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Adhvaryu on how promoting worker welfare contributes to profitability in India's garment industry

Murphy says suburban communities that declined in the 1960s fared better than those declining since the Great Recession

Levy et al find state budget gains outweigh Medicaid expansion costs in Michigan

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Live coverage of former Census director on crucial issues surrounding Census 2020. TODAY 2 pm.

PDHP invites applications for Faculty Small Grants in support of population science

ISR seeking applicants for new Community Guides program

PRB policy communication training for pre-docs extends application deadline to March 12

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Mon, April 2, 2018, noon: Sean Reardon on Educational Inequality

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Miller et al. find benefits of Medicaid for pregnant mothers in 1980s carry over two generations

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"'Medicaid' mothers’ had healthier grandchildren" - Daily Democrat. 11/17/2017.

According to a recent paper by U-M economist Sarah Miller and colleagues Chloe East, Marianne Page, and Laura Wherry, federal expansion of Medicaid in the 1980s to more low-income pregnant mothers affected health outcomes for later generations - representing a substantial return on government investment.

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