Long Run Impacts of Childhood Access to the Safety Net
(with Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach and Doug Almond).
Current Draft (under review).
NBER Working Paper No. w17667.
[Previously circulated under the title "Long Run Economic and Health Impacts of Participation in the Food Stamp Program"]
Experimental Evidence on Distributional Effects of Head Start
(with Marianne Bitler and Thurston Domina).
Current draft (July 2012).
Income, the Earned Income Tax Credit, and Infant Health
(with Doug Miller and David Simon). Revise and Resubmit,
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Current draft (June 2012).
Online Appendix (June 2012).
NBER Working Paper No. w18206.
NBER Bulletin on Aging and Health
UC Davis Center for Poverty Research Policy Brief
Can Constant Treatment Effects Within Subgroup Explain Heterogeneity in Welfare Reform Effects?
(with Marianne Bitler and Jonah Gelbach). Revise and Resubmit,
Review of Economics and Statitics.
Current draft (May 2010).
Tax and Transfer Policy, and Family Formation: Marriage and Cohabitation
(with Nada Eissa), December 2000.
Current Draft (Dec 2000)
Work in Progress
“Do In-Work Tax Credits Serve as a Safety Net?”
(With Marianne Bitler and Elira Kuka).
“Estimating the Health Impacts of WIC: A Regression Discontinuity Approach,”
(with Marianne Bitler, Janet Currie, and Lisa Schulkind).
“New Evidence on the Earned Income Tax Credit and Labor Supply”
(With Ankur Patel).
“The Safety Net and Child Hunger,”
(joint with Patricia Anderson, Kristin Butcher and Diane Schanzenbach).
“Living Arrangements, the Safety Net and Poverty in the Great Recession,”
(joint with Marianne Bitler).
“Rank Reversal and Implications for Quantile Treatment Effect Estimators”
(with Marianne Bitler and Jonah Gelbach).
Hilary Hoynes - Professor of Economics
University of California, Davis
1152 Social Science and Humanities Building
Davis, CA 95616
hwhoynes AT ucdavis.edu