ReWORKing Welfare Technical Assistance for States and Localities. References and Further Reading

03/01/1997

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Brock, Thomas, and Derede Samuel. 1995. "Two-Year JOBS Participation Rates for AFDC Applicants and Recipients in Columbus, Ohio." Memo prepared for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Burghardt, John, Anu Rangarajan, Anne Gordon, and Ellen Kisker. 1992. Evaluation of the Minority Female Single Parent Demonstration: Volume I: Summary Report. Prepared by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. New York: The Rockefeller Foundation.

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Cave, George, Fred Doolittle, Hans Bos, and Cyril Toussaint. 1993. JOBSTART: Final Report on a Program for School Dropouts. New York: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation.

County of Riverside GAIN Program. 1994. JOBS Program: Transferability Package for High Output Job Placement Results. Riverside, Calif.: Department of Public Social Services.

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Institute for Family Self-Sufficiency. 1994. Managing JOBS Caseloads. Washington, D.C.: American Public Welfare Association.

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Knox, Virginia W., Amy Brown, and Winston Lin. 1995. MFIP: An Early Report on Minnesota's Approach to Welfare Reform: The Minnesota Family Investment Program. New York: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation.

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Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation Board of Directors. 1980. Summary and Findings of the National Supported Work Demonstration. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger.

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Pavetti, LaDonna A. 1992. "The Dynamics of Welfare and Work: Exploring the Process by Which Young Women Work Their Way Off Welfare." Paper presented at the 1992 Annual Research Conference of the Association for Public Policy and Management, Denver, Colorado.

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Weissman, Evan. 1997. Changing to a Work First Strategy: Lessons from Los Angeles County's GAIN program for Welfare Recipients. ReWORKing Welfare: Technical Assistance for States and Localities. New York: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation.

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