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Cody Tuttle talks about how banning people with criminal records from receiving SNAP benefits affects recidivism.
"Snapping Back: Food Stamp Bans and Criminal Recidivism" by Cody Tuttle.
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***OTHER RESEARCH WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE:
“Capitalizing on Nonrandom Assignment to Treatments: A Regression-Discontinuity Evaluation of a Crime-Control Program” by Richard A. Berk and David Rauma.
“Crime and Poverty: Some Experimental Evidence From Ex-Offenders.” by Richard A. Berk, Kenneth J. Lenihan, and Peter H. Rossi.
“Transitional Aid for Released Prisoners: Evidence from the Life Experiment” by Charles D. Mallar and Craig V.D. Thornton.
“Good Jobs and Recidivism” by Kevin Schnepel.
“Local Labor Markets and Criminal Recidivism” by Crystal S. Yang.
"Does federal financial aid affect college enrollment? Evidence from drug offenders and the Higher Education Act of 1998" by Michael F. Lovenheim and Emily G. Owens.
"First-day criminal recidivism" by Ignacio Munyo and Martín A. Rossi.
"SNAP Benefits and Crime: Evidence from Changing Disbursement Schedules" by Jillian Carr & Analisa Packham.
"Does Public Assistance Reduce Recidivism?" by Crystal S. Yang.
“A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of the Impact of Public Assistance on Prisoner Recidivism.” by Jeremy Luallen, Jared Edgerton, and Deirdre Rabideau.
"Does emergency financial assistance reduce crime?" by Caroline Palmer, David Phillips, and James Sullivan.
"The Effect of Public Health Insurance on Criminal Recidivism" by Erkmen Aslim, Murat Mungan, Carlos Navarro, and Han Yu.
"No Credit For Time Served? Incarceration and Credit-Driven Crime Cycles" by Abhay Aneja and Carlos Avenancio-Leon.