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Volume 31, issue 4, 2012

Notes from the Editor pp. 809-809
Maureen A. Pirog
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 810-812
Maureen A. Pirog
The Effect of Media on Charitable Giving and Volunteering: Evidence from the “Give Five” Campaign pp. 813-836
Barış Yörük
Who Benefits from KIPP? pp. 837-860
Joshua Angrist, Susan Dynarski, Thomas J. Kane, Parag Pathak and Christopher R. Walters
Family Business or Social Problem? The Cost of Unreported Domestic Violence pp. 861-875
Scott Carrell and Mark Hoekstra
Brown Fades: The End of Court‐Ordered School Desegregation and the Resegregation of American Public Schools pp. 876-904
Sean F. Reardon, Elena Tej Grewal, Demetra Kalogrides and Erica Greenberg
Natalist Policies in the United States pp. 905-946
Leonard M. Lopoo and Kerri M. Raissian
Point/Counterpoint pp. 947-947
Kenneth Couch
THE ECONOMICS OF U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY pp. 948-956
Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny
THE ELUSIVE GOAL: THE QUEST FOR A CREDIBLE IMMIGRATION POLICY pp. 956-963
Vernon M. Briggs
CREDIBLE IMMIGRATION POLICY REFORM: A RESPONSE TO BRIGGS pp. 963-966
Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny
REPLY TO ORRENIUS AND ZAVODNY pp. 966-969
Vernon M. Briggs
Kids First: Five Big Ideas for Transforming Children's Lives and America's Future, by David L. Kirp, New York, NY: Public Affairs, 2011, 270 pp., $24.99, hardcover. ISBN 978‐1586489472. Providing a Sure Start: How Government Discovered Early Childhood, by Naomi Eisenstadt, Bristol, UK: The Policy Press, 2011, 178 pp., $36.95, paperback. ISBN 978‐1847427298. Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland, by Pasi Sahlberg, New York, NY: Teachers College Press, 2011, 167 pp., $34.95, paperback. ISBN 978‐0‐8077‐5257‐9 pp. 970-974
Eugene B. McGregor and Jane Waldfogel

Volume 31, issue 3, 2012

Notes from the Editor pp. 493-493
Maureen A. Pirog
Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 494-500
Maureen A. Pirog
Are Green Vehicles Worth the Extra Cost? The Case of Diesel‐Electric Hybrid Technology for Urban Delivery Vehicles pp. 501-532
Kerry Krutilla and John D. Graham
Do Carrots Work? Examining the Effectiveness of EPA's Compliance Assistance Program pp. 533-555
Sarah Stafford
Heat Waves, Droughts, and Preferences for Environmental Policy pp. 556-577
Ann Owen, Emily Conover, Julio Videras and Stephen Wu
Environmental Justice and Green‐Technology Adoption pp. 578-897
Paul Ong
OVERVIEW OF THE SCIENCE OF SCIENCE POLICY SYMPOSIUM pp. 598-600
Julia Lane and Dan Black
Subsidies for New Technologies and Knowledge Spillovers from Learning by Doing pp. 601-622
Gregory Nemet
Permanent Visas and Temporary Jobs: Evidence from Postdoctoral Participation of Foreign PhDs in the United States pp. 623-640
Xiaohuan Lan
Does Targeted, Disease‐Specific Public Research Funding Influence Pharmaceutical Innovation? pp. 641-660
Margaret Blume-Kohout
Growing Stem Cells: The Impact of Federal Funding Policy on the U.S. Scientific Frontier pp. 661-705
Jeffrey L. Furman, Fiona Murray and Scott Stern
Point/Counterpoint pp. 706-707
Kenneth Couch, Julia Lane and Dan Black
STEM CELLS, SCIENCE, AND PUBLIC REASONING pp. 707-714
J. Benjamin Hurlbut and Jason Scott Robert
Expand and Regularize Federal Funding for Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research pp. 714-722
Jason Owen‐Smith, Christopher Thomas Scott and Jennifer B. McCormick
GOOD GOVERNANCE CONNECTS SCIENCE AND SOCIETY pp. 722-726
J. Benjamin Hurlbut and Jason Scott Robert
DEMOCRACY IS WORKING pp. 726-729
Jason Owen‐Smith, Christopher Thomas Scott and Jennifer B. McCormick
Can Nonexperimental Estimates Replicate Estimates Based on Random Assignment in Evaluations of School Choice? A Within‐Study Comparison pp. 729-751
Kenneth Couch and Robert Bifulco
Innovation Inducement Prizes: Connecting Research to Policy pp. 752-776
Douglas J. Besharov and Heidi Williams

