Session: Workers, Wages and Safety Net (Society for Social Work and Research 26th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Racial, Social, and Political Justice)

351 Workers, Wages and Safety Net

Sunday, January 16, 2022: 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Supreme Court, ML 4 (Marriott Marquis Washington, DC)
Cluster: Inequality, Poverty, and Social Welfare Policy
* noted as presenting author
Can Workers and Their Families Live on a Living Wage?
Rafael Engel, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Sandra Wexler, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Soobin Kim, MSW, University of Pittsburgh
Child Care Subsidy Policy and Child Health
Jaeseung Kim, PhD, University of South Carolina; Yoonsook Ha, PhD, MSSW, Boston University
Examining How Raises Affect Public Benefits Access for Lower Wage Workers in the Era of the Fight for $15
Kess Ballentine, MA, MSW, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Sara Goodkind, PhD, MSW, University of Pittsburgh; Jeffrey Shook, PhD, JD, University of Pittsburgh; Ellyana Gomez, University of Pittsburgh; Nina Patel, University of Pittsburgh
Administrative Burdens, Transitions to Adulthood, and the EITC in Multigenerational Low-Income Households
Dylan Bellisle, MSW, University of Chicago; Marci Ybarra, PhD, University of Chicago
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