2016 study in the Journal of Marriage and Family that looks at the factors that influence which married men will become stay-at-home dads.
This 2016 research roundup looks at high-cost credit and the arguments over whether payday loans help or hurt the working poor.
2016 review of the research literature on U.S. lotteries and the types of people most likely to play.
2016 literature review of academic studies and papers that looks at the minimum wage in the United States, its wider effects and policy implications.
2016 study in Public Finance Review that tries to gauge the public’s interest in new sources of revenue to fund road construction and maintenance.
2016 study in Health Affairs that looks at the effectiveness of Medicaid programs in getting enrollees, who are twice as likely to smoke as the general population, to stop using tobacco.
2015 study published in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis that looks at the economic and other benefits of community college certificates.
2016 study published in Demography that looks at how welfare reform policies aimed at getting more single mothers into the workforce affected employment among young men.
2016 study by two Harvard University researchers that looks at how housing loss, including eviction and housing condemnation, affects job loss among the working poor.
2015 working paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research that assesses how job loss, negative home equity and other types of “financial shock” influence whether homeowners default on mortgages