Bibliography of Seattle-Denver Income Maintenance Experiment (SIME/DIME)

  1. Overview of the Seattle-Denver income maintenance experiment final report. 1983. vii, 28 pp. Office of Income Security Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

  2. Stanford Research Institute and Mathematica Policy Research. Summary report: Seattle-Denver income maintenance experiment-Midexperimental labor supply results and a generalization to the national population. 1978. xv, 54 pp.

  3. Avrin, Marcy. The impact of income maintenance on the utilization of subsidized housing. 1978. 42 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 54.

  4. Benus, Jacob, Halsey, Harlan I., and Spiegelman, Robert G. The Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments' counseling program and its utilization. 1979. x, 73 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 67.

  5. Christophersen, Gary. The administration of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1976. 34 pp. Mathematica. Mathematica policy analysis series No.2.

  6. Conlisk, J. and Kurz, M. The assignment model of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1972. 32 pp., A-3-A70. Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 15.

  7. Cronkite, Ruth C. Determinants and changes in normative preferences of spouses. 1977. 79 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research Memorandum 30.

  8. Cronkite, Ruth C. Homogamy, normative consensus, and marital adjustment. 1977. 47 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 31.

  9. Devaney, Barbara and Sukhatme, Manika. An analysis of the impact of a negative income tax on the time allocation of women. 9-15-1978. Mathematica Policy Research.

  10. Felder, Henry E., Hall, Arden, and Weiss, Yoram. The impact of income maintenance and manpower subsidies on the decision to invest in human capital: Interim results. 1978. ix, 51. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 34.

  11. Hall, Arden. The determinants of participation of single-headed families in the AFDC program. 1976. 39 pp., Appendix. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 32.

  12. Hall, Arden and Weiner, Samuel. The supply of day care services in Denver and Seattle. 1977. viii, [101 pp.], Appendices. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Resesarch Institue. Research memorandum 33.

  13. Halsey, Harlan. Estimation of control group tax functions for the SIME/DIME labor supply model. 1977. 23 pp. Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum No. 29.

  14. Halsey, Harlan, Kurz, Mordecai, Spiegelman, Robert, and Waksberg, Arlene. The reporting of income to welfare: A study in the accuracy of income reporting. 1977. 39 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 42.

  15. Halsey, Harlan I. AFDC, food stamp, and public housing taxes in Seattle and Denver in 1970-71. 1978. xxii, 72 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 52.

  16. Halsey, Harlan I. The effective federal income tax: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. ix, 56 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 55.

  17. Hannan, Michael, Tuma, Nancy, and Groeneveld, Lyle P. The impact of income maintenance on the making and breaking of marital unions: Interim report. 1976. 151 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 28.

  18. Hannan, Michael T., Tuma, Nancy Brandon, and Groeneveld, Lyle P. A model of the effect of income maintenance on rates of marital dissolution: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1977. 51 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 44.

  19. Hannan, Michael T., Tuma, Nancy Brandon, and Groeneveld, Lyle P. The effects of negative income tax programs on marital stability: A summary and discussion of results from the Seattle/Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. iv, 32 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 56.

  20. Hannan, Michael T., Tuma, Nancy Brandon, and Groeneveld, Lyle P. Income and independence effects on marital dissolution: Results from the first three years of SIME/DIME. 1979. vi, 51 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 63.

  21. Hurd, Michael. The estimation of nonlinear labor supply functions with taxes from a truncated sample. 1976. 69 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 36.

  22. Hurd, Michael. The welfare implications of the unemployment rate. 1976. 37 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 37.

  23. Johnson, Terry R. and Pencavel, John H. Utility-based hours of work functions for husbands, wives, and single females estimated from Seattle-Denver experimental Data. 1980. v, 60 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 71.

  24. Keeley, Michael C., Robins, Philip K., Spiegelman, Robert G., and West, Richard W. The estimation of labor supply models using experimental data: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1976. 51 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 29.

  25. Keeley, Michael C., Robins, Philip K., Spiegelman, Robert G., and West, Richard W. The labor supply effects and cost of alternative negative income tax programs: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. Part II: National predictions using the labor supply response function. 1977. 44 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 39.

  26. Keeley, Michael C. The impact of income maintenance on geographical mobility: Preliminary analysis and empirical results from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1977. vii, 49 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 47.

  27. Keeley, Michael C., Robins, Philip K., Spiegelman, Robert G., and West, Richard W. An interim report on the work effort effects and costs of a negative income tax using results of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments: A summary. 1977. 14 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 41.

