Associate Professor Luke Shaefer was quoted in the Washington Post article, "An explosive U.N. report shows America's safety net was failing before Trump's election."
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer presented “Finding New Ways to Prevent and Alleviate Poverty in Michigan, the Nation, and the World” at the Stanford Center on Poverty & Equality.
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer wrote an op-ed in The Bridge on the consequences of Michigan Medicaid work demand.
Professor H. Luke Shaefer, Ph.D., was featured on Michigan Radio for his Poverty Solutions program.
Professor H. Luke Shaefer, Ph.D., joined Stateside Radio to discuss the issue of poverty and what the government can do to help.
Jack Lessenberry from Michigan Radio discusses Poverty Solutions latest initiatives with Associate Professor and Director of Poverty Solutions, Luke Shaefer.
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer and Poverty Solutions developed an online data map displaying poverty statistics throughout the state of Michigan. The map is highlighted in the following media:
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer's research was cited in the Slate article, "Democrats Have a Bill That Would Halve the Child Poverty Rate. It Likely Costs Less Than Trump's Tax Cut" and the Vox article, "Senate Democrats have a plan that would cut child poverty nearly in half."
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer was cited in the Vox article, "The latest Obamacare repeal bill is modeled after welfare reform. That was a failure."
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer was cited in the Vox article, “A basic income really could end poverty forever: But to become a reality, it needs to get detailed and stop being oversold”.
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