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Volume 41, issue 4, 2022

Does Online Credit Recovery in High School Support or Stymie Later Labor Market Success? pp. 984-1011 Downloads
Carolyn J. Heinrich and Huiping Cheng
Veteran Educators or For‐Profiteers? Tuition Responses to Changes in the Post‐9/11 GI Bill pp. 1012-1039 Downloads
Matthew Baird, Michael S. Kofoed, Trey Miller and Jennie Wenger
Finishing the Last Lap: Experimental Evidence on Strategies to Increase Attainment for Students Near College Completion pp. 1040-1059 Downloads
Eric P. Bettinger, Benjamin L. Castleman, Alice Choe and Zachary Mabel
Health Care Following Environmental Disasters: Evidence from Flint pp. 1060-1089 Downloads
Shooshan Danagoulian, Daniel Grossman and David Slusky
Value‐Based Payments in Health Care: Evidence from a Nationwide Randomized Experiment in the Home Health Sector pp. 1090-1117 Downloads
Jun Li
Alcohol Price Floors and Externalities: The Case of Fatal Road Crashes pp. 1118-1156 Downloads
Marco Francesconi and Jonathan James
Standing in Cost‐Benefit Analysis: Where, Who, What (Counts)? pp. 1157-1176 Downloads
Anthony E. Boardman, David H. Greenberg, Aidan R. Vining and David L. Weimer
Estimating Monthly Poverty Rates in the United States pp. 1177-1203 Downloads
Zachary Parolin, Megan Curran, Jordan Matsudaira, Jane Waldfogel and Christopher Wimer
BAYESIAN INTERPRETATION OF CLUSTER‐ROBUST SUBGROUP IMPACT ESTIMATES: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS pp. 1204-1224 Downloads
Erin R. Lipman, John Deke and Mariel M. Finucane
USING STANDARDIZED TESTS FOR EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY: THE BAD IDEA THAT KEEPS ON GIVING NOTHING IN RETURN pp. 1226-1232 Downloads
Audrey Amrein‐Beardsley
WHAT SHOULD THE FUTURE OF EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY LOOK LIKE? pp. 1232-1239 Downloads
Brian Gill
“WHAT SHOULD THE FUTURE OF EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY LOOK LIKE?”: A RESPONSE TO BRIAN GILL pp. 1240-1242 Downloads
Audrey Amrein‐Beardsley
RESPONSE TO AUDREY AMREIN‐BEARDSLEY pp. 1242-1245 Downloads
Brian Gill
Beyond Polarization: Public Process and the Unlikely Story of California's Marine Protected Areas, by Steven Yaffee, Washington, DC: Island Press, 2020, 485 pp., $45.00 paperback pp. 1246-1250 Downloads
Jessica Geiger
Demystifying China's Innovation Machine: Chaotic Order, by Marina Zhang, Mark Dodgson, and David Gann. Oxford University Press, 2021, 304 pp., $50.00 hardcover pp. 1251-1255 Downloads
Karina Y. Kowarsch and Chasen Jeffries

