How Medicaid Helps the Next Generation
Tradeoff | July 16, 2021

Was Andrew Yang Right? Economic Cost of Coronavirus Builds Interest in Universal Basic
IncomeNewsweek | April 24, 2020

Bay Area’s poor bear brunt of shutdown
The San Francisco Chronicle | April 12, 2020

How to Break the Poverty Cycle
​The New York Times | November 22, 2019

The Bell Curve is about policy. And it’s wrong.
Vox Media | April 10, 2018

Your Mom’s Health Insurance Could Help Your Kids
Bloomberg News | September 29, 2017

The Benefits of Early Childhood Education and Health Programs May Last Longer Than a Lifetime
The Wall Street Journal | September 25, 2017

Hutchins Roundup: Intergenerational impact of Medicaid, the Global Financial Cycle, and more
Brookings | September 21, 2017

Cash for Kids
Institute for Research on Poverty Focus Magazine| 2017

The Multi-Generational Impacts of Medicaid
The National Bureau of Economic Research | 2017

Op-Ed: GOP Health Plan Would Harm Low-Income Kids
Sacramento Bee | March 16, 2017

Six Examples of the Long-Term Benefits of Anti-Poverty Programs
The White House Blog | May 11, 2015

Despite the Statistics, We Haven’t Lost the War on Poverty (with Ann Stevens)
Time Magazine (online edition) |  January 8, 2015

War on Poverty: It’s Not a Lost Cause (with Ann Stevens)
Los Angeles Times | January 8, 2014.

Welfare reform took people off the rolls. It might have also shortened their lives
The Washington Post | June 18, 2013