This brief describes 12 interventions identified by the Employment Strategies for Low-Income Adults Evidence Review (ESER) that featured financial incentives or sanctions as their primary strategy and their impacts on employment and earnings.
Related Publications for Kelley Borradaile
Financial Incentives and Sanctions: Can They Improve Employment Outcomes for Low-Income Adults?Oct 04, 2016
Assessing the Evidence Base: Strategies That Support Employment for Low-Income AdultsAug 17, 2016
This brief presents an overview of the Employment Strategies for Low-Income Adults Evidence Review approach, describes the studies reviewed, and presents some results from the review.
The Impact of Playworks on Students’ Physical Activity by Race/Ethnicity: Findings from a Randomized Controlled Trial (Journal Article)Mar 30, 2016
The Playworks program places coaches in low-income urban schools to engage students in physical activity during recess. The purpose of this study was to estimate the impact of Playworks on students’ physical activity separately for Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, and non-Hispanic white students.
Catalog of Research: Programs for Low-Income CouplesMay 30, 2012
This catalog compiles information from 54 studies of 39 family-strengthening programs that serve low-income couples.
Catalog of Research: Programs for Low-Income FathersJun 30, 2011
This review provides summaries of impact, implementation, and descriptive studies that have examined responsible fatherhood and related family strengthening programs that target and serve low-income fathers.