PURPOSE AND DESIGN OF THE RURAL INCOME MAINTENANCE EXPERIMENT
D. Lee Bawden and
William S. Harrar
No 283796, 1977 AAEA-WAEA Joint Meeting, July 31-August 3, San Diego, California from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
The Rural Income Maintenance Experiment was the second of four major experiments to test the behavioral consequences of a universal income-conditioned cash transfer program. It followed closely its predecessor, the New Jersey Income Maintenance Experiment, in objectives and design. Of the four experiments, its principal uniqueness is that it is the only one focusing on the rural sector (farmers and those in towns of less than 2500).
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