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October 15, 2021

Spatial Patterns of Work, Poverty, & Safety Net Provision in the U.S.

Allard, S., & Pelletier, E. (2021). The Journal of Social Security Research.

The geography of poverty has shifted in the U.S. in recent years. Not only has poverty become more prevalent in suburbs, but high rates of poverty persist in cities and…

June 15, 2021

The Spatial Context of Food Assistance: Examining Local Food Assistance Environment in the Context of SNAP

Evans Authors: Scott W. Allard

Allard, S., Wathen, M., & Danziger, S. (2021). Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition.

We develop the concept of the local food assistance environment to examine how spatial access to different local food assistance resources might shape food assistance program participation. Using unique survey…

June 30, 2020

Initial Nonprofit Exposure and Response to Seattle’s Minimum Wage Ordinance

Evans Authors: Scott W. Allard

Allard, S., Romich, J., Buszkiewicz, J. H., Althauser, A. K., & Obara, E. E. (2020). Social Service Review.

A growing number of state and local governments have adopted minimum wage rates higher than the federal minimum in recent years. Discussion around such laws focuses primarily on the responses of for-profit firms, even though higher minimum wages pose unique challenges to nonprofit organizations. This study examined survey and in-depth interview data with nonprofit executives…

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