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Gennetian, Lisa A., Cynthia Miller, and Jared Smith. “Turning welfare into a work support: Six-year impacts on parents and children from the Minnesota Family Investment Program.” MDRC (2005). | Synopsis

Greenberg, Mark, Victoria Deitch and Gayle Hamilton. “Welfare-to-work program costs and benefits: A synthesis of research.” MDRC. (2009). | Synopsis


Hahn, Heather. “Findings from the Work Support Strategies evaluation: Streamlining access. Strengthening families.” Urban Institute. (2016). | Synopsis

Hamilton, Gayle, and Susan Scrivener. “Increasing employment stability and earnings for low-wage workers: Lessons from the Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) Project.” OPRE Report 19. (2012). | Synopsis

Hamilton, Gayle. “Moving people from welfare to work.” Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation 23, MDRC. (2002). | Synopsis

Hartmann, Heidi, Ariane Hegewisch, and Vicky Lovell. “An economy that puts families first.” Economic Policy Institute, EPI Briefing Paper 190 (2007). | Synopsis

Heinrich, Carolyn J. “Parents’ employment and children’s wellbeing.” The Future of Children 24, no. 1 (2014): 121-146. | Synopsis

Hendra, Richard, David H. Greenberg, Gayle Hamilton, Ari Oppenheim, Alexandra Pennington, Kelsey Schaberg, and Betsy L. Tessler. “Encouraging evidence on a sector-cocused advancement strategy: Two-year impacts from the WorkAdvance Demonstration.” (2016). | Synopsis

Hendra, Richard, Keri-Nicole Dillman, Gayle Hamilton, Erika Lundquist, Karin Martinson, Melissa Wavelet, Aaron Hill, and Sonya Williams. “How effective are different approaches aiming to increase employment retention and advancement: Final impacts for twelve models.” MDRC. (2010). | Synopsis

Huston, Aletha C., Young Eun Chang, and Lisa Gennetian. “Family and individual predictors of child care use by low-income families in different policy contexts.” Early Childhood Research Quarterly 17, no. 4 (2002): 441-469. | Synopsis


Isaacs, Julia B., Michael Katz, and David Kassabian. “Changing Policies to Streamline Access to Medicaid, SNAP, and Child Care Assistance.” (2016). | Synopsis