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Work Disincentives Hit the Near-Poor Hardest. Better Cash Assistance Could Help.

In many ways, America’s social safety net falls short of those of our liberal democratic peers, yet we have no shortage of policies intended to provide social protections. We have programs at all levels of government that offer help with family income security, child care, nutrition, health care, housing, education, unemployment, disability, and other…




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Ed Dolan

Ed Dolan

Economist, Senior Fellow at Niskanen Center, Yale Ph.D. Interests include environment, health care policy, social safety net, economic freedom.

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