What Works in Work-First Welfare: Designing and Managing Employment Programs in New York City
This book is a case study of how New York City's welfare-to-work programs were managed and implemented in the mid 2000s. Feldman also analyzes the unique characteristics that differentiate it from other programs in place across the country.
Feldman, Andrew R. 2011. What Works in Work-First Welfare: Designing and Managing Employment Programs in New York City. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
978-0-88099-376-0 (cloth) ; 978-0-88099-375-3 (pbk)
UNEMPLOYMENT, DISABILITY, and POVERTY; Poverty and income support; Income support programs; WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT; Employment Service and public training; Job search assistance; Public training programs