Published Research, 2009-Present
- Heinrich, Carolyn, J. and Harry J. Holzer. 2011. “Improving Education and Employment
for Disadvantaged Young Men: Proven and Promising Strategies.” The Annals of The American
Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 635 (May): 163-191.
- Heinrich, Carolyn J., Meyer, Robert H. and Greg Whitten. 2010. “Supplemental Education Services under No Child Left Behind: Who Signs Up, and What Do They Gain?” Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 32 (June): 273-298.
- Heinrich, Carolyn J. 2010. “Third-Party Governance under No Child Left Behind: Accountability and Performance Management Challenges in Supplemental Educational Services Provision.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (1): 59-80.
- Lincove, Jane Arnold. 2009. “Are Markets Good for Girls? The World Bank and Neoliberal Education Reforms in Developing Countries.” The Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations 10 (1): 59-75.
- Lincove, Jane Arnold. 2009. “Determinants of Schooling for Boys and Girls in Nigeria under a Policy of Free Primary Education.” Economics of Education Review 28 (4): 474-484.
Families and Children
- Heinrich, Carolyn, J., Burkhardt, Brett and Hilary Shager. 2011. “Reducing Child Support Debt and Its Consequences: Can Forgiveness Benefit All?” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 40 (2): 755-774.
- Gordon, Rachel A. and Carolyn J. Heinrich. 2009. “The Potential of a Couples Approach to Employment Assistance: Results of a Nonexperimental Evaluation.” Review of Economics of the Household 7 (2): 133-158.
- Heinrich, Carolyn J. and John Karl Scholz (eds.). 2009. Making the Work-based Safety Net Work Better: Forward-looking Policies to Help Low-income Families. Russell Sage Foundation.
- Angel, Ronald J. and Jacqueline L. Angel. 2009. Hispanic Families at Risk. The New Economy, Work, and the Welfare State. Springer.
Juvenile and Criminal Justice
- Deitch, Michele, David Springer, et al. 2011. “A Brief Historical Overview of Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Delinquency,” in Roberts, A. R., & Springer, D. W. (Eds.). Juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice: Policies, programs, and practice. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
- Deitch, Michele. 2010. “Independent Prison Oversight Mechanisms Across the United States: A 50- State Inventory,” Pace Law Review 30: 1755.
- Deitch, Michele. 2010. “Annotated Bibliography on Independent Prison Oversight,” Pace Law Review 30: 1687.
- Deitch, Michele. 2010. “Distinguishing the Various Functions of Effective Prison Oversight,” Pace Law Review 30: 1438.
- Deitch, Michele and Michael Mushlin. 2010. “Foreword: Opening Up a Closed World: What Constitutes Effective Prison Oversight?,” Pace Law Review 30: 1383.
- Deitch, Michele. 2010. “Special Populations and the Importance of Prison Oversight,” American Journal of Criminal Law 37: 291.
- Warner, David C. 2011. “Access to Health Services for Immigrants in the USA: from the Great Society to the 2010 Health Reform Act and After.” Ethnic and Racial Studies.
- Angel, Ronald and Jacqueline Angel. 2009. Hispanic Families at Risk: The New Economy, Work and the Welfare State. Springer.
- Montez, Jennifer Karas, Jacqueline Angel and Ronald J. Angel 2009. “Employment, Marriage, and Inequality in Health Insurance for Mexican-Origin Women.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50:132-148.
- Lincove, Jane Arnold and Amanda Barczyk. 2009. “Cash and Counseling: A Model for Creating Self-directed Care Programs to Empower Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses.” Social Work in Mental Health 8 (3): 209-224.
Health and Aging
- Prickett, Kate C. and Jacqueline Angel. 2011. “The New Health Care Law: How Will Women Near Retirement Fare?” Women’s Health Issues 21 (5): 331-337.
- Angel, Jacqueline L. Angel and Stipica Mudrazija. 2011. “Raising the Retirement Age: Is it Fair for Low-Income Workers and Minorites?.” Public Policy & Aging Report 21 (2): 14-21. National Academy on an Aging Society.
- Settersten, Richard A. and Jacqueline L. Angel. 2011. Handbook of Sociology of Aging, in Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research series, (Eds). Springer.
- Angel, Jacqueline and Elena Lewis. In Press. "Living Arrangements." Encyclopedia of Health and Aging, edited by Kyriakos S. Markides. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Angel, Jacqueline. In Press. "Longitudinal Study of Aging." Encyclopedia of Health and Aging, edited by Kyriakos S. Markides. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
- Angel, Jacqueline and Lindsay Littlefield. In Press. "Hispanic Elderly." Encyclopedia of Aging. (4th ed.), edited by Linda Noelker. New York: Springer.
- Angel, Ronald, Jacqueline Angel, Carlos Díaz Venegas, and Claude Bonazzo. 2010. “Shorter Stay, Longer Life: Age at Migration and Mortality among the Older Mexican-Origin Population.” Journal of Aging and Health 22: 914-931.
- Angel, Ronald, Jacqueline Angel and Terrence Hill. 2009. “Subjective Control and Health among Mexican-origin Elders in Mexico and the United States: Structural Considerations in Comparative Research.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 64B: 390-401.
- Angel, Jacqueline L. 2009. “A Window of Vulnerability: Health Insurance and the Failure of the Male Breadwinner Model for Pre-Retirement Age Women.” Journal of Women’s Health Issues 21 (1): 6-11.
Health and Social Policy Interventions
- Heinrich, Carolyn J., Ferdinando Regalia and Michael Samson. 2011. “Impacts on Children of Cash Transfers in South Africa.” In Social Protection for Africa’s Children, Sudhanshu Handa, Stephen Devereux and Doug Webb, editors, pp. 117-146.
- Heinrich, Carolyn J. and Yeri Lopez. 2009. “Does Community Participation Produce Dividends in Social Investment Fund Projects?” World Development 37(9): 1554-1568.
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