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SCHIP Expansion and Parental Coverage: An Evaluation of Wisconsin's BadgerCare
In the wake of the expansion of Wisconsin's public health-insurance program, this research explores the extent to which a program like Wisconsin's BadgerCare reduces the proportion of the low-income population without ...
What Does Increased Economic Inequality Imply about the Future Level and Dispersion of Human Capital?
With longitudinal data on 1,200 children, the authors consider whether the persistent increase in economic inequality among families and geographic areas has implications for the levels of educational attainment of ...
Do Newly Retired Workers in the U.S. Have Sufficient Resources to Maintain Well-Being?
This paper explores whether older adults have the resources they need beyond Social Security to maintain economic well-being after they retire. The discussion examines motivations for accumulating wealth to save for ...