Amy Ellen Schwartz (PAIA/ECON) was a featured panelist for a congressional briefing hosted by First Focus on "Children and Families Facing Eviction" on July 19th.
The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion and its Take Back the
Streets campaign were highlighted in the Active Living By Design Healthy Neighborhood Roundup, a biweekly resource digest to inform healthy communities strategies for New York State Healthy Neighborhoods Fund grantees.
Sarah Hamersma (PAIA) presented her work, "Educational Compromises? Food Inadequacy and SNAP among Young Adults," and participated in the round table, "U.S. Social Safety Net Developments," at the APPAM International Conference in
Brussels on July 14th.
No. 203 Abstract "Let Them Eat Lunch: The Impact of Universal Free Meals on Student Performance," Amy Ellen Schwartz and Michah Rothbart. May 2017, 49pp. WP203 Full Paper
No. 202 Abstract " What are the Financial Implications of Public Quality Disclosure? Evidence from New York City’s Restaurant Food Safety Grading Policy," Rachel Meltzer, Michah W. Rothbart, Amy Ellen Schwartz, Thad Calabrese, Diana Silver, Tod Mijanovich, and Meryle Weinstein.
April 2017, 56pp. WP202 Full Paper
No. 201 Abstract "The Effect of Workplace Inspections on Worker Safety," Ling Li and Perry Singleton. February 2017, 43pp. WP201 Full Paper
Policy Brief No. 51/2016 A Roadmap For Reducing Gun Violence in America. 28th Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. Daniel Webster (October)
Policy Brief No. 50/2014 Improving Public Health Safety Nets after an Economic Recession. 26th Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. Sanjay Basu (October)
Links of Interest:•
Paul Volcker Lecture
Education Finance and Accountability Program (EFAP)
Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy
Aging Studies Institute
Energy and Environmental Policy Research Workshop
View the current CPR Connection newsletter here.
View the current CPR Research Newsletter here.
Driving Directions To CPR: • Irving Garage• Quad 1• Campus Map
Ling Li (ECON)
presented at the annual meeting of Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) this May