Evidence for Action (E4A) funds research evaluating the population health, wellbeing, and racial equity impacts of programs, policies, and practices. What We're Learning is a repository of media pieces, research articles, presentations, reports, and other materials highlighting E4A supported research and findings. Sort by topic or resource type.
Dr. Hussien "talks about living wage ordinances that were passed in the 1990s and 2000s in cities across the United States".
The dashboard provides background information on SEED, as well as initial findings and information on how participants are using the funds they receive as part of the guaranteed income pilot.
In this piece in the New Yorker, author Linnea Feldman Emison shares background information about how the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration came to be, the research study evaluating its impacts, and initial findings from the study.
In this ABCNews piece, Meghan Keneally highlights how those participating in the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration, a guaranteed basic income pilot, use the funds.
In a study evaluating matched Individual Development Account (IDA) initiatives no significant, long-term effects in their mental or physical health, as compared to controls, potentially because the matching amount was relatively small. Further evaluation is needed.