Analysis of poverty and the provision of social assistance
Most people, including many economists, are not aware of the great variety of crucial tasks and invaluable analyses undertaken by government economists. This three-volume set will fill that gap with an all-encompassing overview of the major economics-related work the government performs across all of its agencies and offices. With 45 chapters written by 61 leading experts, the work covers every major topic in government economics, including such diverse areas as monetary policy, defense spending, social assistance, international trade, antitrust, and environmental protection. In addition to entries by those who teach economics, the compendium also features candid observations from government insiders to help readers grasp how things really work. But readers will not only gain insight into specific fields and topics, they will also be able to better understand the big picture and how its pieces fit together. This unique and far-reaching set often challenges conventional wisdom even as it presents a novel synthesis of the government's research, analysis—and actions.
Yaya, M. E., & Hoover, G. (2014). Analysis of poverty and the provision of social assistance. In S. Payson (Ed.), Public economics in the United States: How the federal government analyzes and influences the economy (pp. 239–262). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger/ABC-CLIO.
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