After one year, CEO’s transitional jobs program generated a large but short-lived increase in employment for ex-prisoners. A subgroup of recently released prisoners showed positive effects on recidivism: They were less likely to have their parole revoked, to be convicted of a felony, and to be reincarcerated than the control group.
Building Evidence About What Works to Improve Self-Sufficiency
This working paper argues for building a stronger base of evidence in the housing-employment policy arena through an expanded use of randomized controlled trials.
Situating Child Care and Child Care Subsidy Use in the Daily Routines of Lower-Income Families
Welfare-Reliant Women’s Post-TANF Views of Work-Family Trade-offs and Marriage
The Effects of Welfare and Employment Programs on Child Care
New Experimental Evidence on Financial Work Incentives and Pre-Employment Services