Volume 31, issue 2, 2012

Introduction to the Research Articles pp. 197-202
Maureen A. Pirog
Education and Poverty: Confronting the Evidence pp. 203-227
Helen Ladd
The Effects of Building Strong Families: A Healthy Marriage and Relationship Skills Education Program for Unmarried Parents pp. 228-252
Robert G. Wood, Sheena McConnell, Quinn Moore, Andrew Clarkwest and JoAnn Hsueh
Medicare Part D and Its Effect on the Use of Prescription Drugs and Use of Other Health Care Services of the Elderly pp. 253-279
Robert Kaestner and Nasreen Khan
Three Strategies to Prevent Unintended Pregnancy pp. 280-311
Adam Thomas
Junk Food in Schools and Childhood Obesity pp. 312-337
Ashlesha Datar and Nancy Nicosia
Is There an Association Between Gasoline Prices and Physical Activity? Evidence from American Time Use Data pp. 338-366
Bisakha Sen
The Impact of Federal Preemption of State Antipredatory Lending Laws on the Foreclosure Crisis pp. 367-387
Lei Ding, Roberto G. Quercia, Carolina K. Reid and Alan M. White
The Effect of Requiring Private Employers to Extend Health Benefit Eligibility to Same‐Sex Partners of Employees: Evidence from California pp. 388-403
Thomas Buchmueller and Christopher S. Carpenter
Reducing Environmental Risks by Information Disclosure: Evidence in Residential Lead Paint Disclosure Rule pp. 404-431
Hyunhoe Bae
Survey‐Based Measurement of Public Management and Policy Networks pp. 432-452
Adam Douglas Henry, Mark Lubell and Michael McCoy
Point/Counterpoint pp. 453-453
Kenneth Couch
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE: TIME FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE pp. 454-461
Richard Burkhauser and Mary Daly
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE: ESSENTIAL PROTECTION WHEN WORK INCAPACITY STRIKES pp. 461-469
Virginia P. Reno and Lisa D. Ekman
RESPONSE TO VIRGINIA RENO pp. 469-471
Richard Burkhauser and Mary Daly
DISABILITY INSURANCE IS PART OF THE SOLUTION, NOT A CAUSE OF WORK DISABILITY: RESPONSE TO BURKHAUSER AND DALY pp. 471-474
Virginia P. Reno and Lisa D. Ekman

Volume 31, issue 1, 2012

Notes from the Editor pp. 1-1
Maureen A. Pirog
Introduction to the research articles pp. 2-5
Maureen A. Pirog
Energy demand‐side management: New perspectives for a new era pp. 6-32
Sanya Carley
A preliminary theory of dark network resilience pp. 33-62
René M. Bakker, Jörg Raab and H. Brinton Milward
The efficiency of a group‐specific mandated benefit revisited: The effect of infertility mandates pp. 63-92
Joanna Lahey
Research frontiers in comparative policy analysis: An introduction pp. 93-93
Aseem Prakash and Matthew Potoski
Labor market policy: A comparative view on the costs and benefits of labor market flexibility pp. 94-110
Lawrence Kahn
The challenge of urban policy pp. 111-122
Edward L. Glaeser
Voluntary environmental programs: A comparative perspective pp. 123-138
Aseem Prakash and Matthew Potoski
Long‐term care: Common issues and unknowns pp. 139-152
Katherine Swartz, Naoko Miake and Nadine Farag
The post‐recession employment situation: A comparative perspective pp. 153-154
Kenneth Couch
European labor market in critical times: The importance of flexicurity confirmed pp. 154-160
Sigried Caspar, Ines Hartwig and Barbara Moench
Addressing the employment situation in the aftermath of the Great Recession pp. 160-168
David Neumark and Kenneth Troske
Crisis and employment: The case of Korea pp. 169-177
Dongchul Cho and Sukha Shin
Policy responses to the recent poor performance of the U.S. labor market pp. 177-186
Robert Haveman, Carolyn Heinrich and Timothy Smeeding
A strategic and integrated labor market approach: Essential to overcome the crisis and to assist structural adjustment pp. 186-188
Sigried Caspar, Ines Hartwig and Barbara Moench
Lessons from other countries, and rethinking (slightly) unemployment insurance as social insurance against the Great Recession pp. 188-191
David Neumark and Kenneth Troske
Time to shift from macro‐ to micro‐policies pp. 191-193
Dongchul Cho and Sukha Shin
Climbing out of a deep hole: Which path up? pp. 193-195
Robert Haveman, Carolyn Heinrich and Timothy Smeeding
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