Reanalysis of the effects of selected employment and training programs for welfare recipients
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INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY
JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
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90 percent 95 percent confidence AFDC Recipients Ages of Children based on data ceteris paribus component control for selection data collected different from zero earnings impacts effects employment and earnings employment and training EOPP and WIN EOPP results Estimated Group Estimated estimated impacts Estimated program Impacts estimates are regression-adjusted expected value Experience Black Non-Black Group Estimated Group Group Job Search high school graduates HISPANIC impact estimates Impact Mean Impact Impacts also Included job-search assistance programs Ketron LAST JOB Mathematica Policy Research MDRC Mean Impact Mean means not available n.a. means outcome percent confidence level PROBIT MODEL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT program participation program service Quarter 9 ratios to control reanalysis receipt Recent Work Experience regression-adjusted estimates results are based sample selection bias Significantly different subgroup impacts subsidized employment Table II.2 target groups targeting strategies training programs two-tailed test welfare benefits welfare dependency welfare impacts welfare recipients WESTAT WIN MANDATORY Wolfhagen and Goldman women