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Evaluating Comprehensive State Welfare Reform

The Wisconsin Works Program

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Discusses issues involved in evaluating the new reforms, and applies those issues to the evaluation of welfare reform in Wisconsin.
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Burt S. Barnow is interim associate director for research at the Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University. Thomas Kaplan is a senior scientist at the Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Robert A. Moffitt is a professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University.


Acknowledgments Foreword Richard P. Nathan Introduction Burt S. Barnow, Thomas Kaplan, and Robert A. Moffitt I. Overview and Outcomes 1. The Next Generation of Welfare Reforms: An Assessment of the Evaluation Challenge Thomas Corbett 2. Outcomes of Interest, Evaluation, Constituencies, and the Necessary Trade-Offs Maria Cancian and Barbara Wolfe II. General Evaluation Strategies 3. Controlled Experiments in Evaluating the New Welfare Programs Glen G. Cain 4. Alernative Designs for Evaluating National Welfare Reform Robert Haveman III. The Wisconsin Works Program A. A Comprehensive Design 5. Toward a Basic Impact Evaluation of the Wisconsin Works Program Thomas Kaplan and Daniel R. Meyer B. Process and Data Issues 6. Process Analysis--The Neglected Stepchild of Evaluations: The Wisconsin Works W-2 Case Study Elisabeth Boehnen and Thomas Corbett 7. Process Evaluation of W-2: What It Is, Why It Is Useful, and How to do It Karen C. Holden and Arthur Reynolds 8. Monitoring Income for Social and Economic Development Martin H. David C. Specific Outcomes 9. Evaluating the Impacts of W-2 on Family Structure and Maternal and Child Health Gary Sandefur and Molly Martin 10. Evaluation of Child Care Services Under the Wisconsin Works Program (W-2) Karen Fox Folk and Marianne Bloch 11. Evaluating the Child Support Reforms in the Wisconsin Works Program Daniel R. Meyer, Maria Cancian, and Emma Caspar 12. Potential Effects of (W-2) on Families Who Have Very Young Children with Disabilities and Special Health Care Needs George Jesien, Caroline Hoffman, and Thomas Kaplan 13. Welfare Reform and Child Welfare Servcies: Issues of Concern and Potential Evaluation Strategies Mark E. Courtney Index