Publication Date

10-31-2008

DOI

10.17848/9781435684126

Abstract

This book provides a much-needed look at recent trends in income volatility and its effects on the design of and participation in the nation's food assistance programs.

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Download 1. Introduction / Dean Jolliffe and James P. Ziliak (242 KB)

Download 2. Trends in income and consumption volatility, 1970-2000 / Benjamin J. Keys (364 KB)

Download 3. Variable effects of earnings volatility on food stamp participation / Robert Moffitt and David C. Ribar (307 KB)

Download 4. Earnings volatility and the reasons for leaving the food stamp program / David C. Ribar and Marilyn Edelhoch (348 KB)

Download 5. The dynamics of food stamp receipt after welfare reform among current and former welfare recipients / Brian Cadena, Sheldon Danziger, and Kristin Seefeldt (341 KB)

Download 6. Income volatility and its implication for school lunch / Constance Newman (374 KB)

Download 7.The age gradient in food stamp program participation : does income volatility matter? / Craig Gundersen and James P. Ziliak (489 KB)

Download 8. Design of assistance programs to address real income volatility / Robin Broadway, Katherine Cuff, and Nicolas Marceau (436 KB)

Download 9. Income volatility and certification duration for WIC children / Mark A. Prell (421 KB)

ISBN

978-0-88099-336-4 (cloth); 978-0-88099-335-7 (pbk) ; 9781435684126 (ebook)

Subject Areas

UNEMPLOYMENT, DISABILITY, and INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS; Poverty and income support; Income support programs

Income Volatility and Food Assistance in the United States

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Jolliffe, Dean, and James P. Ziliak, eds. 2008. Income Volatility and Food Assistance in the United States. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9781435684126

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