legislation, 6–7, 222, 223–224, 232, 233–241, 246, 247, 255–257, 266–267, 268, 271–274

criminal penalties for breeches, 238–239, 254–256, 263, 268, 274

linkage of data and, 216–217, 220, 222–223

organizational factors, 243–254, 258–259, 262–264, 265, 266, 267–268

Institutional Review Boards, 88, 92, 125, 236–237, 266–267

private contract researchers, 239, 241, 243–254

socially sensitive data, 221, 230–231

standards, 233–237, 243–258

state government role, 6–7, 222–223, 238–258, 267–268, 271–274

statistical analyses, 224–225, 255, 258–262, 267

tax records, 304, 305

technical assistance, 256–257, 267

cost factors, 199, 200, 201, 278

confidentiality, 222, 258, 263, 273–274

criminal records, 206, 238–239, 255–256, 263

death certificates, 327, 328

defined, 197, 224–225

eligibility, general, 220–274, 304, 305, 504

children, 318, 321, 323, 324–325, 326, 329, 331

linkage, 216–217, 220, 222–223

employment, 6, 7, 69, 228, 239, 275–279, 287–288, 289, 290–315, 400– 403, 406–408, 422–441 (passim), 505

Job Training Partnership Act, 246, 278, 291, 295–302, 310–312

leaver studies, 389, 394, 400–408, 412–413, 415, 416–443 (passim), 448, 453–463, 464, 468

survey data vs administrative data, 6, 275–279, 287–288, 289, 295–303, 311

unemployment insurance records, 7, 69, 132, 203, 225, 249, 276(n.3), 277, 278, 287, 290–312, 403, 406–408, 413, 417–422, 431–431, 442–445, 451, 462

families and households, general, 278, 317, 319, 320, 400, 473

food stamps, 283

child well-being, 318, 320, 324, 331, 343

cleaning and matching of data, 197, 203, 225, 226–227, 409

confidentiality, 225, 226–227, 240, 249

leaver studies, 401–402, 409, 432–435, 445, 446, 448–449, 450, 463

funding, 207, 236, 242, 246

gender factors,

caseload heterogeneity, 473, 474, 478, 481, 482–499

data matching, 204, 212

linking, 25, 210, 212, 216, 229

geographic factors,

cleaning of data, 202–203, 212

confidentiality, 228, 261

juvenile justice system, 342

linkage of data, 207, 212, 216

incentives, survey data vs, 277

income and earnings, 7, 275, 329

caseload heterogeneity, 474, 478–479, 486, 488, 489, 492–496 (passim)

leaver studies, 389, 394, 409–411, 413, 416–417, 432–436, 439, 441–450, 454–464 (passim), 468, 469, 470, 472

survey data vs administrative data, 6, 275–279, 287–288, 289, 295–303, 311

unemployment insurance records, 7, 69, 132, 203, 225, 249, 276(n.3), 277, 278, 287, 290–312, 403, 406–408, 413, 417–422, 431, 442–445, 451, 462

in-person interviews and, 4, 89

leaver studies, 389, 390–393, 395–399, 400–408, 411–443 (passim), 448, 453–463, 464, 468

AFDC data, 8–9, 249, 388(n.1), 416, 417–472 (passim)

child well-being, 324, 331

employment and income, 389, 394, 400–408, 412–413, 415, 416–443 (passim), 448, 453–463, 464, 468

food stamps, 401–402, 409, 432–435, 445, 446, 448–449, 450, 463



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