Poster: Poster Luncheon

Saturday, November 9, 2019: 12:00 PM-1:15 PM
Plaza Building: Concourse Level, Plaza Exhibits (Sheraton Denver Downtown)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Join your fellow attendees for lunch and interact with the poster presenters along the way.  A complimentary lunch will be provided for attendees.  To obtain a ticket for your meal, simply visit one of the poster presentations or exhibitors.

Trust-based Corruption Networks: A Comparative Analysis of Two Municipal Governments
Elizabeth Perez Chiques and Oliver D. Meza, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas

Is the Private Supply of Public Goods More Efficient? Take Urban Sewage Treatment Plant As an Example
Bing Zhang, Nanjing University and Yaru Tang, Center for Environmental Management and Policy, Nanjing University

Responding to Droughts: Drivers of Innovation in the Water Sector
A.R. El-Khattabi, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Trade-Offs between Private and Social Benefits for Electricity Rate Design
Casey Canfield, Mahelet Fikru and Pranav Godse, Missouri University of Science & Technology

Enrolling Denied Disability Applicants with Reported Mental Disorders in Supported Employment: New Evidence from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Supported Employment Demonstration (SED)
David Salkever1,2, Jeffrey Taylor3, William Frey3 and Jarnee K. Riley3, (1)University of Maryland, Baltimore County, (2)Johns Hopkins University, (3)Westat

How Do Child Care Subsidy Policies Affect Access to Child Care for Young Children with Disabilities?
Molly Costanzo and Ying-Chun Lin, University of Wisconsin, Madison

How Much Do We Really Know about Drug Overdose Deaths? Correlates of Incomplete Toxicology Reporting in the United States, 2010-2016
Katherine Tote1, Heather Bradley2, Erika Martin1, Recai Yucel1 and Eli Rosenberg1, (1)State University of New York at Albany, (2)Georgia State University

Extending Environmental Justice Research to Religious Groups
Heather Campbell, Claremont Graduate University and Sumaia Al-kohlani, UAE University

Science Philanthropy and Science Policy: A Case of Donor Funded Research Centers
Emily Nwakpuda, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Visibly Homeless with Less Visible Needs: Concordance of Medicaid & HMIS Indications of Serious Mental Illness & Substance Use
David C. Seith, Jose Nova, Sujoy Chakravarty, Emmy Tiderington and Joel Cantor, Rutgers University

Introducing Place-Based Data Tools to Understand, Describe and Support Communities
Eileen Johns1, Nebahat Noyan1, Maryanne Schretzman1, Jacob Berman1, Andy Martens1 and Anustha Shrestha1,2, (1)New York City Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services, (2)Baruch College, City University of New York

The Effects of Housing Expenses on within Household Resource Allocation
Katelyn Fontaine, Kristjana Loptson and Reza Sattari, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

The Impact of Economic Shocks on Corruption
Reem Hashad, University of Illinois, Chicago

West Virginia Teachers the Opioid Epidemic: Attitudes, Behavior, and Burnout
Sara Anderson1, Jessica E. Troilo2, Frankie E. Tack2, Megan E. Mikesell2, Sloane B. Glover2 and Miles E. Payne2, (1)Tufts University, (2)West Virginia University

Effects of a Universal Child Allowance Program on Labor Supply, Earned Income, and Family Expenditure: Evidence from Taiwan
Julia Shu-Huah Wang1, Jinbao Zhang1 and Tsung-Hsi Fu2, (1)University of Hong Kong, (2)National Taiwan University

Building City-Wide Systems of Opportunity for Children: Initial Lessons from the By All Means Consortium
Jessica C. Boyle, Stanford University and Lynne Sacks, Harvard University

Who Benefits from Open Access to Advanced Placement Courses? Evidence from Wisconsin
Noah Hirschl and Christian Smith, University of Wisconsin, Madison

The Effect of E-Verify on Crime
Brandyn Churchill, Vanderbilt University, Andrew Dickinson, San Diego State University, Taylor Mackay, University of California, Irvine and Joseph Sabia, University of New Hampshire

Do Gun Buyback Programs Backfire?
D. Mark Anderson, Montana State University, Toshio Ferrazares, San Diego State University and Joseph Sabia, University of New Hampshire

Young Men, Cheap Guns, and the Crime Wave of the 1960s and 1970s
Wm. Alan Bartley and Geoffrey Williams, Transylvania University

The Impact of Dementia on Household Standard of Living: Estimates from 15 OECD Countries
Zachary Morris, Stony Brook University, State University of New York and Asghar Zaidi, Seoul National University

