Michael D. King
Michael D. King
College as a Great Equalizer? Marriage and Assortative Mating Among First- and Continuing-Generation College Students
(2021) 58 (6): 2265–2289
How Marital Status and Children Affect Social Safety Net Participation
Updated Census Bureau Tool Provides More Details on Who Received Public Program Benefits in 2020
Income Sources of Older Households: 2017
This report examines older households’ sources of income, the amounts of this income, and how much each source of income contributes to total income.
More Than One in Seven Social Safety Net Recipients in 2017 Were College Graduates
Those With a High School Diploma or Less Make Up Majority of Government Assistance Recipients
Most Children Receiving SNAP Get at Least One Other Social Safety Net Benefit
Nearly a Third of Children Who Receive SNAP Participate in Two or More Additional Programs
SNAP Receipt in SIPP: Using Administrative Records to Evaluate Data Quality
We link administrative records from select states to the 2013-2019 SIPP surveys to evaluate annual and monthly SNAP receipt measurement by comparing administrative records to survey reports.
Student Debt and Its Co-Occurrence with Other Types of Debt
Using data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation, we present a descriptive accounting of student loans and their connection to other types of debt.
Student Debt Weighed Heavily on Millions Even Before Pandemic
COVID-19 Adds to Economic Hardship of Those Most Likely to Have Student Loans
What Happens When Older Adults Struggle to Make Ends Meet?
One in Six Older Americans Received Needs-Based Assistance Even Before Pandemic
Who Is Impacted by Student Loan Forgiveness and How?
Proposed Debt Forgiveness Would Make Large Dent in Student Loan and Total Unsecured Debts