JPAM’s Closer Look
Healthcare Following Environmental Disasters: Evidence from Flint

Healthcare Following Environmental Disasters: Evidence from Flint

June 28, 2022

Using the Flint Water Crisis as a case reference, Shooshan Danagoulian and Daniel Grossman discuss their analysis of how individuals use healthcare systems following environmental disasters.

Does Temporary Mortgage Assistance for Unemployed Homeowners Reduce Longer Term Mortgage Default: An analysis of the Hardest Hit Fund Program

Does Temporary Mortgage Assistance for Unemployed Homeowners Reduce Longer Term Mortgage Default: An analysis of the Hardest Hit Fund Program

May 27, 2022

Does temporary mortgage assistance for unemployed homeowners reduce longer-term mortgage default?: An analysis of the Hardest Hit Fund Program.

High-Skilled Immigration and the Labor Market: Evidence from the H1B Visa Program

High-Skilled Immigration and the Labor Market: Evidence from the H1B Visa Program

April 28, 2022

Interview with Dr. Patrick Turner of the University of Notre Dame

Consequences of Administrative Burden for Social Safety Nets that support the Healthy Development of Children

Consequences of Administrative Burden for Social Safety Nets that support the Healthy Development of Children

January 28, 2022

Discussion with Carolyn J. Heinrich on the findings of her research paper that examines the challenges that low-income families face in accessing health and human services for their children's healthy development.

The Kids on the Bus: The Academic Consequences of Diversity-Driven School Reassignments

The Kids on the Bus: The Academic Consequences of Diversity-Driven School Reassignments

December 20, 2021

JPAM's Seth Gershenson speaks with Thurston Domina and James Carter about the consequences of diversity-driven school reassignments.

To What extent does in-person Schooling Contribute to the Spread of COVID-19: Evidence from Michigan and Washington

To What extent does in-person Schooling Contribute to the Spread of COVID-19: Evidence from Michigan and Washington

November 25, 2021

JPAM's Seth Gershenson and Scott Imberman of Michigan State University discuss the impact of in-person schooling on the spread of COVID-19.

Can precision policing reduce gun violence: Evidence from gang take downs in New York City
Positive Health Externalities of Mandating Paid Sick Leave

Positive Health Externalities of Mandating Paid Sick Leave

June 19, 2021

Paid sick leave mandates and their impacts on behaviors and outcomes.

Same-sex couples and the gains to marriage: The importance of the legal environment. A discussion of study findings

Same-sex couples and the gains to marriage: The importance of the legal environment. A discussion of study findings

April 27, 2021

Same-sex couples and the gains to marriage: The importance of the legal environment. A discussion of study findings

Nudging Early Reduces Administrative Burden: Three Field Experiments to Improve Code Enforcement

Nudging Early Reduces Administrative Burden: Three Field Experiments to Improve Code Enforcement

January 30, 2021

Using Behavioral insights (taking lessons from psychology) to improve policy and the administrative process. Simplifying bureaucratic administrative processes in ways that improve efficiency and reduce costs and ultimately improve user experiences.

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