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Evidence Building Project Series

Component ID: #ti1618744145

Outcomes Under the Post-9/11 GI Bill

Aim: To analyze the Post-9/11 GI Bill return on investment in comparison to other GI Bill and veteran benefit programs.

Experimental Estimates of the Long-run Impacts of Welfare Reform on Participants and Children

Aim: To extend the evidence on welfare policies by examining the long-run impacts of unusually rigorous randomized evaluations conducted by MDRC in the 1990s.

Labor Market Outcomes and Socio-Economic Well-Being of Army Personnel and Families

Aim: To study the labor market outcomes and socio-economic well-being of Army applicants, service members and their families during and after military service.

Moving to Opportunity and Family Options Study Research

Aim: To examine a variety of outcomes for different housing interventions--such as vouchers--by linking HUD's Moving to Opportunity and Family Options Study data to administrative and survey data.

FEMA Study on Equitable and Impartial Relief Operations for the Individual Assistance (IA) Program

Aim: To compare Individual Assistance (IA) registration and eligibility for various demographic groups and to verify the accuracy of the home mortgage, insurance and functional needs data collected by FEMA.

Health at Birth and Later Life Outcomes: Evaluating the Returns to Policy-Driven Early Health Investments

Aim: To examine the socio-economic well-being of children and their mothers based on health at birth, while evaluating the policy-driven returns of health investments.

Using Multiple Discontinuities to Estimate Broad Effects of Public Need-based Aid for College

Aim: To evaluate the impacts of the Wisconsin Grant on college enrollment, employment, wages, migration, and receipt of social benefits programs.

Program Utilization by Formerly Criminalized Youth: Linking Juvenile Recidivism Data to Data Held by the U.S. Census Bureau

Aim: To identify the services that formerly criminalized youth might be eligible for, the services they do access, and any correlation of program utilization to recidivism and other outcomes such as employment, earnings, and housing stability.

Using Linked Data to Examine the Trajectories and Service Utilization of Families and Children Experiencing Homelessness

Aim: To study how families experiencing homelessness interact with various support services and compare these patterns to other low-income families in the Charlotte region.

Does Eviction Cause Poverty? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Cook County, IL

Aim: To determine the government support program costs associated with eviction and the long term effects on low-income families.

Creating a Comprehensive Income Dataset

Aim: To develop the Comprehensive Income Database (CID) that will provide an accurate and comprehensive measure of income for the U.S. population.

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