Welfare Reform, 1996-2000: Is There a Safety Net?

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Welfare Reform, 1996-2000
Is There a Safety Net?

EDITED BY John E. Hansan AND Robert Morris

Foreword by C. Patrick Babcock

AUBURN HOUSE Westport, Connecticut · London

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  • Title Page iii
  • Publication/Copyright Page iv
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Conclusion 10
  • References 12
  • Chapter 2 - Work in America: Ethic or Mania? 13
  • Notes 16
  • Chapter 3 - The Work--Welfare Conundrum: Some Autobiographical Reflections 19
  • References 25
  • Chapter 4 - Welfare Reform and the Low- Wage Labor Market: Employment, Wages, and Wage Policies 27
  • Conclusion 44
  • Data Appendix 45
  • Endnotes Page 46
  • References 47
  • Chapter 5 - The Employment Experiences and Potential Earnings of Welfare Recipients 51
  • Conclusion 71
  • Notes 72
  • References 72
  • Chapter 6 - Toward a New Generation of Community Jobs Programs 75
  • Introduction 75
  • References 97
  • Chapter 7 - Teaching Work: Vocational Education, Workforce Preparation, and the Future of Welfare Reform 99
  • Introduction 99
  • Notes 129
  • References 141
  • Chapter 8 - The Role of Management in Welfare Reform 145
  • Conclusion 150
  • Chapter 9 - How Safe Is the Safety Net for Poor Children? 151
  • References 172
  • Chapter 10 - Initial Returns Show Welfare Devolution Failing 175
  • Conclusion 193
  • Notes 194
  • References 194
  • Chapter 11 - Welfare Reform: Next Steps 197
  • Appendix Participants in the Welfare-To-Work Symposium, November 21-22, 1997 207
  • Index 209
  • About the Contributors 215
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