open access   Volume 4, Number 3, February 2018

Table of Contents

open access   Anti-poverty Policy Innovations: New Proposals for Addressing Poverty in the United States

pp. 1-19

Part II. Employment, Education, and Family Planning

open access   Coupling a Federal Minimum Wage Hike with Public Investments to Make Work Pay and Reduce Poverty

pp. 22-43

open access   A Path to Ending Poverty by Way of Ending Unemployment: A Federal Job Guarantee

pp. 44-63

open access   Working to Reduce Poverty: A National Subsidized Employment Proposal

pp. 64-83

open access   A “Race to the Top” in Public Higher Education to Improve Education and Employment Among the Poor

pp. 84-99

open access   Postsecondary Pathways Out of Poverty: City University of New York Accelerated Study in Associate Programs and the Case for National Policy

pp. 100-117

open access   A Two-Generation Human Capital Approach to Anti-poverty Policy

pp. 118-143

open access   Could We Level the Playing Field?: Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives, Nonmarital Fertility, and Poverty in the United States

pp. 144-166

open access   Assessing the Potential Impacts of Innovative New Policy Proposals on Poverty in the United States

pp. 167-183