  28. Keeley, Michael C., Robins, Philip K., Spiegelman, Robert G., and West, Richard W. The labor supply effects and cost of alternative negative income tax programs: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. Part I: The labor supply response function. 1977. 36 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 38.

  29. Keeley, Michael C. The impact of income maintenance on fertility: Preliminary findings from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. v, 38 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 49.

  30. Keeley, Michael C. and Robins, Philip K. The design of social experiments: A critique of the Conlisk-Watts assignment model. 1978. 64 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 57.

  31. Keeley, Michael C. Taxes, transfers, and subsidies and the demand for children: The impact of alternative negative income tax programs. 1979. vi, 59 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 65.

  32. Kurz, M. and Spiegelman, R. G. The design of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1972. 29 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 18.

  33. Kurz, Mordecai, Robins, Philip, Spiegelman, Robert, West, Richard, and Halsey, Harlan. A cross sectional estimation of labor supply for families in Denver 1970. 1974. 245 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 24.

  34. Kurz, Mordecai, Robins, Philip, and Spiegelman, Robert. A study of the demand for child care by working mothers. 1975. 72 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 27.

  35. Munson, C. Eric, Robins, Philip K., and Stieger, Gary. The labor supply and child care demand of single mothers in the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1980. v, 35 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 69.

  36. Murarka, Bina A. and Spiegelman, Robert G. Sample selection in the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. vii, 111 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Technical memorandum 1.

  37. Pencavel, John H. Market work decisions and unemployment of husbands and wives in the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1980. v, 68 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 68.

  38. Robins, Philip K. and West, Richard W. Measurement errors in the estimation of home value. 1975. 33 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 26.

  39. Robins, Philip K. Job satisfaction and maintenance: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1977. v, 32 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 45.

  40. Robins, Philip K. and Tuma, Nancy Brandon. Changes in rates of entering and leaving employment under a negative income tax program: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1977. 48 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 48.

  41. Robins, Philip K. and West, Richard W. A longitudinal analysis of the labor supply response to a negative income tax program: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. ix, 66 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 59.

  42. Robins, Philip K. and West, Richard W. Participation in the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments and its effect on labor supply. 1978. iv, 46 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 53.

  43. Robins, Philip K., Tuma, Nancy Brandon, and Yaeger, K. E. Effects of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on changes in employment status. 1980. vi, 53 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 70.

  44. Robins, Philip K., West, Richard W., and Stieger, Gary L. Breakeven status and the labor supply response to an NIT program: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1980. ix, 87 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 73.

  45. Thoits, Peggy and Hannan, Michael. Income and psychological distress: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. iv, 35 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 50.

  46. Thoits, Peggy A. Income maintenance, life changes, and psychological distress: Implications for life events theory. 1979. 42 pp. Socioeconomic research center, SRI International. Research memorandum 66.

  47. Tuma, Nancy B., Cronkite, Ruth, Miller, David K., and Hannan, Michael. Measurement of unobservable variables describing families. 1974. 60 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 23.

  48. Tuma, Nancy Brandon, Groeneveld, Lyle P., and Hannan, Michael T. First dissolutions and marriages: Impacts in 24 months of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1976. 53 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 35.

  49. Tuma, Nancy Brandon, Hannan, Michael T., and Groeneveld, Lyle P. Dynamic analysis of marital stability. 1977. 59 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 58.

  50. Tuma, Nancy Brandon, Hannan, Michael T., and Groeneveld, Lyle P. Variation over time in the impact of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on the making and breaking of marriages. 1977. 47 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 43.

  51. Weiner, Samuel. Cost of compliance with federal day care standards in Seattle and Denver. 1977. 36 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, Stanford Research Institute. Research memorandum 40.

  52. West, Richard W. The rate of time preference of families in the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments. 1978. iii, 40 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 51.

  53. West, Richard W. The effects of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on the labor supply of young nonheads. 1979. v, 54 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 60.

  54. West, Richard W. A preliminary analysis of the effects of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on the choice of occupation. 1979. vii, 53 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 62.

  55. West, Richard W. The impact of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on wage rates: An interim analysis. 1979. vi, 53 pp. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International. Research memorandum 61.

  56. West, Richard W. and Stieger, Gary. The effects of the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments on alternative measures of labor supply. 1980. viii, 88 pp. Socioeconomic Research Center, SRI International. Research memorandum 72.