Unintended consequences?: Welfare reform and the working poor
Witte, Ann D.;
National Bureau of Economic Research
||A longitudinal study of the impact of the early stages of the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) on the earnings of poor working families who do not receive cash assistance, examining the relationship between PRWORA welfare reform and a federal minimum wage increase and increased funding for child care subsidies, based on longitudinal data from Florida’s Dade County
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