How income supplements can affect work behavior [microform] /
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At head of title: 93d Congress, 1st session. Joint Committee Print.
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pt. 1. Garfinkel, Irwin. Income transfer programs and work effort--a review.--pt. 2. Rea, Samuel A., Jr. Trade-offs between alternative income maintenance programs.--pt. 3. Cain, Glen G. and Watts, Harold W. An examination of recent cross-sectional evidence on labor force response to income maintenance legislation.
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- Labor supply--United States--Effect of income maintenance programs on
Public welfare--United States
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