECTIVE ON THE OPIOID CRISIS pp. 438-446 Downloads
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula and David Powell
RESPONSE TO PACULA AND POWELL: INVESTING IN HARM REDUCTION AND ALTERNATIVES TO COERCED TREATMENT pp. 446-449 Downloads
Brendan Saloner and Colleen L. Barry
RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS ON POLICING AND INSURANCE BENEFIT DESIGN AS THEY PERTAIN TO THE OPIOID CRISIS pp. 449-451 Downloads
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula and David Powell

Volume 37, issue 1, 2018

Notes from the Editor pp. 5-5 Downloads
Kenneth A. Couch
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 6-9 Downloads
Kenneth A. Couch
Paid Family Leave, Fathers’ Leave†Taking, and Leave†Sharing in Dual†Earner Households pp. 10-37 Downloads
Ann P. Bartel, Maya Rossin†Slater, Christopher Ruhm, Jenna Stearns and Jane Waldfogel
Does Paid Family Leave Reduce Nursing Home Use? The California Experience pp. 38-62 Downloads
Kanika Arora and Douglas A. Wolf
The Effects of Tulsa's Pre†K Program on Middle School Student Performance pp. 63-87 Downloads
William T. Gormley,, Deborah Phillips and Sara Anderson
Breaking Habits: The Effect of the French Vending Machine Ban on School Snacking and Sugar Intakes pp. 88-111 Downloads
Sara Capacci, Mario Mazzocchi and Bhavani Shankar
The Impact of Incentives to Recruit and Retain Teachers in “Hard†to†Staff†Subjects pp. 112-135 Downloads
Li Feng and Tim R. Sass
Can Financial Aid Help to Address the Growing Need for STEM Education? The Effects of Need†Based Grants on the Completion of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Courses and Degrees pp. 136-166 Downloads
Benjamin L. Castleman, Bridget Long and Zachary Mabel
Using Preferred Applicant Random Assignment (PARA) to Reduce Randomization Bias in Randomized Trials of Discretionary Programs pp. 167-180 Downloads
Robert B. Olsen, Stephen H. Bell and Austin Nichols
HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM IN THE USA—WHAT, HOW, AND WHY? pp. 181-181 Downloads
Theodore Joyce
IT IS TIME FOR UNIVERSAL COVERAGE WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK pp. 182-188 Downloads
Dana P. Goldman and Kip Hagopian
HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM IN THE UNITED STATES—WHAT, HOW, AND WHY? pp. 188-195 Downloads
Adam Gaffney
MEDICARE†FOR†ALL: NOT OUR ONLY OPTION FOR UNIVERSAL COVERAGE pp. 195-198 Downloads
Dana P. Goldman and Kip Hagopian
UNIVERSAL UNDERINSURANCE IS NOT THE SAME AS UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE pp. 198-201 Downloads
Adam Gaffney
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