Does the Welfare State Help the Poor?
Social Philosophy and Policy 2002 Winter; 19(1): 36-54
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A Measure of Help for the Working Poor: A Study of the Effects of the Minimum Wage on Welfare Enrollment in the United States, 1990-2011 Mack, Rachel (Georgetown University, 2014)This paper examines the relationship between minimum wages and welfare enrollment in the United States. Much research has been done on correlations between minimum wages and unemployment rates and some on associations ...
Building Assets, Building Futures: Does receiving the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) help poor single mothers build assets for the future? Wagner, Stephanie (2007-04-17)The Earned Income Tax Credit (ETIC) is a refundable tax credit given to low-income workers in amounts that vary by marital status, number of children, and income level. It is considered one of the most successful anti-poverty ...