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welfare and nonwelfare poor in New York City

welfare and nonwelfare poor in New York City

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Published by New York City Rand Institute in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • New York.
    • Subjects:
    • Welfare recipients -- New York (State) -- New York.,
    • Poor -- New York (State) -- New York.,
    • Public welfare -- New York (State) -- New York.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid M. De Ferranti ... [et al.].
      Series[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1381-NYC
      ContributionsDe Ferranti, David M., New York City-Rand Institute., New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Social Services. Office of Policy Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS36 .R3 R-1381, HV99.N59 .R3 R-1381
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvii, 243 p. :
      Number of Pages243
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4944009M
      LC Control Number76371605

      Protest by the Poor: The Welfare Rights Movement in New York City. By Larry R. Jackson and William A. Johnson. (Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, Pp. $) - Volume 71 Issue 2 - Author: Michael V. Gershowitz.   Robert E. Cray, Jr., Paupers and Poor Relief in New York City and Its Rural Environs, – (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ), p. [23] Trattner, From Poor Law to Welfare.

      Since the s, when New York City placed alm children into foster homes—10 percent of the country’s entire foster care population—its child welfare agency has reduced the number. After more than 20 years of observing poverty programs up close, including nearly a decade as a player inside New York City’s welfare bureaucracy, I have slowly come to the conclusion that there is something fundamentally wrong with the way we think about helping the poor.

        The rise comes even as the city’s economy has prospered — s jobs were added in , according to the “Poverty and Progress in New York” report ­being released Tuesday.   Nearly 1 In 5 NYers Is Poor Despite Poverty Drop, Figures Show Almost a fifth of New York City residents are poor even though the poverty rate hit a pre-recession low in , a new city Author: Noah Manskar.


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Welfare and nonwelfare poor in New York City Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The welfare and nonwelfare poor in New York City. [David M De Ferranti; Rand Corporation.; New York City-Rand Institute.; New York (N.Y.). Department of Social Services. Office of Policy Research.;]. Presents new evidence on New York City's low income population and three component groups--welfare recipients, eligible nonrecipients, and the near poor.

With data from a survey of 18, city households and specially commissioned Census tabulations, the authors analyze the sizes and characteristics of each group incovering basic demographic descriptors, income sources, Cited by: 2. Welfare and income in New York City.

[New York] Center for New York City Affairs, New School for Social Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Blanche Bernstein; Center for New York City Affairs. Protest by the poor: the welfare rights movement in New York City.

Lexington, Mass., Lexington Books [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. The ‐page report was published by the Rand Corporation as “The Welfare and Nonwelfare Poor in New York City.” It was written by David M. De Ferranti, of Rand. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jackson, Larry R.

Protest by the poor. New York, N.Y.: New York City Rand Institute, [] (OCoLC) The Mole People: Life in the Tunnels Beneath New York City, by Jennifer Toth.

A hidden truth: Thousands of people live in the subway, railroad, and sewage tunnels that form the bowels of New York City. If you come from the city (as the writer of this blog does) this is. Adults 18 to 59 Years Old in New York have a Poverty Rate of %. Adults 60 to 74 Years Old in New York have a Poverty Rate of %.

75 to 84 Years Old in New York have a Poverty Rate of %. Over 85 Years Old in New York have a Poverty Rate of %. Poverty in NYC. NYC Opportunity is committed to the use of data and evidence in formulating poverty reduction policies. Within NYC Opportunity, the Poverty Research Team generates the alternative poverty measure for New York City, a keystone in innovative, rigorous data analysis.

New York City's welfare families actually, receive cash and services that lift most of them well above the poverty level, leaving only 10 to 20 percent below that standard, a Federally financed. Table shows New York City poverty rates, near poverty rates, and NYCgov thresholds for to It also includes comparable data from the official U.S.

poverty rate for New York City. The first section of this chapter provides a context for our findings, beginning with a. Part 1: New York City’s turnaround on poverty.

In America’s biggest cities, more and more Americans are now living in poverty. From tothe poverty rate in America’s 20 largest cities grew by 36 percent, to an average of percent. Nationally, the poverty rate has risen too, from percent in to percent in The New York City Government Poverty Measure is released annually by the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity.

The measure is a more realistic metric than the official poverty measure released by the federal government and one that provides a detailed description of the nature of poverty in New York City.

Income guarantees and the working poor in New York City: the effect of income maintenance programs on the hours of work of male family heads by David H Greenberg (Book) 3 editions published in in English and held by 96 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

See our Tenement Talk on Poverty in Past and Present New blog post on poverty and women's paid employment. Read about the Great Migration Read about the history of inequality in New York City Read about "The Legacy of Racism in Child Welfare" See a discussion of The Poor Among Us.

Welfare Reform and New York City’s Low-Income Population I. Introduction he goal of this paper is to evaluate the effects of welfare reform on the economic well-being of low-income families in New York City. To do so, it is important to examine changes in both the social safety net and the income and earnings of vulnerable households and Cited by: 5.

Mike Bloomberg on Welfare & Poverty: Mayor of New York City (Independent): Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Mike Bloomberg on other issues. Expand the earned income tax credit to raise real wages.

(Dec ) Count poverty based on all costs, minus welfare assistance. (Dec ). Low-Income Populations In New York City: Economic Trends and Social Welfare ProgramsUnited Way of New York City, AprilTable 5. The Green Book, Committee on Ways and Means U.S. House of Representatives, WMCP, includes a whole new section, Appendix L, just summarizing the major new welfare reform monitoring efforts.

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Poverty in New York. Poverty Rate Data - Information about poor and low income residents, maps, summary graphs and more. In turn, New York State requires the city to pay 25 per cent of these welfare expenditures and 50 per cent for programs for single adults, childless couples and the working poor.

Far-reaching study by NYC HRA and Rand Inst shows that 95% of NYC newcomers have not sought welfare help in their 1st 2 yrs even though many were eligible; study estimates that.

Representative Bingham predicted the delays would prevent the bulk of the city's estimatednonwelfare poor from entering the pro gram until next year at the earliest. City welfare.