Volume 41, issue 3, 2022

Presidential Address: Connecting the Dots: Turning Research Evidence into Evidence for Policymaking pp. 676-682 Downloads
Sherry Glied
The Impact of Felony Diversion in San Francisco pp. 683-709 Downloads
Elsa Augustine, Johanna Lacoe, Steven Raphael and Alissa Skog
The Effects of Youth Employment on Crime: Evidence from New York City Lotteries pp. 710-730 Downloads
Judd B. Kessler, Sarah Tahamont, Alexander Gelber and Adam Isen
Reducing Alcohol‐Related Violence with Bartenders: A Behavioral Field Experiment pp. 731-761 Downloads
Andrés Ham, Darío Maldonado, Michael Weintraub, Andrés Felipe Camacho and Daniela Gualtero
“Lights and Sirens”: Variation in 911 Call‐Taker Risk Appraisal and its Effects on Police Officer Perceptions at the Scene pp. 762-786 Downloads
Jessica W. Gillooly
Anti‐Bullying Laws and Suicidal Behaviors Among Teenagers pp. 787-823 Downloads
Daniel I. Rees, Joseph J. Sabia and Gokhan Kumpas
Mandatory Schooling of Girls Improved Their Children's Health: Evidence from Turkey's 1997 Education Reform pp. 824-858 Downloads
Bahadır Dursun, Resul Cesur and Inas R. Kelly
Quasi‐Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Expanding Cash Welfare pp. 859-890 Downloads
Matthew Freedman and Yoonjung Kim
DEFINING AND ASSESSING THE VALUE OF CANONICAL MIXED METHODS RESEARCH DESIGNS IN PUBLIC POLICY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION pp. 891-920 Downloads
Chelsea Richwine, Qian Eric Luo, Zoë Thorkildsen, Nicholas J. Chong, Rebecca Morris, Burt S. Barnow and Sanjay K. Pandey
AN ARGUMENT FOR UNIVERSAL PRESCHOOL AND CHILDCARE IN THE U.S pp. 922-929 Downloads
Jill E. Yavorsky and Leah Ruppanner
THE CASE FOR TARGETED PRESCHOOL AND CHILDCARE SUBSIDIES pp. 929-937 Downloads
David Blau
RESPONSE TO DAVID BLAU'S ESSAY pp. 937-940 Downloads
Jill E. Yavorsky and Leah Ruppanner
RESPONSE TO JILL YAVORSKY AND LEAH RUPPANNER pp. 940-943 Downloads
David Blau
The Costs of Completion: Student Success in Community College, by Robin G. Isserles, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021, 352 pp., $33(US), hardcover pp. 944-947 Downloads
Daniel Sparks
Governing Locally: Institutions, Policies, and Implementation in Indian Cities, by Babu Jacob and Suraj Jacob, Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 2022, 318 pp., $110, hardcover pp. 948-951 Downloads
Tanu Kumar

Volume 41, issue 2, 2022

Notes from the Editor pp. 388-388 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 389-393 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Do Physicians Warm Up to Higher Medicare Prices? Evidence from Alaska pp. 394-425 Downloads
Alice J. Chen, Elizabeth L. Munnich, Stephen T. Parente and Michael R. Richards
Salience and Timely Compliance: Evidence from Speeding Tickets pp. 426-449 Downloads
Libor Dusek, Nicolas Pardo and Christian Traxler
The Role of Government in the Market for Electric Vehicles: Evidence from China pp. 450-485 Downloads
Shanjun Li, Xianglei Zhu, Yiding Ma, Fan Zhang and Hui Zhou
In Harm's Way? The Effect of Disasters on the Magnitude and Location of Low‐Income Housing Tax Credit Allocations pp. 486-514 Downloads
Mark Brennan, Aditi Mehta and Justin Steil
Does Temporary Mortgage Assistance for Unemployed Homeowners Reduce Longer‐Term Mortgage Default? An Analysis of the Hardest Hit Fund Program pp. 515-551 Downloads
Stephanie Moulton, Yung Chun, Stephanie Casey Pierce, Roberto Quercia, Sarah Riley and Holly Holtzen
Do Carrots Work Better than Sticks? Results from the National Child Support Noncustodial Parent Employment Demonstration pp. 552-578 Downloads
Maria Cancian, Daniel R. Meyer and Robert G. Wood
Providing Government Assistance Online: A Field Experiment with the Unemployed pp. 579-602 Downloads
Guglielmo Briscese, Giulio Zanella and Veronica Quinn
Can Financial Incentives Help Disadvantaged Schools to Attract and Retain High‐Performing Teachers? Evidence from Chile pp. 603-631 Downloads
Gregory Elacqua, Diana Hincapie, Isabel Hincapie and Veronica Montalva
BETWEEN EPISTEMIC NECESSITY AND POLITICAL UTILITY: THE ROLE OF BASIC INCOME EXPERIMENTS pp. 633-639 Downloads
Bru Laín
THE CASE FOR BASIC INCOME EXPERIMENTS pp. 639-644 Downloads
Amy Castro and Stacia West
POLICY DETAILS AS A PLEA FOR BASIC INCOME EXPERIMENTS pp. 645-649 Downloads
Bru Laín
Turning Point: Policymaking in the Era of Artificial Intelligence, by Darrell M. West and John R. Allen, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2020, 297 pp., hardcover $24.99, paperback $19.99 pp. 650-653 Downloads
Victor Kilanko
Lessons from SSA Demonstrations for Disability Policy and Future Research, edited by Austin Nichols, Jeffrey Hemmeter, and Debra Goetz Engler, Rockville, MD: Abt Press, 2021, 510 pp., $23 (US), paperback pp. 653-658 Downloads
Laura R. Peck
Gender Equality and Public Policy: Measuring Progress in Europe, by PaolaProfeta, New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2020, 211 pp., $29.99 (US), paperback pp. 658-663 Downloads
Shawnika Johnson
AWARD GIVEN BY THE VERNON PRIZE COMMITTEE FOR VOLUME 40 OF JPAM pp. 664-664 Downloads
Thurston Domina, Deven Carlson, James Carter, Matthew Lenard, Andrew McEachin and Rachel Perera

