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Card, David E. and ReBecca M. Blank eds., 2000, Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation.

Card, David E. and Rebecca M. Blank eds., 2000, Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation. 8+549p $19.95 ISBN-10: 0871541599 [amazon](inside)


Blank, Rebecca M. and David E. Card, 2000, "The Labor Market and Welfare Reform," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 1-19.

Hoynes, Hilary W., 2000, "The Employment, Earnings, and Income of Less Skilled Workers over the Business Cycle," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 23-71.

Bartik, Timothy J., 2000, "Displacement and Wage Effects of Welfare Reform," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 72-122.

Holzer, Harry J. and Robert J. LaLonde, 2000, "Job Change and Job Stability among Less Skilled Young Workers," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 125-59.

Gladden, Tricia and Christopher Taber, 2000, "Wage Progression among Less Skilled Workers," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 160-92.

Waldfogel, Jane and Susan E. Mayer, 2000, "Gender Differences in the Low-Wage Labor Market," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 193-232.

Currie, Janet and Aaron Yelowitz, 2000, "Health Insurance and Less Skilled Workers," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 233-61.

Dickert-Conlin, Stacy and Douglas Holtz-Eakin, 2000, "Employee-Based Versus Employer-Based Subsidies to Low-Wage Workers: A Public Finance Perspective," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 262-95.

Ellwood, David T. and Elisabeth D. Welty, 2000, "Public Service Employment and Mandatory Work: A Policy whose Time Has Come and Gone and Come Again?," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 299-372.

Blank, Rebecca M., David E. Card, and Philip K. Robins, 2000, "Financial Incentives for Increasing Work and Income among Low-Income Families," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 373-419.

Anderson, Patricia M. and Philip B. Levine, 2000, "Child Care and Mothers' Employment Decisions," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 420-62.

Butcher, Kristin F. and Luojia Hu, 2000, "Use of Means-Tested Transfer Programs by Immigrants, Their Children, and Their Chiodren's Children," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 465-506.

Moffitt, Robert A. and LaDonna A. Pavetti, 2000, "Time Limits," David E. Card and Rebecca M. Blank eds., Finding Jobs: Work and Welfare Reform, New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 507-35.



‘Contents

Contributors

Introduction: The Labor Market and Welfare Reform

Implementing the 1996 Welfare Reform Act
Key Question about Jobs, Work, and Policy
@Do Less Skilled Workers Respond Differently to Macroeconomic Cycles?
@Will the Movement of Former Welfare Recipients into the Labor Market Reduce Opportunities for Other Workers?
The Labor Market Faced by Less Skilled Workers
@Why Are Unemployment Rates of Less Skilled Workers So High?
@How Much Wage Growth Can Less Skilled Workers Expect over Time?
@How Are Labor Market Outcomes Different for Less Skilled Women and Less Skilled Men?
@Can Less Skilled Workers Obtain Health Insurance through Their Jobs?
Policies to Increase Employment and Earnings of Less Skilled Workers
@Can Subsidies - Either to Workers or to Employers - Improve Outcomes for Less Skilled Workers?
@What Can We Learn from Past Efforts to Stimulate Demand through Public Sector Employment Programs?
@Can Financial Incentives Stimulate Greater Work among Less Skilled Workers?
@How Do Child Care CostsAffect Employment?
The Impact of Welfare Reform
@How Do Immigrants and Their Children Use Work and Welfare?
@What Is the Projected Impact of TANF Benefit Time Limits on Less Skilled Workers?
What Does This Research Tell Us, and What Do We Still Need To Know?

Part 1: The Demand for Low-Wage Workers

1 The Employment, Earnings, and Income of Less Skilled Workers over the Business Cycle
2 Displacement and Wage Effects of Welfare Reform

Part 2: Wages and Job Characteristics in the Less Skilled Labor Market

3 Job Change and Job Stability among Less Skilled Young Workers
4 Wage Progression among Less Skilled Workers
5 Gender Differences in the Low-Wage Labor Market
6 Health Insurance and Less Skilled Workers
7 Employee-Based Versus Employer-Based Subsidies to Low-Wage Workers: A Public Finance Perspective

Part 3: Public Politics to Increase Employment and Earnings of Less Skilled Workers

8 Public Service Employment and Mandatory Work: A Policy whose Time Has Come and Gone and Come Again?
9 Financial Incentives for Increasing Work and Income among Low-Income Families
10 Child Care and Mothers' Employment Decisions

Part 4: The Impact of Welfare Reform

11 Use of Means-Tested Transfer Programs by Immigrants, Their Children, and Their Chiodren's Children
12 Time Limits

Index




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