How the La Follette School of Public Affairs examines the ways that government policies and programs shape individual and family well-being.
How does poverty shape life chances? What explains the rise in income inequality in recent decades?
Allowances: Incidence in the US and Relationship to Financial Capability in Young Adulthood
Poverty, work, and welfare: Cutting the Gordian knot
The Effects of Need-Based Financial Aid on Employment and Earnings: Experimental Evidence from the Fund for Wisconsin Scholars
Experiential financial education: A field study of my classroom economy in elementary schools
2023 Kohl Competition winners announcedMarch 21, 2023
La Follette remembers Rebecca BlankMarch 16, 2023
Reschovsky report addresses property tax/school funding dilemmaFebruary 17, 2023
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