For the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management’s (APPAM) fall research conference, “Measurement Matters: Better Data for Better Decisions.” Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin presented a research paper for the panel “Measuring the Impact of Policy Changes on Poverty in the United States.”
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