What Happens after You Overpay for a House
Weifeng Wu and Eric Rosenblatt, Fannie Mae

Policy Administration from the Bench: A Study of the Diffusion of Problem-Solving Courts
Samuel J. Owens and Sarah Ausmus Smith, University of Kentucky

A Community Health Center Buyback Program to Reduce the Supply of Opioids to Secondary Users
Alicia Sasser Modestino, Gary Young, Md, Noor E Alam and John Fallon, Northeastern University

Why Do School Districts Adopt Four-Day School Weeks? Financial Evidence from Missouri
J. Cameron Anglum, University of Pennsylvania; Saint Louis University

Luck of the Draw: Role of Chance in the Assignment of Medicare Readmission Penalties
Andrew Wilcock1, Jose Escarce2, Peter J. Huckfeldt3, Teryl Nuckols4, Ioana Popescu2, Sushant Joshi5 and Neeraj Sood5, (1)Harvard University, (2)University of California, Los Angeles, (3)University of Minnesota, (4)Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, (5)University of Southern California

Alcohol Ban and Crime: The Abc's of the Bihar Prohibition
Kalyani Chaudhuri1, Natasha Jha2, Mrithyunjayan Nilayamgode3 and Revathy Suryanarayana2, (1)University of California, Davis, (2)Cornell University, (3)University of Virginia

Strategies to Promote Postpartum Visit Attendance Among Medicaid Participants
Diana Rodin1, Sharon Silow-Carroll1, Caitlin Cross-Barnet2, Brigette Courtot3 and Ian Hill3, (1)Health Management Associates, (2)Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, (3)Urban Institute

The Child Opportunity Index 2.0
Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Erin Hardy, Nancy McArdle, Nick Huntington and Clemens Noelke, Brandeis University

Medicaid Beneficiaries and Medication-Assisted Treatment with Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder, July 2017-June 2018
Bo Feng1, Rekha Varghese1, Karin Johnson1, Mike Liu1, Alison Sanford1, Paul Dowell1, Ilene Harris1, Karishma Desai1 and John Wedeles2, (1)IMPAQ International, LLC, (2)The Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission

Natural Amenities and Local Government Public Goods: Substitutes or Complements?
Kristine Laura Canales, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Trends in Self-Sufficiency Among Food Pantry Clients: The Self-Sufficiency Outcomes Matrix
Erin Feichtinger1, Jodi Benenson2 and Danni Smith1, (1)Together Omaha, (2)University of Nebraska, Omaha

Community Food Conversations: Engaging Diverse Communities in Determining Policy Priorities
Pooja R. Paode, Maricopa County Food System Coalition; Arizona State University

Estimating the Impact of Early Postsecondary Opportunities on Student Outcomes: Evidence from Tennessee
Jonathon Attridge1, Madison Dell2, Amanda Klafehn2, Caroline Martin1 and Alex Monday2, (1)Tennessee Department of Education, (2)Tennessee Higher Education Commission

Analyzing Congressional Research Service Reports from the 115th Congress: Identifying Sources Informing Federal Education Policy
Jennifer B. Ayscue1, Paul G. Rubin2 and Elizabeth Uzzell1, (1)North Carolina State University, (2)University of Utah

State Economic Innovation and R&D Tax Credits
J. David Selby, Arizona State University

Income and Birth Outcomes: Examining the Mechanisms of the Earned Income Tax Credit
Muloongo Simuzingili, Virginia Commonwealth University

Developing Time Use Metrics to Inform Workforce Development Programs
Ashok Sekar, Dilge Kanoglu, Gordon Abner, Erik Funkhouser and Varun Rai, University of Texas, Austin

The Effect of Equalization Reform on Elite and Disadvantaged Elementary Schools: Evidence from the Text Mining of Social Media
Kelun Lu, Johns Hopkins University, Wei Ha, Peking University and Yiping BAI, University of Michigan

Parental Incarceration and Substance Use of Young Adult Children
Amy Mengni Yao, Yoonsook Ha, Heather Schoenfeld and Hyeouk Hahm, Boston University

Civil Conflict and Later Life Crime
Raisa Sara, Texas A&M University

Residential Segregation and Social Policy: An Analysis of Health and Well-Being Inequities
Nicole Mattocks1, Richard Smith2, Kyeongmo Kim3 and Amanda J. Lehning1, (1)University of Maryland, Baltimore County, (2)Wayne State University, (3)Virginia Commonwealth University

The Unintended Effects of Inflation on Lower Income Households
Amy Higgins, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

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