California Policy Review
The California Policy Review examines topics relevant for the public policy
community in California, including state and local government. Alternating
between three distinct series - Social Policy, Growth and Employment Policy, and
Regional Economic Outlook - the Review is written by authors from universities,
think tanks and government agencies. Each issue addresses a single subject by
exploring an emerging policy concern, distilling key research findings, or
considering the trade-offs among policy options.
The Review is available in both print and electronic (PDF) form
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The California Policy Review is published by the SPHERE Institute
and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, with generous
support from the Public Policy Institute of California.
This page contains Reviews in the Social Policy and
Growth and Employment Policy series. To view the Regional Economic
Executive Editor: Thomas MaCurdy
Production Editor: Gregory Rosston
Searching for a Crystal Ball: Forecasts and Long-range Planning
- Volume 1 Number 1, September 2001
Are California's Welfare Leavers Staying Off Public Assistance?: Welfare Recidivism and Use of Non-Cash Aid Since Welfare Reform
- Volume 1 Number 2, October 2001
Helping Families with Young Children a Closer Look at Home Visitation in California
- Volume 1 Number 3, February 2002
Moving Up? Earnings Mobility in California
- Volume 1 Number 4, April 2002
Child-Only CalWORKs Cases in San Mateo and
Santa Clara Counties
- Volume 2 Number 1, November 2002
Medi-Cal Utilization among Foster Children: Evaluating Recent California Policy Initiatives
Reversal of Fortune: Will San Francisco Suffer L.A.'s Fate?
An Alternative to Layoffs: Work Sharing Unemployment Insurance
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