Associate professor Luke Shaefer was cited in a Financial Times article, “Are 12 million Americans living on less than $2 a day?”.
Associate professor Luke Shaefer co-authored an article, “The Truth About Food Stamps” for The New Republic.
Assistant professor Luke Shaefer was cited in a New York Times op-ed about poverty and welfare.
Luke Shaefer's report on unemployment was cited in "Fewer Michiganders received unemployment benefits under scaled-back program, report says " from MLive.
Assistant Professor Luke Shaefer is a new member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. New members are nominated by current Academy members in recognition of their significant and ongoing professional contributions to the field of social insurance. The National Academy of Social Insurance is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization made up of the nation’s leading experts on social insurance. Its mission is to advance solutions to challenges facing the nation by increasing public understanding of how social insurance contributes to economic security.
Assistant Professor Luke Shaefer's op-ed on food stamps is published in the Bangor Daily News.
Assistant Professor Luke Shaefer discusses poverty and the job market with the Wall Street Journal.
Assistant Professor Luke Shaefer's research on poverty was cited in several major media outlets this week including:
Assistant Professor Luke Shaefer was interviewed by the World Socialist Web Site about his study “Rising Extreme Poverty in the United States and the Response of Federal Means-Tested Transfer Programs.”
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