Findings from the Gary Income Maintenance Experiment: Testimony Before the House Committee on Ways and Means
Publisher: Mathematica Policy Research
Oct 11, 1977
- Income supplement programs similar to those tested in Gary would result in a decline in work effort if administered on a similar population.
- The evidence suggests that families would use the payments in ways that make them less dependent in the long run.
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