Assessing regional effects of income maintenance programs
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Assessing regional effects of income maintenance programs a guide to policy analysis by Julie DaVanzo

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Published by Rand Corp. in Santa Monica .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Income maintenance programs -- United States.,
  • Economic assistance, Domestic -- United States.,
  • Regional economics.

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Edition Notes

StatementJulie DaVanzo and David H. Greenberg.
SeriesRand paper series ;, P-5254
ContributionsGreenberg, David H., joint author.
LC ClassificationsAS36 .R28 no. 5254, HC110.I5 .R28 no. 5254
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5238776M
LC Control Number75309803

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It summarizes RAND's research for the Economic Development Administration on assessing the regional effects of income maintenance programs, discusses the principal issues and problems in estimating those effects, and provides specific recommendations for future : Julie DaVanzo, David H. Greenberg. Start studying Income Maintenance Programs. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. INCOME MAINTENANCE All income maintenance programs seek to achieve income averag-ing, and they divide into two major classes. Programs designed to average one family's income for a number of years over the life-span of that family are assigned to the individual equity class. ProgramsAuthor: J. Paxton Marshall. Key Findings The budget agreement would cause considerable hardship among low-income families and individuals and is closer in key respects to the original House-passed bill than the Senate bill. Cuts in the final bill include: $16 billion over 10 years in increased Medicaid co-payments and premiums and benefit reductions; new federal mandates in the welfare area that would.

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REMI Policy Insight(Model. By. Frederick Treyz, Ph.D. and. George Treyz, Ph.D Evaluating the Regional Economic Effects of Structural Funds Programs Using the REMI Policy Insight(Model By Frederick Treyz, Ph.D., George Treyz, Ph.D. This paper presents scenarios to address major types of Structural Funds programs using the REMI macroeconomic model. Measuring the Benefits of Income Maintenance Programs 1 = the household’s income from earnings and other nontransfer In order to further simplify the analysis, we consider female-headed households with children only, thus eliminating the complication of multi- ple earners. Thus the household’s income is equal to I=wh+I: sources. ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF THE BUDGET CONFERENCE AGREEMENT ON LOW-INCOME FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS by Sharon Parrott, Edwin Park, and Robert Greenstein Some Congressional leaders are claiming that the low-income provisions in the conference agreement on the budget reconciliation bill are modest and will not harm vulnerable families. Many of the. grams as income maintenance programs. See Alma W. McMillan and Ann K. Bixby, "Social Welfare Expenditures, Fiscal Year ," Social Security Bulletin (May ). Note that Social Indicators III uses a rather peculiar definition of income maintenance programs as cash programs only. Consider first the social insurance programs.