Volume 41, issue 1, 2022

Notes from the Editor pp. 4-4 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 5-10 Downloads
Erdal Tekin
Consequences of Administrative Burden for Social Safety Nets that Support the Healthy Development of Children pp. 11-44 Downloads
Carolyn J. Heinrich, Sayil Camacho, Sarah Clark Henderson, Mónica Hernández and Ela Joshi
The Effect of Public Health Insurance on Criminal Recidivism pp. 45-91 Downloads
Erkmen Aslim, Murat C. Mungan, Carlos I. Navarro and Han Yu
High‐Skilled Immigration and the Labor Market: Evidence from the H‐1B Visa Program pp. 92-130 Downloads
Patrick Turner
Potential Race and Gender Biases in High‐Stakes Teacher Observations pp. 131-161 Downloads
Jason A. Grissom and Brendan Bartanen
Evaluating Education Governance: Does State Takeover of School Districts Affect Student Achievement? pp. 162-192 Downloads
Beth E. Schueler and Joshua F. Bleiberg
The Trade‐Off Between Work and Education: Evidence from Public Transportation Penetration to Arab Towns in Israel pp. 193-225 Downloads
Aamer Abu‐Qarn and Shirlee Lichtman‐Sadot
Skipping the Bag: The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Disposable Bag Regulation pp. 226-251 Downloads
Tatiana Homonoff, Lee‐Sien Kao, Javiera Selman and Christina Seybolt
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL VALIDITY OF THE COMPARATIVE INTERRUPTED TIME‐SERIES DESIGN: A META‐ANALYSIS pp. 252-277 Downloads
Jared Coopersmith, Thomas D. Cook, Jelena Zurovac, Duncan Chaplin and Lauren V. Forrow
DETERMINANTS OF SMALL BUSINESS REOPENING DECISIONS AFTER COVID RESTRICTIONS WERE LIFTED pp. 278-317 Downloads
Dylan Balla‐Elliott, Zoë B. Cullen, Edward L. Glaeser, Michael Luca and Christopher Stanton
TO WHAT EXTENT DOES IN‐PERSON SCHOOLING CONTRIBUTE TO THE SPREAD OF COVID‐19? EVIDENCE FROM MICHIGAN AND WASHINGTON pp. 318-349 Downloads
Dan Goldhaber, Scott A. Imberman, Katharine O. Strunk, Bryant G. Hopkins, Nate Brown, Erica Harbatkin and Tara Kilbride
PROVIDING FREE SCHOOL MEALS TO WEALTHY STUDENTS DOES NOT HELP CHILDREN IN NEED pp. 351-357 Downloads
Jonathan Butcher
FREE SCHOOL MEALS FOR ALL IS THE KEY TO SUPPORTING EDUCATION AND HEALTH OUTCOMES pp. 358-364 Downloads
Crystal FitzSimons
RESPONSE TO CRYSTAL FITZSIMONS’ ESSAY pp. 364-367 Downloads
Jonathan Butcher
RESPONSE TO JONATHAN BUTCHER'S ESSAY pp. 367-371 Downloads
Crystal FitzSimons
Cradle to Kindergarten: A New Plan to Combat Inequality, Second Edition, by Ajay Chaudry, Taryn Morrissey, Christina Weiland, and Hirokazu Yoshikawa, New York, NY: The Russel Sage Foundation, 2021, 284 pp., $29.95 paperback pp. 372-375 Downloads
Justin A. Hiltz
The Global Rise of the Modern Plug‐In Electric Vehicle: Public Policy, Innovation and Strategy by John D. Graham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021, 489 pp., $157.50 (Elgar online) pp. 375-380 Downloads
Bradley W. Lane
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