Patrick
Landers
  • MDRC Publications

      A Review of the Qualitative Literature

      July, 2018
      Janet Quint, Katherine M. Griffin, Jennie Kaufman, Patrick Landers

      One in five U.S. children live in poverty. This review examines how children and parents think and feel about poverty and public benefits, as well as how families discuss their economic circumstances. Children report awareness of both material deprivation and stigma.

      Applying Behavioral Insights to Increase Collections

      February, 2016
      Peter Baird, Dan Cullinan, Patrick Landers, Leigh Reardon

      Findings from tests in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, demonstrate that low-cost, low-effort behavioral interventions can improve child support payment outcomes. These tests are part of the Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self-Sufficiency project, sponsored by the federal Administration for Children and Families.

      Using Behavioral Economics to Increase Child Support Payments

      July, 2015
      Peter Baird, Leigh Reardon, Dan Cullinan, Drew McDermott, Patrick Landers

      A low-cost behavioral intervention produced a modest increase in the number of parents in Franklin County, Ohio, who made at least one child support payment over four months. This test is part of the Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self-Sufficiency project, sponsored by the federal Administration for Children and Families.

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